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Full text of "Annual directory of the City and County of San Francisco"

REFERENCE DEPARTMENT 



MAIN LIBRARY 

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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DIRECTORY 



OF THE CITY OF 



SAN FRANCISCO 

For 1877. 



CONTAINING — 



yetv Firms, Changes in Firms, Removals, etc., 

SiNCK THE Canvass and Publication of the Annual Dibectobt fob 1877. 



B. C VANDALL, Publisher. 



SAN FEANCISCO: 
518 CL^Y STE-EET. 

Makch 1877. 



REMOVAL. 



We wonld respectfully announce to our many patrons, and the trade generally, thu 
we have removed our ofl&ce and factory to the new four-story building, . 

No. 27 Stevenson Street, 

between First and Second. The continued popularity and rapidly increasing 

demand for the 

If EiU illEI Plil 



Necessitated more room and increased facilities for its manufacture, all of which 

we have secured in our new location, where, with the latest and 

most improved machinery, we trust to be able 

to fill all orders promptly. 



We will also carry a fall stock or 



Leai Oils, Tarnii Bmlies, Olass, eis,, 

Which we shall sell at prices to defy competition. Samples of colors and pri 
list sent free to any address on application. 



CALIPOENIA PAINT COMPAKV 
27 Stevenson Street, 



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CONTAINING 



New Firms, Changes in Firyns, Ite}n<yvals, etc., 



Since thk Canvass and Publication of the Annual Dibectory fob 1877. 



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Aaron Aaron, elk with S. Kolilberg, r. 532 

Turk 
Abadie <fe Fos (Louis Abadie and Isidore 

Fos) butchers, 1320 Dupont 
Abadie Louis (Abadie & Fos) res 1510 Dupt 
Abbott S. L., elk with Wallace Everson, 313 

Montgomery 
Abrahamson Alexander, clothing, 429 and 

307 Kearny, r. 213 Eddy 
Abrahamson Nils, saloon, 411 Sixth and 511 

Fourth, r. 411 Sixth 
Acheson & IlIcQueen (K. Acheson and 

A. W. McQueen) hop brokers and genl 

com mehts, 402 Front, rm. 10 
Acheson E. (Acheson k McQueen) r. 434 

Jessie 
Adauis Adolph (Adams <Sr Nelson) r. 801 

Greenwich 
Ader John, lodgings, 736 Pacific 
Adler Hermann, bkpr with Simon Held & 

Co.. r. 309 Powell 
Aft'olter Geo. S., compositor, r. 809 Leav 
Agard W. B., r. 311 Green 
Agio B. Mdme., hats, suits, cloaks, Parisian 

jewelry, 300 Stockton 
Ahern David, bakery, 228 First 
Ahern John, groceries, 213 Larkin 
Ahlers John D (Amandus Postel & Co.) r. 

sw. cor 22d and Valencia 
Ahrens & Tamm (changed to J. W. Tamm) 

ne. cor Second and Natoma 
Ahrens Wilken (Von Soosten & Ahrens) r. 

nw. cor Folsom and 16th 
Akin Wm., r. 858 Mission 
Alabama M. Co., Wm. H. McClintock sec, 

330 Pine, rm 5 
Albertson Joseph A., homoeopathic physi- 
cian, 34 Eddv 



Alcayaga Jose, groceries, 524 Broadway 

Alexander T. (Westover & Co.) r. 1102 
Stockton 

Alison Frank J., salesman with Braverman 
& Levy, r. 601 Stockton 

Allan Wm., asst bkpr California Cab and 
Transfer Co., r. Abbottsford House 

Allen Frank, saloon, 720 Pacific 

Allen Henry, student American Surgery and 
Dispensary, r. 411 Kearny 

Allen Wm., carptr and contractor, 407 Bran- 
nan, r. 409 Brannan 

Alpers Chas. «*: Co. (Chas. Alpers, 
Geo. B. Mowry and Wm. V. B. Ward- 
well; real estate agents, 607 Kearny 

Altshuler L., millinery, 518 Sixteenth, and 
gents furnishing goods, 1936 >i^ Mission, 
r. 518 Sixteenth 

Altvater Fred. A. (Schmidt ic Altvater) r. 
nw. cor Leavenworth and Broadway 

American Hosiery Co., The (New York) J. 
S. Webster agent, 543 Market 

American Sampson, physician, 752 Folsom 

American Surgery an<l Di!«peu- 
sary, 411 Kearny 

Amnion Bernhard von (Auimon, Caspari 
& Co.) r. 1713 Bush 

Anders A. A., bakery. 2118 Mission 

Anderson & Co. (Geo. Anderson) Oakland 
and San Francisco Express, 331 East 

Anderson & Randolph (VV. C. Eandolph) 
imprs jewelry, 101-103 Montgomery 

Anderson A. B., saloon, 7 Commercial, r. 
344 Guerrero 

Anderson Andrew, saloon, 1025 Kearny, r. 
1220 Powell 

Anderson Geo. (Anderson & Co.) r. Oak- 
land 

Anderson L. P. (Syvertsen & Anderson) r. 
214 Steuart 



Anderson L. Pet, spirit medium, r. 325% 

Bush, rm 21' 
Anderson Wm. P. (Hixson, Justi & Co.) 202 

Washington 
Andino Kicardo, jeweler with Arcenio T. 

Jardin, r. ilS Drumm 
Andrews Wm., plasterer, r. Tiger Hotel 
Angell J. C, capitalist, 215 Sansome, rm 6 
Angell Jonathan W., druggist, nw. cor First 

and Folsom, r. 317 First 
Angelo Edward J., elk Apothecaries' Hall, r. 

•202 Eighth 
Anthony Geo. W. (G. W. Anthony & Co.) 

r. Arlington House 
Anthony G. W. A' Co. (Geo. W. Anthony) 

money brokers, 102 Kearny 
Arata Louis (Pasteue & Arataj r. ss. Lociist 

bet Lagxana and Buchanan 
Archibald P. L. (P. L. Archibald & Co.) r. 

cor Tvler and Buchanan 
Archibald^. L. & Co. (P. L. Archibald and 

Adam Jeflers) livery stable, 132G Market 
Armstrong Eudolph, cooper, 72 Oregon, r. 

22 HamiDshire 
Armstrong Thos. C, propr Armstrong's Hay- 
wards Express, 1 Com, r. Haywards 
Armstrong W. W. (Hornblower & Arm- 
strong) r. 621 Eddy 
Armstrong's Haywards Express, Thos. C. 

Armstrong propr, 1 Commercial 
Ashburnei Wm., mining engineer, 240 Mont- 
gomery, rm, 8, r. 1014 Pine 
Asmus John, lab National Flour Mills, r. 

1529 Turk 
Asphaltum and Mastic Koofing Co., G52 

Market 
Athens M. Co. (Pinal Co. Arizona) B. S. 

Kellogg sec, 218 California 
Atkinson Thos. E., mining sec, 330 Pine, 

rms 1-2, r. 208 Eighteenth 
Atwill «fc West (J. F. Atwill and H. R. 

West) proprs Western Mining Agency, 

300 California, rms 8-9 
Anerbacli A, Blum (Carl M. Auerbach 

and Alfred Blum ) imps wood and willow 

ware, etc., 119-121 Front 
Auerbach Carl M. (Auerbach & Blum) r. 

1310 Larkin 
Avery Robert J., foreman with R. C. Hanson 

«fe Co., r. <)75 Mission 
Ayers Harry, saloon, nw. cor Stockton and 

Ellis, r. 251^ Stockton 

Bacelli M (M. Bacelli & Co.) r. 1524 Dupt 
Bacelli M. & Co. (M. Bacelli) bakers, 1524 

Dupont 
Bach Edmund W. (Greene & Co.) 314 

Montgomery 
Bach Isaac (May & Bach) r. 1723 Market 
Bach Louis, barber, 433 Pine 
Bacigahapi Louis (G. B. Sturla & Co.) r. 

512 Green 
Backey Frank, upholsterer with Alfred P. 

Raye, r. 11 O'Farrell pi 



Bacon Horace, depty U. S. Marshall, r. 675 

Mission 
Bacquie Henry, wines and liauors, nw. cor 

Stockton and BroadM'ay, r. 1310 Stock 
Bahr Wm. A., boots and shoes. 107 Sixth 
Bailey Augustus, bartdr with James Burke, 

r. ws. Kearny nr Broadwaj^ 
Bailey James, mining, 27 Stevenson bldg, r. 

Palace Hotel 
Baker Harry C, salesman with P. F. Nolan, 

r. 1001 Sutter 
Baker James W., bkpr with Henry C. Eger- 

ton, r. 417 Mason 
Baker Osborne F. (Baker & James) r. ss. 

Pacific bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Balcom Chas., mining sec, 15 Stevenson 



elk with D. L. Hadley, r. 



bldg 

Baldwin C. F., 
1109 Pierce 

Ball Robert C, architect, 120 Sutter, rms 
59-60, r. Oakland 

Banks T. C, capitalist, 110 California, r. 
724 California 

Banta & Smith (Levi S. Baiita and Samuel 
H. Smith) mdse brokers, 123 California, 
rm 24 

Banta Levi S. (Banta & Smith) r. 16 Stock 

Baptist Frank, caudymkr with T. C. Hoff- 
mann & Co., r. 311 Pacific 

Barnes John H., minstrel, r. 637 Howard 

Barney Alfred S., dpty Shipping Commis- 
sioner, r. sw. cor Buchanan and Jackson 

Barney Wm., groceries, 131% Ninth 

Barra Ezekiel I.j real estate agt, 106 
First, r. 4 Minna 

Baneda F. L., manager with D. de Castro & 
Co., r. Palace Hotel 

Barrett Joh^a S., com stockbroker, 326 
Pine, r. 1607 Gough 

Barry Edward S., oik auditor's dept C. P. 
R. R., r. 1611 Clay 

Barss James E., paper patterns, candies, etc., 
1507 Stockton, r. ss. Laurel av bet Bu- 
chanan and Webster 

Bartholoma John, saloon, 1017 Battery 

Baruth Henry, groceries, 1900 Mission 

Bates Morris V. (Bates, Woods & Co.) 
r. 1109 Pine 

Battersby R., mining engineer, 605 Mont- 
gomery, r. Wadsworth House 

Bauer John A., druggist, 101 Post, r. 506 Post 

Beach Julia E., asst with Anna Gettz Lucas, 
r. 743 Howard 

Bean E. F., dpty U. S. Marshall, r. 1516 
Polk 

Bear Frank V., elk with J. C. O'Neill, r. ne. 
cor. 22d and Folsom 

Beard Alfred (Whitwell & Beard) r. 205 
Montgomery av 

Beauchamp Frederick, salesman with S. 
Bine, r. 12% Sherman 

Bechtinger Joseph, physician and surgeon, 
nw. cor Kearny and Sacramento, r. se. 
cor Pacific and Mason 

Beck August, locksmith, 510 Broadway 



Becker B. A., capitalist, 612 Commercial, r. 

901 Tyler 
Beckmann & Bro. (John and Wm. Beck- 

mann) grocers, nw. cor Greenwich and 

Taylor and sw. cor Hyde and Green 
Beckmann Chas., elk with Henry Bariith, r. 

1900 Mission 
Bedell Wm., K. R. agt, 138 Montgomery, r. 

Palace Hotel 
Beliag-Iiel A. B., atty-at-law, G22 Clay, 

rm 3, r. Colma Station 
Belii'ens James, com nicht and imiD 

wines, 508% Battery, r. Bancelito 
Behrens James G., architect, 120 Sutter, r. 

Saucelito 
Behrmann Chas., groceries, nw. cor Filbert 

and Webster 
Beiso A., groceries, sw. cor 19th and Valen- 
cia 
Beinert David, boots and shoes, changed to 

J as. Buchan, 308 Sixteenth 
Bekeart Frank C, tinsmith with Freeman & 

Wrin, r. 346 Third 
Bell Geo. W., porter Mith Wm. H. McClin- 

tock, r. 1011 Pacific 
Bellemere A., mnfrg jeweler and diamond 

setter, 208 Sutter, r. 23 Kearny 
Belt Thos. W. (Shields, Belt & Co.) r. 

Brooklyn Hotel 
Bemmerer & Klein (August Bemmerer and 

August Klein) cutlers, 755 Mission 
Bemmerer August (Bemmerer & Klein) r. 

755 Mission 
Bendt Wm.. saloon, 123 Jackson, r. sw. cor 

Davis and Jackson 
Benicia Tannery (Benicia) Edward P. Dan- 

forth propr, 723 Battery 
Benjamin A. F., law and collection agency, 

408 California, r. 1505 Washington 
Bennett A Jones (Nathaniel Bennett 

and DeWitt Clinton Jones) attys-at-law, 

213-215 Sansome, rm 12 
Bennett C. D. (Bennett, Ellis & Co.) r. 

1412 Jackson 
Bennett, Ellis di Co. (C. D. Bennett, 

R. W. Ellis, Mack Webber and E. J. 

Buckley) whol drugs and com mchts, 

406 Sansome 
Bennett Nathaniel (Bennett & Jones) atty- 
at-law, 213-215 San, rm 12, r. 1218 How 
Bennett Eobert H., com mcht, 204 Clay, r. 

Oakland 
Bennison Edward, mining off, 405 Califer- 

nia, up stairs, r. Oakland 
Bent James R., r. 423 Stevenson 
Bentham Henry, com prod, 305-307 Wash- 
ington, r. Tehama bet 22d and 23d 
Bentley W., propr Victoria Dairy, Alameda, 

oft' 51 Sacramento • 
Benton Toney, actor New Olymijic Varieties, 

r. International Hotel 
BerettaG. (G. Beretta &. Co.) r. Oakland 
Beretta G. & Co. (G. Beretta and A. Gar- 

ziglia) money brokers and gen com agts, 

614 Washington 



Berges Nicholas, elk with Gustave Meyer, r. 

16 Jessie 
Bermann & Meyer (Otto Bermann and 

Lewis Meyer) agts furnishing goods, 160 

Third 
Bfl-mann Otto (Hermann & Meyer) r. 3 

Chatham pi 
Bernhard Peter D., barber with J. Wm. 

Eatz, r. 215 Prospect pi 
Bernstein Abraham, fruit and candies, 540 

Third 
Bernstein B., mufr cigars, 526 Fourth 
Berry-st Planing Mills, Cook Bros, proprs, 

I5erry nr Sixth 
Besheinen Julius, watches and jewelry, 200% 

Fourth 
Bertelson Christian, shoemkr, se. cor Fourth 

and Berrj' 
Best John B., mining, 330 Pine, rms 1-2 
Best John T., chief elk Lighthouse Engi- 
neers Ofi', r. 319 Fremont 
Bester John H.. saloon and shooting gallery, 

913 Kearny, r. 15 Varenne 
Beveridge Geo. F., elk with King & E,odgers, 

r. 1831 Howard 
Beveridge Wm. T., elk with J. A. Donovan 

& Co., r. 1831 Howard 
Biart Henry (Childs & Biart) r. 530 Valen- 
cia 
Bibbins & Co. (T. L. Bibbins) real 

estate agts, 415 Montgomery 
Bibbins, Tilton & Co., changed to Bibbins & 

Co. 
Bibbins T. L. (Bibbins & Co.) r. 1507 Leav 
Bible Trnth Depot, Chas. Montgom- 
ery prt)pr, 75 New Montgomeiy 
Bidlack Benj. A., r. 409 Branuan 
Bidlack Wm. W., physician, off and r. 407% 

Brannan 
Biedermann liOuis, oyster saloon and 

restaurant, 113 Seventh, r. 23 Clinton 
Bigelow Clias. li., blacksmith and gen 

iron worker, 316-318 Mission, r. Com- 
mercial Hotel 
Bigham «& Downer (John G. Bigham 

and P. E. Downer) groceries, wood, 

coal, hay and grain, se. cor Grove and 

Buchanan and ne. cor Buchanan and 

Hayes 
Bigham John G. (Bigham & Downer) r. 612 

Grove 
Bigne Vincent, restaurant, 412 Pine, r. 

1006% Washington 
Bine Leon (Bine & Georges) r. lOOC Geary 
Bine Salmon, fancv goods, 133 Kearny, r. 

1006 Geary 
Bingham Wm. H. (J. W. Kinsley & Co.) r. 

Lick House 
Bischoff' Diedrich (Carstensen & Bischoff) r. 

523 Jones 
Bishop Wm. C, machinist Grand Opera 

Hoiise, r. Overland House 
Black H. & Co. (Howard and Henry Black) 

shirt mnfrs, 126 Kearny 
Black Henry (H. Black & Co.) r. 2324 Mis 



Black Howard (H. Black & Co.) r. 2324 Mis 
Blach Sand G. M. Co. (Coos Co. Oregon) 

Mercer Otey sec, 215 Sansome, rm 6 
Black Samuel, tailor, 418 Hayes 
Black AVarrior M. Co. (Arizona) Wm. H. 

McCljntock sec, 330 Pine, rm 5 
Blackmar A. E. (Blackmar & Davis) r. 707 

Ellis 
Blake Maurice B., atty-at-law, 729 Mont- 
gomery, rm 1, r. 325 Seventeenth 
Blake Maurice C, judge Municipal Court, 
chambers 729 Montgomery, rm. 1, r. 325 
Seventeenth 
Blakiston John S., sailmkr, 313-315 Davis 

r. 321 Fifth 
Blanc Stewart, shoemkr, 214 Montgomery r 

009 Chestnut 
Blanchard A. F., salesman with Justinian 

Caire, r. 1614 Leavenworth 
Blaney k Scott (James Blaney and Silas 

Scott) saloon, 148 Fourth 
Blass A; Grittiii (Gasson Blass and M. 
G. Griffin) agts Bickford Family Knit- 
ting Machines and Mme. Demorest's 
Patterns. 113 Post 
Blass Gasson (Blass & Griffin) r. 44 Third 
Blass Meyer (Blass »fe Green) r. S5G Hanison 
Blattner AV. J. & Co. (Wm. J. Blattner) 

fruits and confectionerv. 302 Third 
Blattner AVm. J. (\V. J. Blattner & Co.) r. 

425 Third 
Blohme John (Blohme Bros.) r. 217 Austin 
Blood Wm. F. (Bead, Blood & Co.) 9 Drumm 
Bloomington Louis I., tailor, 131 Third 
Blossom J. M., law student with Maurice B. 

Blake, r. 16 Keed 
Bluher H,, elk with E. Trenkle, r. 318 Kear 
Blum Alfred (Auerbach & Blum) r. Ill Pow 
Boam & De Yongh (Joseph Boam and Ed- 
ward De Yongh) opticians, 832 Market 
Boam Joseph (Boam & De Yongh) r. 1003 

Capp 
Boas Judah, stock and money broker, 436 

Montgomery, r. 524 Hayes 
Boehne Frederick J., barber, r. 41 Clara 
Bogovich John & Co. (John Bogovich) oys- 
ter house. 831 Kearny 
Bogovich John (John Bogovich k Co.) r. 

408 Francisco 
Bohemian Club, 430 Pine 
Boisnet Alphonse, cabinetmkr, 221 Mission 
Bokee David M., groceries, 2108 Fillmore r 

2008 Pierce 
Boiler F. J., butcher, 12.30 Dupont, r. 430 

Greenwich 
Bollinger J. C. & Co. (J. C. Bollinger 
and D. F. Le Gaye) collectors and gen- 
eral agts, 610 Merchant 
Bolte Peter, saloon and restaurant, cor 

Chestnut and Mont, r. 210 Chestnut 
Bolts John (Horace Gates & Co.)r. 737 How- 
ard 
Bouetti Anaselmo, saloon, 310% Mont av 
Bonetti G. B., saloon, 528 Broadway, r. Com- 
mercial Hotel 



Bonzi Antonio, propr Bon Gusto Kestau 
rant, 235 Montgomery av, r. cor Powell 
and Vallejo 
Booth Thos., cigars and tobacco, 715 Davis 
Bormaun M., butcher, 1423 Devisadero 
Bosq & Bretonnel (K. Bosq & G. Bretonnel) 

lapidaries and jewelers, 328 Bush 
Bosq R. (Bosq & Bretonnel) r. 1023% Sut 
Botzbach Peter, saloon, ss. King bet Fourth 

and Fifth 
Bouche A., saloon, 807 Brannan 
Boudet Auguste, saloon, 317 Montgomery av 
Bourguignon E., salesman with F. Koenig, 

r. 1404 Powell 
Bowlefii James, books and stationery, 

se. cor Leidesdorff and Commercial, r. 

109 Fifth 
Bowman C. E., carpenter and builder, 13 

Stockton 
Boyer & Burnhau, dissolved 
Boyson Thos., physician, 14 Geary 
Brady John C, groceries, ne. cor Ivy and 

Webster 
Brady Patrick, metal roofer, 1326 Folsom 
Bradstreet J. M. & Son Co. (The) 

(Improved Mercantile Agencv) L. B. 

Hilliard supt, 230 California 
Bra<l.street J. K., rubber moldings, 609 

Mission, r. 1224 Mission 
Braghetta S. (Maggini & Braghetta) r. 522 

Broadway 
Brahanny James, vegetables, 805 Brannan 
Brandt .t Mitchell (Otto Brandt and F. H. 

A. Mitchell) groceries, ne. cor Mason 

and Market 
Brandt & Schumm (Henry Brandt and 

George Schumm) proprs Der Wecker, 

712 Montgomeiy 
Brandt Frederick, groceries, 417 Third | 

Brandt Henry, salesman with AV. Haker & 

Hinz, r. 325 Green 
Brandt Maurice, salesman with Colman 

Bros., r. 504 Grove ' 

Brandt, Schumm & Steinle, changed to 

Brandt & Schumm, 712 Slontgomery ' 
Branigan F. H., elk with M. Grogan i 

Brannan James F., oil' 23 Stevenson bide, r I 

1807 Stockton ! 

Brannan Patrick, horseshoer with Mangeot 

& Daclin, r. 510 Jessie 
Braun Fritz, painter, 19," ^ Dupont 
Brayton A. P. (Rankin, Brayton & Co.) r. 

Oakland 
Brennen Edward, driver Bay View R. R., r. 

Potrero 
Brenner M. (Rub & Brenner) r. 9 St. Mary's 

I>1 
Bretonnel G. (Bosq & Bretonnel) r. 1023% 

Sutter 
Bi-iggs Geo. W., tinsmith, plumber and gas- 
fitter, 23 Montgomery av and 613 Union, 

r. W07 Union 
Broflerick John, coffee saloon, 41 Pa- 
cific and (Hall A: Co.) r. 223 Harrison 





Brodie Jolin, canmkr with Sol. Wangenheim, 
r. es. Bryant bet 23d and 24th 

Broemmel Berthold, druggist and apothe- 
cary, se. cor Buchanan and Geary 

Brogden Samuel, toys, cutlery, fireworks, 
etc., 632 Washington, r. 634 Washington 

Bronn Theodore A. P., bkpr with Falken- 
stein & Co., r. 1713 California 

Bronson W. S., physician, 120 Sutter, rni 18, 
r. Palace Hotel 

Brooke, Parker A €o. (T. J. Brooke, 
G. W. Dowda and S. S. C. Parker) 
grain and wool brokers, 202 California 

Brooke T.J. (Brooke, Parker & Co.) r. 411 
Ellis 

Brooklyn Hotel, Shields. Belt tfe Co. proprs, 
210-212 Bush 

Brooks Henry B. (Geo. H. Tay cfc Co.) r. 
1329 Leavenworth 

Brophy James E., elk with John C. Brad}', 
r. ue. cor Ivy and Webster 

Brown Abraham B., barber with W. C. Pat- 
rick, r. se. cor Washington and Stockton 

Brown Chas. (Paul & Brown) r. 331 East 

Brown Daniel, groceries, 140 Eighth 

Brown James P. (McKay ifc Brown) r. 137 
Chestnut 

Brown John O, messenger Lighthouse dept, 
120 Sutter, r. 707 Yallejo 

Brown Joseph Chas., elk with I. Friedlauder, 
r. 534 Bush 

Bronn Theodore A. P., bkpr with Falken- 
stein & Co., r. 1713 California 

Brown Wm. J., operator American Dist. Tel. 
Co., r. 925 Market 

Browning & Heber, dissolved 

Browning August, gunsmith, locksmith and 
bellhanger, 637 Clay, r. 1500 Leav 

Brownstoite Isaac'groceries, 1000 Lar- 
kiu, r. 1002 Larkin 

Brueckner Sc Clodi (J. Bnieckuer and Louis 
C'lodi) germau news agents ;xnd book- 
sellers, 630 Sacramento 

Brueckner J. (Brueckner <i- Clodi) r. 630 
Sacramento 

Briiggeman H. j., ivory turner, iJ14 Mer- 
chant, r. 503 Union 

Brune August (Kammitter J: Bruue) r. 423 
Fell 

Brunu Jacob, bkpr with A. Ramon, r. Com- 
mercial Hotel 

Bruns Kudolph W., bkpr with Taylor it 
Brims, r. cor 21st and Valencia 

Brunswick G. M. Co. (Nevada Co. Cal.) D. 
L. Thomas sec, 419 California, rm 21 

Bryars Anuie Miss, ladies" hairdresser, 1514 
Stockton 

Buchan James, boots ami shoes, 308 Six- 
teenth 

Buskbee Spencer, bkpr with C. Jas. King of 
Wm. & Co.. r. 516 Taylor 

Bucking & Pilster (John Bucking and Henry 
Pilster) groceries, 515 Bryant, restau- 
rant, SOe^Third 

Buckley G. D., atty-at-law, 504 Washington 



Buckley E. J. (Bennett, Ellis & Co.) r. 1103 

Jackson ' 

Buckley Michael, saloon, ne. cor Tyler 

and Fillmore, and porter %vith L. & M. 

Sachs & Co., r. Geary bet Scott and 

Devisadero 
Bucknall Geo. J., dermatologist and physi- 
cian, 331 Kearny, rms 1-2, r. 811 O'Far 
Bnchi C, propr Humboldt Hall, sw. cor 

Kearny and Morton, r. Wm. Tell House 
Buffandean Eniil B., whol butcher, 

5th av. South S. F., off 74 Montgomery 

Blk, r. 1129 Turk 
Buhr Benjamin F. (Buhr & Bandy) r. 108 

McAllister 
Bullerdeck Nicholas, elk with John Tietjen, 

r. 540 Fulton 
BuUus Jabez J., poultry, 14 New Metropoli- 
tan Mkt, r. 459% Tehama 
Bultman J. H., elk with J. H. Pohlker, r. 

nw. cor Howard and 26th 
Bundschu Chas. (J. Gundlach & Co.) r. 131 

Chestnut 
Bunker Henry C. jr., bkpr with Chas. F. 

Bassett & Co., r. 115% Thirteenth 
Burbridge S. F., r. 1102 Taylor 
Burke James, saloon, 502 Broadway- 
Burke James C, butcher, 1332 Folsom, r. 

156 Clementina 
Burkhardt H. Z., stock and money brokers, 

415 Sitnsome, r. 1316 Mfi,son 
Burmeister Alex. (C. Sancken & Co.) r. nw. 

cor California and Leavenworth 
Burnham & Co. (M. P. Burnham) editors 

and proprs Commercial Advocate, 518 

Clay 
Burns John, saloon, ne. cor .^Crook and 

Townsend 
Burns Joseph T. (Obermeyer & Burns) r. 

236 Eleventh 
Bush & Webster, dissolved 
Bush E. D., gen mdse. 204 Cal, r. 417 O'Far 
Busse Louis, elk v,ith W. A. Asmussen, r. 

ne. cor Harrison and Eighth 
Bussolino Severino, shoemkr, 1503 Dupont, 

r. ss. Filbert bet Kearny and Duijont 
Butcher James W., manager Pac. Soda Co., 

r. 1824 O'Farrell 
Butler John, saloon, 7 Sutter and 506 Mar- 
ket, r. 411 Minna 
Butler Kobert (Turner & Butler) r. 217 

Second 
Butler T. B. Mrs., patterns, 629 Market and 

126 Kearny 
Butler Wm. J., imp foreign p.nd domestic 

inilliuery and straw goods, 569 Market, 

r. 1509 California 
Butler Wm. J. jr., bkpr with Wm. J. Butler, 

r. 1509 California 
Butler Wm. J. Mrs., milliner, 125 Kearny, 

r. 1509 California 
Butteriield Wm., auctioneer <iud real estate 

agt, 109 Mont, rm 5, r. Fair Oaks 
Buttgenbach Joseph, propr Pac. Sausage 

Factory, 515 Foiirth 



Buttner <fe Lnntermilcli, chauged to Augus- 
tus Buttuer, 722 ^^ Montgonieiy 

Buttncr Aug;ii8f u»<i, mufr shirts, collars 
and cufls, 722% Mout, r. 512 Green 

Byxbee James 0.. bkpr with Pope & Talbot, 
r. cor Williams and Point Lobos av 



o 



Cadeuau J., brtdr with Vincent Bigne, r. 7 

Jane pi 
CaflLsch A- Jflillar (L. Caflisch and 

Wm. Millar) wood and coal, 2247 Mis 
Caflisch L. (Caflisch & Millar) r. 2247 Mis 
Cahill James H., carpenter, r. 227 Fulton 
Cainen Wm., brtdr with John McKeon, r. 

133 Tehama 
Caldwell A €o. (W. E. Caldwell and 
John Kidwell) groceries, sw. cor Hyde 
and Tyler 
Caldwell W. E. (Caldwell & Co.) r. sw. cor 

Hyde and Tyler 
Caleb & Crawford, real estate agts, 109 Mont 
Calhoun W. A., job i^rinter, 33 Third 
California Artificial Stone Paving Co., W. 

T. Smith sec, 402 Montgomery, rni 33 
California Cab and Transfer Co., E. J. 
Baldwin pres, AV. G. Lawrence, sec, 
Ellis nr Market 
California Hotel (Hertemau & Fonroche) 

proprs, 210 Montgomery av 
California Oil Cloth Mnfg Co., H. Corbett 

agt, 112 Fourth 
California Star Oil Works Co., A. J. Bryant 
pres, J. S. Taylor sec, F. B. Taylor gen 
manager, 315 California 
California Wire Works, consolidated with 
Howard <t Morse and G. De Witt Bros. 
& Co. (N. Y.) off 6 California 
Callnndan F. P., druggist, oft" 502 Batterj-, 

r. 203 Leavenworth 
Calpella Gravel M. Co. (Mendocino Co. Cal.) 
B. H. Brooks see, 315 California, rin 17 
Cameron & John!>«on (D. Cameron 
and W. C. Johnson) imps wines and li- 
quors, 521 Sacramento 
Cameron I). (Cameron & Johnson) r. 15)00 

Eddy 
Cameron H. M., book agt, 230 Keai-uy 
Campbell Arthur C. oik with W. H. Camp- 
bell, r. 1132 McAllister 
Campbell James A., saloon, 743 Folsom, 
and ex traman engine No. U, r. 320 Maiii 
Campbell J. I)., fishmonger, 431 Fourth ! 

Campbell John, mcht tailor, 1005 Market 
Caini>bell Joseph, barber, 103 Second, r. 602 ' 

Howard 
Campbell Walter C, pattornmkr with Wm. 

F. Buswell, v. 840 Mission 
Campbell Wm. H., bvtdr with James A. 
Camp))ell, r. 743 Follow 



Caumann Edward, brtdr, r. nw. cor Pacific 

and Powell 
Carlii^le Thoma»» S.. M-incs and liquors, 

, 937 Market, r. 040 Stevenson 

i Carlon Wm., horseshoer, 810 Montgomery, 
' r. 735 Broadway 

j Carlson C. F., saloon, 727 Montgomery 
i Caroe & Meyer (L. Caroe and Henry Meyer) 
shirt mnfrs, 050-652 Washington 
Caroe L. (Caroe &. Meyer) 050 Washington 
i Carpenlier Edward E., atty-at-law, Safe De- 
! posit bldg, rm 19 

j Carpentier Horace W., atty-at-law, Safe De- 
I posit bldg, rm 19, r. Oakland 

j Carr J. H., cutter with T. M. Curtin, r. 
I Shelbourne House 

I Carr John, livery stable, 1812 Powell 
, Carrascosa Jose, capitalist, 125 EUis 

Garrau L., salesman with Lorsch, Wolf & 
' Co.. r. 1910 Mason 

Carstense^n Julius (Carstensen & Bischoff) 
r. 037 Geary 
i Carter Bros. (Thomas and Martin Carter) 

car builders, Berrj-st Planing Mills 
i Carter J. W.. attj'-at-law, 402 Montgomery 
I rm 28, r. Oakland 

Carter Martin (Carter Bros.) r. Saucelieto 
; Carter Thomas (Carter Bros.) r. 751 How 
Carthcut James L. (L. X. Handy & Co.) r 

243 Perry 
Carvill Almon D., carriage builder, 7-9 
Powell, r. 995 Market 
; Casanova Jose E., real estate, r. 702 Post 
i Case C. E., bkpr with T. C. Hoffmann & 
Co., r. Oakland 
Case Geo. A., dentist, 212 Kearuv, r. 2615 

Clay 
Caselli Aasano, shoemkr with Angelo Mari- 

ani, 840 Sansome 
Cassidy Andrew, groceries, 201 Valencia 
Catton W, D., broker, 310 California, r. 1417 

Taylor 
Caultield John, machinist, r. 738 Howard 
Caulfield Michael, saloon, 738 Howard 
Caulfield Michael H., saloon, 747 Folsom, 

r. 37 Fifth av 
Caverly «fe I.eavitl (John Caverly and 
Allen Leavitt) wnichmkrs and jewelers 
1524% Polk 
Caverly John (Caverly i Leavitt) r. 1524% 
Polk ^* 

Cawley Wm., kaloon, 077 Mission 
Cayberg F., saloon, 129 Third 
Cellarius Chas. (C. Cellarius & Co.) r. 

Alameda 
Celler Chas., njiholsterer with Samuel Celler. 

r. 103 Perry 
Celler Samuel, furniture, 219 Third, r. 163 

Perry 
Cereghino Giovanni, shoemkr, 432 Pacific 
Cernogorc(>vich C, coffee saloon, 520 Sacra- 
mento, r. 528 Sacramento 
CeiTO Colorado M. * M. Co. (Pimo 
CO. Arizona) Auguste Derre sec, 331 
Kearny, rm 12 



Chaffee Win. K., widow, r. 1712 Sacramento 

Chaffee Wm. E., see Pacific Soda Co., 109 
California, rm 12, r. 1712 Sacramento 

Chalwin J. (Mitchell & Chalwin) 324 Six- 
teenth 

Chamberlain Geo. W., atty-atlaM", 616 Sac, 
r. es. Dolore.sljet 14th and 15th 

Champion Sewing Machine Motor Power, 
Pendleton & Co. agts, 737 Market 

Chandler J. A., stock broker, 58 Stevenson 
' bldg, r. 1573 Folsoni 

Chapman Piussell, real estate iigt, 137 Mont- 
gomery, r. Sun Kafael 

Charlebois Y., dry goods, 706-708 Montgom- 
ery, r. 1408 Hyde 

Chariot Jules, hair'store, 1008 Howard 

Cherry Edward E., asst G. J. Vanvlack, r. 
930 Market 

Chesebrough A., shipping com, 109 Califor- 
nia, rm 3, r. Oakland 

Chesley G. W. & Co.. removed to Sacra- 
mento City 

Chesley J. G.,'bkpr with Fry, Neal & Co.. r. 
Wadsworth House 

Chevers Wm. H., Commissioner Fifteenth 
Dist Court, 629 Kearny, r. 309 Lombard 

Cheyrias Keno, ticket writer, 771 Mission 

Chief Wharfinger, Edward Hackett, off Pa- 
cific-st Wharf 

Childs &■ Biart (Eugene Childs and Henry 
Biartj jewelers and stationers, 511 Va- 
lencia 

Childs Eugene (Childs & Biart) r. 530 Va- 
lencia 

Chiucovich Peter, saloon, se. cor Pacific and 
Sansome 

Choubert JuUan, mnfr artificial flowers, 744 
Mission, r. 746 Mission 

Christsen Peter, groceries, 658% Bryant 

Ciprico Ferdinand D., clerk U. S. Surveyor- 
General's Off, r. 2312 Mission 

Citron Moritz L,, clothing, sw. cor Front 
and Pacific, r. 30 John 

ClappF. W. (F. W. Clapp &: Co.) r. Ala- 
meda 

Clapp F. W. & Co. (F. W. Clapp and Dennis 
Madden) blacksmiths and wagonmkrs, 

108 Oregon 

Clark dc Hyslop (W. P. Clark and J. 

B. Hyslop) proprs Western Eestatuant, 

22 Montgomery 
Clark & Plunkett (Bernard Clark and Joseph 

Plunkett) boilermkrs, 54 Bluxome 
Clark Bernard (Clark & Plunkett), r. 674 

Harrison 
Clark J. F., off 240 Montgomrry, rm 14, r. 

Tubbs' Hotel, Oakland 
Clark Joseph K.. homceopathic physician, 11 

Kearny, r. 2210 Mission 
Clark Jo$4C'ph.jr., atty-at-law% 519 Mont- 
gomery, r. 428 Twenty-fourth 
Clark L. B. (Shields, Belt ct Co.) r. Yiiba 

CO. Cal. 
Clark Warren D., elk with A. Chesebrough, 

109 California, rm 3 



Clark W. P. (Clark & Hyslop) r. 2614 Bry- 
ant 
Clarke E. (E. Clarke & Co.) r. 603 Wash 
Clarke E. & Co. (E. Clarke) com agts, 003 

Washington 
Clarke HeMr.v K. W., atty-at-law, rm 

19 Safe Deposit bldg, r. 438 Sutter 
Clarke H. J., stock broker, 315 California, 

rm 17, r. 731 Bush 
Clement A., physician, 1115 Stockton 
Clodi Louis (Brueckner &Clodi) r. 530 Bush 
Close «t, Vincent (Mark Close and Fran9ois 

Vincent) florists, 710 Washington 
Close Hugh, policeman, r. 246 Third 
Close Mark (Close & Vincent), r. 716 Wash 
Cluff Wm. (Cluff Bros.) r. 108 Second 
Cobb Chas. (Muldoon, Seregni & Co.) 

Louisville, Ky. 
Cobb James, saloon, 538 First, r. 502 First 
Coddington George G., cabinetmkr, r. Tiger 

Ho'tel 
Cody N. A., druggist with J. C. O'Neill, r. 

523 Kearny 

Coen Frank (t Co. (Frank Coen and Joseph 

Daleau) saloon, 921 Kearny and 531 

Jackson 

Coffee F. L. (Huger & Coffee) r. 317 Powell 

Coffin k Page (A. F. Coffin and J. H. Page) 

stock broker, 112 Leidesdorff 
Coffin A. F. (Coffin & Page) r. 1254 Cal 
Cohen Mercado, cigars and tobacco, 629 Sac- 
ramento and 11% Sixth, r. 333 Sixth 
Cohen Wm. & Co. (Wm. Cohen and S. 

Scheeline) money brokers. 32 Mont 
Cohen Wm. (Wm. Cohen & Co.) r. 1503 

Larkin 
Cohn & Evers (Max Cohu and Adolph 

Evers) cigar mnfrs, 229 f^ Mont av 
Cohn Isidore (I. Cohn & Co.) r. 224 Turk 
Cohn Max (Cohn & Evers) r. 230 Turk 
Cohn Samuel, groceries, sw. cor Hayes and 

Octavia 
Cohnreich Joseph K., boots and shoes, 1010 

Market, r. 231 O'Farrell 
Cokely Thos., drygoods, 2544 Folsom, r. 722 

Shotwell 
Coldren Jerome, elk Napa Soda Springs, 

r. Brooklyn Hotel 
Cole E. P.. atty-at-law. 16 Montgomery av, 

r. 534 Bush 
Cole K. L. Miss, dress patterns 777 Mission 
Coleman A., watches and jewelry, 101 Third, 

r. 15 Seventh 
Coleman Catherine Mrs., r. 15 Seventh 
ColUns A. Mrs., r. 432% Fifth 
Collins Corneliirs, builder, r. Commercial 

Hotel 
Collins Daniel, fruits and stationery, ns. 24th 

bet Alabama and Columbia 
ColUns Douglass, r. es. Pringle ct 
Collins Robert (Griffiths, Worrall &: Co.) r. 

Castro bet 19th and 20th 
Colman Chas. (Colman Bros.) r. Palace 
Hotel 



Columbia M. Co.. Wm H. McClintock sec, 

330 Pine, mi 5 
Commercial Advocate. Burnham <fe Co. pnbs 

and proprs, 518 Clay 
Concordia Saloon, Gieson & Paulsen proi)s, 

se. cor Mission and Fourth 
Condon Patrick, bootmkr -with Dominick 

Gavin, 131 Sixth 
Congdon Henry B., real estate and mining 
sec, 240 Montgomery, rm 6, r. 518 Van 
Ness av 
Conger C. C, stockbroker, 420 Montgomery, 

r. 39 Freelon 
Conger Benjamin T., book and job printer 
and (B. T. Conger & Co.) r. 20 Jessie 
bet Seventh and Eighth 
Conger B. T. & Co. (Benjamin T. Conger 
and Albert Lyser) pubs and props 
School and Home Journal, G22 Clay 
Coulin John J., conti-actor, 224 Montgomery, 
% r. 344 Clementina 
Conneely Peter, groceries, 929 Bryant 
Connelly, Nye k Co. (A. H. Connelly and 
David Nye) Goodenough Horse Shoeing 
Society, 177 Jessie 
Connelly Owen, miller, 806 Fourth, r. Wal- 
ler bet Market and Laguna 
Connolly John, saloon and musician, 526 

Mission 
Connor & Quaid (Peter Connor and David 

Quaid) saloon, 311 Fourth 
Connor John (T. W. Floyd & Co.) sw. cor 

Battery and Filbert 
Connor Peter (Connor <fe Quaid) r. 8 Louisa 
Conro George A., with F. D. Conro & Son, 

r. 934 Pine 
Constable Wm., bakery and confectionery, 

r. 607 Laguna 
Constine Abraham, r. 623 Larkin 
Convey Edward (Mclnerney & Convey) r. 

1213 Union 
CoutLs Chas. E. «t €o. (Chas. E. Con- 
vis) stock and money brokers, 330 Pine, 
rms 1-2 
Convis Chas. E. (Chas. E. Convis & Co.) r. 

1104 Sacramento 
Cook Bros. (Wm. and John Cook) proprs 

Berry-st Planing Mills, Berry nr Sixth 
Cook John (Cook Bros.) r. nw'. cor Berry 

and Fourth 
Cook John, barber, 328 Bush, r. 805 Mason 
Cook Wm. (Cook Bros.) r. cor 23d and Co- 
lumbia 
Cool R. H., dentist with G. W. Cool, 22 

Kearny 
Cooper Franklin C, r. 1621 J^ Howard 
Copola Joseph, groceries, 1338 Washington 
Coquille Black Sand G. M. Co. (Coos Co. 
Oregon) Frank P. Reynolds sec, Safe 
Deposit bldg, rm 24 
Corbaz Florian, music teacher, 120 Sutter, 

rm 71, r. 109 Taylor 
Corbett H., agt Cal. Oilcloth Mnfg Co., 112 
Fourth, r. 10 Willlow av 



Cordes Anton, manager with H. Kamm & 

Co.. r. 409 Pacific 
Cordy John J., collector, 9 Geary, rm 2 
Corey Benjamin, elk with Asa Fisk, r. 1825 

Bush 
Cormack Wm., plumbing and gasfitting, 517 

Commercial, r. 28 Laurel av 
Cornelius G. & Co., grocers, changed to 

Veuker & Helmkon, 442 Broadway 
Corning «& Co. (Piichard S. Corning) 

wood, coal, hay and grain, 11 Taylor 
Corning & De Hart, changed to Corning & 

Co. 
Corning Richard S. (Corning & Co.) r. 107 

Taylor 
Cornwall P. B.. pres Bellingham Bay and 
Black Diamond Coal Co., se. cor Folsom 
and Spear, and propr Humboldt Steam- 
ship Line, 123 Cal, r. 609 Harrison 
Corraii «fe Co., pubs Pac. Coast Ship- 
pers' Index, 518 Clay 
Corran W. H. L.(Conau & Co.)r. 626 Filbert 
Corrieri Erniiuio, fruits and vegetables, 816 

Greenwich 
Cosbie Wm., harness and collarmkr, 423 

Mission, r. 729 Treat av 
Cosgrove ClirLstopher A Co., real 

estate, 18 Court Block 
Cosgrove Chri<>«toplter, atty-at-law 
(and Christopher Cosgi-ove & Co.) 18 
Court Block 
Cosgrove John P., reporter Mail, r. 61 Ber- 
nard 
Coughlan James Mrs., millinery, 30% Sec- 
ond, r. 919 Market 
County Real Estate Associates, J. Vollmar 
pres and manager, S. B. Husselman sec, 
40 California, rm 1 
Coursen G. A., stock broker, 405 California, 

r. 1060 Fulton 
Coutolenc D. (Baraty Sc Coutolenc) r. 303 

Montgomery av 

Cowan & Co. (W. L. Cowan and E. 

Twiss) mnfrs Bon Gusto Sauce, 518 

Chestnut 

Cowan W. L. (Cowan & Co.) r. 518 Chestnut 

Cowell J. Harper, real estate and stock 

broker, 446 California, r. 321 Hyde 
Cowper Isaac C, veterinarp surgeon, 38 

Sixth, r. 20 Sumner 
Coyne Dennis (Strahan & Coyne) r. 1806 

Jessie 
Cozmo F., restaurant, Fourth 
Craig Thomas J., elk with N. Grange, r. 650 

Mission 
Crane & Co., printers, changed to Crane & 

Raveley 
Crane A: Ravclcy (John M. Crane and 
S. W. Raveley) book and job printers, 
518 Clay 
Crane & Sharp (Nathaniel H. Crane and 
Thornton W. Sharp) poultry, 10 New 
Metropolitan Market 
Crane Carlton C, mercantile collector, 424 
Montgomery, r. Worth House 



Crane John M. (Crane & Eaveley) r. 18 Ma- 
son 

Crane Nathaniel H. (Ci'ane & Sharp) r. ss. 
Elizabeth bet Church and Sanchez 

Crawford John F.. elk freight auditor's off, 
r. 1413 Bush 

Crawley George W. jr., jjropr Tiger Hotel, 
444-446 Brannan 

Crawley James, trunkmkr, r. Tiger Hotel 

Creed John M., receiver Appraiser's Store, r. 
1305 Yallejo 

Crespo Francisco, saloon, 24 Washington 

Crook Edwin W., agent Keep's shirts, 
126 Kearny, r. 457 Minna 

Crowley Edward, tailor with L. Kelly, r. 836 
Market 

Crowley James A., house painter, r. 1358 
Washington 

Cruse Henry, groceries, sw. cor Dupont and 
Stockton pi 

Culler it Brooks (John P. Cvilley and Joseph 
H. Brooks) tinsmiths, 7 Powell 

Cumming & Dalgleish ( Wm. Gumming andS. 
Dalgleish) dairy prod, 56 Center Market 

Cumming Wm. (Cumming & Dalgleish) r. 
803 Leavenworth 

Cummings Alexander, with auditor M. P. and 
M. dept C. P. E. Pi., r. 865 aiission 

Cummings Anderson (Eddings & Cum- 
mings) r. Oakland 

Cummings Quincy C, elk C. P. E. E., r. 
606 Hayes 

Cummins Adley H., gen supt's sec C. P. E. 
E., r. 26 Eincon pi 

Cummins Leonidas H., elk C. P. E. E., r. 
26 Eincon pi 

Cunningham, Frost & Gannon (E. A. Cun- 
ningham, Frank Frost and James Gan- 
non) ijroprs Egyptian Mystery, 22 Geary 

Cunningham M. F., telegraph operator W. 
U. T. Co., -222 Sausome 

Cunningham E. A. (Cunningham, Frost it 
Gannon) 22 Geary 

Cure Giovanni, restaiarant, 1018 Stockton 
and 1101 Stockton, r. es. Montgomery 
av bet Pacific and Broadway 

Ciirley John (Hughes & Cur ley) r. cor Po- 
trero av and Twenty-second 

Curran Patrick, saloon, nw. cor 
Fourth and Berry 

Currier M. Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 810 
Laguna 

Curtin T. M., tailor, 15 Xew Montgomery, 
r. 34 Erie 

Curtis Carlton, bkpr with Chas. S. Eaton, 
r. 120 Turk 

Curtis W. P., com mcht, 204 Washington, r. 
708 Hayes 

Cusheon E. W. D., salesman with W. A. 
Lawsou, r. 824 Bush 

Cushingham Sarah, bakery and confection- 
ery, 1719 Mission 

Cutlar Eoger, dentist, off 715 Clay, r. sw. 
cor Taylor and Geary 



Cutler E. B., gen agt Wilcox & Gibbs Sew- 
ing M. Co., 124 Post, r. 1737 Broadway 

Cutter Aaron, agt New Bedford Oil Cloth- 
ing Co., 115 Davis, r. 794 Twenty-fourth 



I> 

D'Elom Alexander, pictures and frames, 
1204 Market, r. 565 Steven«on 

D'Heirry Paul, harnessmkr, 1621 Market 

Dado & Daneri (Joseph Dado and Antone 
Daneri) saloon, 615 Pacific 

Dado Joseph (^Dado & Daneri) 615 Pacific 

Dahl B. F., com stockbroker, 417 California, 
r. 21 Ellis 

Dahm Chas., astrologist, 7 Stockton 

Daily Hotel Gazette, Wm. P. Harri- 
son pub and propr, 518 Sacramento 

Dalgleish S. (Cumming & Dalgleish) r. 803 
Leavenworth 

Daly James (Daly it Hawkins) r. Occiden- 
tal Hotel 

Daly John, brtdi- with Eobert Foley, r. 642 
Stevenson 

Dalziel D.. editor and propr S. F. Mail, 
325 Kearny r. Arcade House 

Daneri Antone (Dado & Daneri) 615 Pacific 

Danforth Edward P., propr Benicia Tan- 
nery and bkpr with Edwin Danforth, 
723'Battery, r. 1200 Mason 

Dunglada Ignacio (Mattoon & Danglada) r. 
1836 Powell 

Danhauser Morris, tailor with Morris Siegel, 
r. 507 Grove 

Danly S. P. (Michelsen & Danly) r. 806J^ 
Valencia 

Danzel G. (Ghirardelli & Danzel) r. 614 
Fulton 

Darcy Edward J., saloon, 133 Folsom 

Darling Adam C, 'confectiouerj', 1128 Market 

Davis & Sanger (Henry C. Davis andlsador 
Sanger) dentists, 137 Montgomery 

Davis A. E., mining. 20-22 Nevada blk, r. 
601 Stockton 

Davis Henry C. (Davis <fe Sanger) r. 1721 
Webster 

Davis E. J., advertising elk S. F. Mail, 
325 Kearny 

Davy John, fruits, 35 Geary 

Davies John M. & Co. (John M. and Robert 
K. Davies) furnishing goods, 125 San- 
some, r. 38 

De Castro D. & Co. (D. de Castro) com 
mchts, 213 Sansome, rra 1 

De Freville Eugene, fi.sh, 421 Hayes, r. 611 
Gough 

De Land Alvord, miner, r. 114 Powell 

De Villalon Isabel, grocery and restaurant, 
1416 Stockton 

De Wolowsky Alex. S., teacher miisic, 123 
O'Farrell 



De Y 



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DUB 



De Yongli Edward (Boam & de Yongh, r. 
839 Mission 

Dean Benj. D., visiting physician Industrial 
School, off 33 Kearny, r. 104 Stockton 

Dean C. O., dentist, 120 'Kearny, rm 10, r. 
333 K Eddy 

Dean E. A., patternnikr Eisdon Iron and 
Locomotive Wks, r. 239 Eighth 

Dean E. A. Mrs., branch bakery, 239 Eighth 

Deardorlf Frank, druggist with M. M.Ward, 
CI Second 

Decker Chas. W., dentist, 30 Kearnv, r. 1403 
Scott 

Dee Wm., elk with John Gough, r. nw. cor 
Bryant and Dora 

Deely James, groceries, sw. cor Polk and 
Pine 

Dees Loiiis, saloon, 83 Clementina 

Defiganiere S. T., barber, 6 Broanwa}', r. 
1705 Jones 

Delareuelle r. (F. Delareuelle & Co.) r. Cal- 
ifornia Hotel 

Delareuelle F. <5z; Co. (F. Delareuelle and J. 
Obrist) pork and provisions, 34 Centre 
Market 

Dellamore Louis, variety store, 2210 Mission 

Dellex Louis, saloon, 1806 Powell 

Dell wig Charles, bakery and confec- 
tionery, 120 Third 

Dempsey Peter, atty-at-law, 421 Mont 

Denicke Frederick, physician, 539 Califor- 
nia, r. 1114 Folsom 

Denike W. J., painter, r. 518 Filbert 

Dennery & Baum, removed to 515 Market 

Deppe Chas.. bkpr with Richard Prang, r. 
ne. cor Drumm and Merchant 

Der Wecker (weekly) Brandt & Schumm 
proprs, 712 Montgomery 

Desagneaux Dominique, saloon, 1111 Dupt 

Desmond John B., varnisher, r. 138 Sixth 

Deturbe John, shepherd, r. Tiger Hotel 

Dewey Eussell E., manager with Wm. H. 
Shepard, 5 Post, r. 502 Powell 

Dexter & Co., dissolved 

Dexter Frank, mnfg confectioner, 526 Wash- 
ington, r. 34 Page 

Dexter James, mnfg confectioner, 420 San- 
some, r. Pennsylvania av bet Solano 
and Butte 

Di Vecchio E., butcher with S. Di Vecchio 
& Co., r. 311 Broadway 

Di Vecckio Fiore, fruit, ne. cor Union and 
Mason 

Diez C C, imp Vuelta Abajo Havana to- 
bacco and mnfr cigars, sw. cor Market 
and First, r. 2217 Fillmore 

Dikeman Daniel S., gen business agt, 631 
Merchant, r. 117 Mason 

Dobner Morris, dry goods, 1120 Stockton 

Docking Joel, saloon, 415 Montgomerv av, 
r. 638 Vnllejo 

Doclcum James A., saloon, changed to Dado 
& Daneri, 615 Pacific 

Dodge Cortland H., newspapers and fruit, 
1203 Powell 



Dol & Bigne, 412 Pine, dissolved 

Doeri'er & Lake (William Doerrer and Chas. 

L. Lake) painters, 1161 Mission 
Doerrer Wm. G. (Doerrer it Lake) r. 1506 

Folsom 
Doherty John, blacksmith, r. 1119 Folsom 
Doherty John, saloon, 805 Market, r. 6J/^ 

Frcolon 
Doherty Mary Mrs., bakery and confection- 
ery, 1119 Folsom 
Dohn Geoi-ge (Code & Dohn) r. sw. cor 

Webster and McAllister 
Dohn Wm., dentist with A. Van Denburgh, 

r. sw. cor Webster and McAllister 
Dolbeer John (Dolbeer <fe Car.son) r. 828 

Lombard 
Doll Wm. (Mehl & Doll) r. 1239^ Folsom 
Domenici Giovanni (F. Pera & Co.) 413 

Broadway 
Domenicie B. (B. Domenicie & Co.) r. 1335 

Dupont 
Domenicie B. <fe Co. (B. Domenicie and 

Domenico Nicoletti) tailors, 1335 Dupt 
Donnelly & Jones, changed to Thos. Don- 
nelly 
Donnelly Thos., saloon, 30 Montgomery 
Dorn Alphonso, elk with W. Haker & Hinz, 

r. 2623 Mission 
Dorrance Wm. C, saloon, se. cor Natoma 

and Second, r. 74 Natoma 
Doscher John D., groceries, se. cor First 

and Mission 
Douglas W, H. (Miller & Douglas) r. 1125 

Ellis 
Douty Frank S., pres Western Development 

Co., r. 519 Webster 
bow J. B. {J. B. Dow & Warren) r. 1121 

Taylor 
Dow J. B. & AVarren (John B. Dow and 

N. Selden Warren) butchers, 1100 Clay 
Dowda G. W. (Brooke, Parker <fe Co.) r. 

411 Ellis 
Dowling Kate Miss, trimmings, 143 Third 
Downer P. E. (Bigham & Downer) r. 920 

Geary 
Doyle Bros. (Wm. H. and Chas. H Doyle) 

Japanese goods, 423 Kearny and 4 New 

Montgomery' 
Doyly N. (N. Doyly & Co.) r. Alameda 
Doyly N. & Co. (N. Doyly and A. A. New- 

bery) com stockbrers, 240 Mont, rm 1 
Drady David, picture frames and mirrors, 

237 Fourth 
Drew Fred. (Ellis & Drew) r. 432 Mont 
Dreyer Joseph, furnishing and fancy goods, 

202 Biish, r. 110 Hyde 
DriscoU Dennis, groceries, 1840 Howard 
Driscoll J. C, butcher with A. Kahn, r. 824 

Laguua 
Dri»»eoII Slicliael, wines and liquors, 

131 Fifth, r. 419 Jessie 
Drury Samuel B., fruits, ne. cor Sutter and 

Dupont 
Dubernet L., fancy frames, 114 Post, r. cor 

Post and Devisadero 



Dufau Johu T. (J. T, Dufau it Co.) r. 426 

Powell 
Dufaii J. T. & Co. (JohuT. Dufau) produce 

and com mcht, 616 Front 
Duhrkoop C. B. & Co., dissolved 
Duhrkoop C. B., supt Cal. Stone Paving Co., 

402 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Dxilion Julien B., butcher, sw, cor Powell 

and Pacific, r. 826 Jacksou 
Dunbar H. K. (Jenkins & Co.) r. 1104 Stock 
Dunbar James Wesley (Dunbar & Hixon) r. 

917 Guerrero 
Duncan Daniel H., conductor Market-st B. 

R., r. 120 Turk 
Duncan Thos. (Leisen & Duncan) r. 508 

Folsom 
Dunn James, supt and treas Cal. Cracker 

Co., nw. cor Broadway and Battery, r. 

1522 Clay 
Lunne David M. (Hutchings & Co.) r. 18 

Erie 
Dunnigan & O'Dea (Patrick Dunnigan and 

Martin O'Dea) horseshoers, 133 Post 
Dunnigan Patrick (Dunnigan & O'Dea) r. 

1309 Sacramento 
Dureu Wm. H., mining, rm 22 Safe Deposit 

bid,?, r. 220 Turk 
Durroux Joseph, saloon, 1504 Polk, r. ss. 

California bet Polk and Van Ness av 
Durscbke Ellen Mrs., fruits, 424 Broadway 
Dutton Elmer C, haruessmkr, 1023 Market 
Dutton K. M. Mrs., millinery 1023 Market 
Dupuy Hattie, widow, ladies' hair dressing, 

1051 Market 
Dwelle Jaiue!!* H., gen agt American 

Pleating Machine, dealer in sewing 

machines, 253 Fourth, r. 673 Mission 
Dyer Wm. C, cooper, 1017 Battery, rear, r. 

es. Bartol 



E 



Eagan Patrick, lab, r. 436 Jessie 

Easton & Co. (Wendell Easton) real estate 

agts, 32 Montgomery 
Easton & De Forest, changed to Easton & 

Co. 
Ebbiughauseu Henry <& Co. (Hem-y 

Ebbinghausen and Henry Lilienthal) 

groceries, 2442 Mission 
Ebert J., crockery, 1252 Market 
Eckford Robert, merchant tailor. 111 Seventh 
Eckley Frank N., elk with James T. White 

& Co., r. 1 Bowles pi 
Eddings & Cummings (Wm. Eddings and 

Anderson Cummings) saloon, 11 Powell 
Eddings Wm. (Eddings & Cxammings) r. 11 

Powell 
Edmunds Geo., sec Cal. Cracker Co., nw. 

cor Broadway and Battery, r. 2433 Bu- 
chanan 



Edwards David, dressmaking, 14 Stockton, 
r. 629 Ivy 

Edwards Edward, elk with Joseph M. Shot- 
well, r. 106 Third 

Edwards Thos., groceries, ue. cor Leaven- 
worth and Turk 

Edwards Thos. M., druggist, ne. cor Jackson 
and Kearny, r. ue. cor Broadway and 
Buchanan 

Eggers Anton, bartender with Chas. Eggers 
& Co., r. 18 Mason 

Eggers Chas. (Chas. Eggers & Co.) r. 18 
Mason 

Eggers Chas. & Co. (Chas. Eggers) saloon, 
se. cor Kearny and Post 

Eggleton Geo., propr What Cheer Livery 
Stable, 119-121 Jacksou, r. 134 Chestnut 

Egyptian Hall, 22 Geary 

Egyptian Mystery, Cunningham, Frost A 
Gannon proprs, 22 Geary 

Ehrig Frederick, saloon, 122 Pacific 

Eichler Henry, tailor and steam dyeint;, 2 
Fifth 

Eisenbach I. P. (Peck & Eisenbach) r. 212 
Sutter 

Eldora G. & S. M. Co. (White Pine Co. 
Nev.) A. C. Hammond sec, 401 Califor- 
nia, rm 7 

Elkins Frank M., elk with Payot, Upham & 
Co. 

Elliot Bros., changed to H. C. Elliott 

Ellis & Drew (I. C. Ellis and Fred. Drew) 
gen business agts, 432 Montgomery 

Ellis & Leunon (Samuel Ellis and John 

t Lennon) blacksmiths, 53 Beale 

Ellis I. C. (Ellis & Drew) r. 1610 Turg 

Ellis Peter (Somerville & Ellis) r. Commer- 
cial Hotel 

Ellis R. W. (Bennett, Ellis & Co.) r. Oakland 

Ellis Samuel (Ellis & Lennon) r. Mexico 

Ellis Thos., tinsmith with Chas. Brown, r. 
335 O'Farrell 

Elwell Ezra L., painter, r. 1506 Turk 

Elwell Ezra L. Mrs., fruits, 1506 Turk 

Emmal Joseph B., real estate, r. 25 John 

Emmal Joseph B. jr., sec with Gould, 
Prescott & Co., r. 25 John 

Emmatt John, elk Freight Auditor C. P. R. 
R., r. 734 Sixteenth 

Emmer Wm. (C. Hencken & Co.) r. nw. cor 
Fourth and Clementina 

Englander Gus. E., barber, 700 Mis.sion, r. 
41 Clara 

Englander Leopold, atty-at-law and collec- 
tor, 647 Merchant, r. 726 Tyler 

Euoiii John S., atty-at-law, Montgomery 
Block, rms 19-20, r. Chenery nr Grove 

Euright Johu (O'Shaughnessy Sc Enright) 
r. sw. cor Folsom and Main 

Equi John, r. 612 Broadway 

Equi Joseph, fruits and vegetables, 1308- 
1310 Dupout 

Erbe M. Mrs., confectionery, 7 Stockton 

Erdman Henry, bkpr with Feist & Fiank, 
r. 1234 Post 



Ericsson John, stevedore and boarding, 641 

Third 
Ernst Fritz Z., saloon, 2221 Powell 
Erringer J. R. jr., gen agt Pennsylvania R. 

E.. 238 Montgomery, r. 1813 Pine 
Ettling Mark, Bon Ton Saloon, California 

Theatre, r. 44 Third 
Eureka Manufacturing Co., E. Clarke & Co. 

agts, 603 Washington 
Eureka Straw Works, Ralston & Gray proprs, 

115 Sixth 
Evanno John, barber, 712 Pacific 
Evers Adolph (Cohn <k Evers) r. nw. cor 

Broadway and Kearny 
Ewig Ernst, brtdr with John Bartholoma, r. 

1017 Battery 
Excelsior Straw Works, B. Manley propr, 

814 Howard, r. 1 Howard crt 
Eyraud August, saloon, 704 Pacific, r. 705 

Pacific 



F 

Fabens Geo. C, elk gen supt's office C. P. 

R. R., r. 1416 Bush 
Falkingham Edwin, mnfr baby carriages, 

16th bet Folsom and Harrison 
Fanderander Albert, barber, 1246 Mission, 

r. 1121 Mission 
Farnsworth Geo. C, elk with Farnsworth 

& Clark, r. 1132 Pine 
Farquharson Chas., butcher, r. 31 Eddy 
Farquharson David, architect, 79 Nevada 

blk, r. 1136 Sutter 
Farquharson John, ironmolder, r. 733 Markt 
Farrar Louis C, elk with Ash Bros., r. 834 

Valencia 
Farrell & Ward (S. J. Farrell and P. F. 
Ward) plumbers and gasfi tiers, ne. cor 
24th and Alabama 
Farrell S. J. (Farrell & Ward) r. Nebraska 

bet 24th and 25th 
Farren Chas., brtdr with John Doherty, 805 

Market 
Fassett Noah C, mcht. Safe Deposit bldg, 

rm 22, r. 221 Powell 
Fassman Anton, boots and shoes, 905% 

Market 
Faulstich T., groceries, ne. cor 18th and 

Shotwell 
Faure Laurent, restaurant, 706 Mission 
Fauss Daniel (D. Fauss & Bro.) r. 1852 

Stevenson 
Fauss D. & Bro. (Daniel and Henry Fauss) 

saloon, 1942 Mission 
Fauss Henry (D. Fauss & Bro.) r. 1942 Mis 
Featherstone <fe McNerney (Peter Feather- 
stone and Patrick McNerney) butchers, 
17 Zoe 
Featherstone Peter (Featherstone & Mc- 
Nerney) r. 17 Zoe 



Feehan Wm., r. 715 Clementina 

Feeney Wm., groceries, 437 Shipley and 15 

Ninth 
Feeny James, branch bakery, 410 Folsom 
Feeny John, elk with James Deely, r. sw. 

cor Polk and Pine 
Felker S. S., real estate, 9 Geary, rm 8, 

r. 414 Post 
Felter W. R., bkpr with Kane, O'Leary & 

Co., r. 3 Glen Park av 
Fenkhausen A. <fe Co. (A. Eenkhausen and 
H. Braunchweiger) imps wines and 
liquors, 414 Front 
Feun Fred. G. W., elk with Alexander Camp- 
bell, r. 4 Lily 
Fennessy Wm.. saloon, 666 Mission 
Ferguson & Co. (Paris J. Ferguson) groce- 
ries, 317 Fourth 
Ferguson A., harnessmkr, 850 Howard, r. 

277 Stevenson 
Ferguson Paris J. (Ferguson & Co.) r. 317 

Fourth 
Ferral Robert, judge city criminal court, 728 

Montgomery, r. 2518 California 
Ferrer H., oculist, aurist and larj'ngos- 

copist, 112 Kearny 
Ferretto Joseph, saloon, 896 Front 
Ferry C. P., special agt and adjuster New 

Zealand Ins., Co., r. Oakland 
Fetter & Co. (B. M. Fetter) real estate 

and mining agts, 605 Montgomery 
Feulner J. Adam 'Scliwerin, Feulner & Co.) 

r, 1129 Dupont 
Fiala I. Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 1512 Polk 
Fiala John T., draughtsman U. S. surveyor 

genl's office, r. 1512 Polk 
Fike & Sweetser, junk, changed to Sweetser 

& Co., 740 Pacific 
Finck Geo., watches and jewel ery, nw. cor 

Kearny and Geary, r. 742 Harrison 
Finck Wm. H., with Geo. Finck, r. 742 Har 
Fiukbeiner Geo., crockery and glassware, 

1315 Powell 
Firebaugh J. D. (Thompson & Firebaugh) 

atty-at-law, 430 Montg, r. 2509 Clay 
Fischbeck Henry F., porter with Hey wood 

& Hendley, r. 1021 Pacific 
Fischel Morris, shoemkr, 1603 Howard'' 
Fischer Alexander, barber, 923 Montgomery, 

r. 428 Green 
Fischer Geo., physician, 8 Kearny 
Fish Nathan, books and stationery, 60 Sec- 
ond, r. 321 Sixth 
Fisher Albert, salesman with Hall Safe and 

Lock Co., r. Russ House 
Fisher Geo. A., mdse broker, 109 California, 

rm 1-2, r. 425 Fulton 
Fitch J. B., hay and grain, 21 Washington 
Fitschen Geo. C, butcher, se. cor Union 

and Hyde 
Fitzgerald Chas., horseshoer, 413 Third 
Fitzpatrick Edward, harnessmkr, 303 Fifth, 

r. 213 Perry 
Fleming Thos., harnessmkr, 221 Bush, r. 
140 Silver 



Flenniken Robert jr., dry goods, boots, 
shoes, etc., 724-726 Montgomery, r. 
1522 Pacific av 
Flores Trinidad, saddler, 1018 Kearny 
Floyd T. ^y. ct Co. (T. W. Floyd, John 
Connor and Geo. L. Carroll) proprs 
Overland Warehouse, se. cor Third and 
Townsend, and Pioneer Warehonse, sw. 
cor Battery and Filbert 

Fogle Oren B., cashier with Hickox &. Spear, 
r. 604 Geary 

Fogler Geo. P., shoemkr, 524 Fourth 

Foley & Florance, livery stable, 1810 Powell, 
changed to Thos. Foley, 1620 Pacific av 

Foley & Sears (Timothy Foley and Mark G. 
Sears) saloon, nw. cor East and Wash- 
ington and nw. cor Broadway and Davis 

Foley Robert, wines and liquors, ne. cor 
Sixth and Stevenson 

Foley Thos., livery stable, 1620 Pacific av 

Foley Thos. cMahoney & Foley) r. 448 Na- 
toma 

Folger S. M., watchman Appraisers' Store, 
r. 427 Hayes 

Folsom A., carriage mnfr, 4 Spring, r. Sac- 
ramento bet Devisadero and Broderick 

Folsom Eugene H., woodworker with A. 
Folsom, r. Sacramento bet Devisadero 
and Broderick 

Folsom John, housesmover, 2815 Mission 

Fonroche Pierre B. (Herteman& Fonroche) 
r. California Hotel 

Fontana G., watchmkr, 423 Washington, rm 
15, r. Alabama bet 23d and 24th 

Fontana M. J. (C. M. Volkman & Co.) r. 
West Oakland 

Forbes C. F., physician, 417 Bush 

Forbes J. A. jr., interpreter, 330 Pine, r. 532 
Green 

Forbes John P., commission stock broker, 
323 California, r. 428 Geary 

Ford Thos., horseshoer, 105 First, r. ws. 
Steiner bet Ellis and Eddy 

Forderer & Hunter (Joseph F. Forderer and 
James Hunter jr.) mnfrs galvanized 
ironwork and tin roofers, 226 Mission 

Forderer Joseph F. (Forderer <fe Hunter) r. 
1413 Jackson 

Forest Shooting Gallery, David P. Smith 
propi-, ne. cor New Mont and Minna 

Fos Isidore (Abadie & Fos) r. 1510 Dupout 

Fos Raymond, butcher, 819 Jackson, r. Vir- 
ginia nr Washington 

Fossette Edwin R., bkpr Wheeler & Wilson 
Mnfg Co., r. 2050 Mission 

Foster N. P., physician, 43 Second . 

Fowler G. C., foreign and domestic coal, 
413-415 Pacific, off 137 Post, r. Occi- 
dental Hotel 

Fowler W. G. (Rowley & Fowler) r. 702 Cal 

Fragley Martin, saloon, 542 First and 427>^ 
Pine, r. 307 Bryant 

Franciskovich M., restaurant, 523 Davis, r. 
1716 Stockton 

Franck Geo., painter, 508 Hayes 



Franck Geo. Mrs., dressmkr, 508 Hayes 

Franco & Rennert (Chas. Franco and Fred. 
Rennert) upholsterers, 1260 Market 

Franco Chas. (Franco & Rennert) r. 614 Oc- 
tavia 

Frank Geo. P. (Frank Bros. & Co.) r. 846 
Mission 

Frank Henry, barber with A. Sandoval, r. 
213 Third 

Franklin John, money broker, 905 Kearny, 
r. 502 Bush 

Franklin M, J. (M. Marks & Co.) r. ws. 
Sixth bet Bryant and Brannan 

Franklin Savings and Building Association, 
H. Pfersdorff see, 539 California 

Frauza Jose, jeweler, 415% Davis 

Frassi A. & Co. (A. Frassi) fresco painters, 
2 Turk 

Freeman & Wriu (Jacob Freeman and Mi- 
chael Wrin) stoves, tinware and plumb- 
ing, 326 Third 

Freeman Albert A., draughtsman C. P. R. R., 
r. 636 Natoma 

Freeman H., house and sign painter. 335 
Sixth 

Frese Hermann, shoemkr with Chas. Dietle, 
237 Stevenson 

Freud Jacob R. (M. Freud k Son) r. Nu- 
cleus Hotel 

Friedel Frederick, shoemkr, 12 Howard, r. 
ws. Dolores bet 21st and 22d 

Friedrich O. <fe M., 214 Bush, dissolved 

Friedrich Otto, imp and shipping and com 
nicht, 214 Bush 

Friediein Wm., costumer, 34 Geary 

Friesenhausen John A., painter, Devisadero 
bet Bush and Sutter 

Fromheim Wm. (Fromheim & Loewenson) 
r. 210 Seventh 

Frontiere & Bellemere, changed to A. Belle- 
mere 

Frost Frank (Cunningham, Frost & Gan- 
non, 1. St. George Hotel 

Fuchs Chas, musician, r. 12 Mint av 

Fuglsang August C, brtdr with Timothy 
O'SuUivan, r. 19 Montgomery av 

Fuller & Co. (Wm. H. Fuller) employment 
oft", 1 Fourth 

Fuller B. G. (Potter, Fuller & Co.) r. 900 
Van Ness av 

Fuller C. H., dentist, 715 Clay, r. 722 Cal 

Fuller John, saloon, 21 Pacific 

iuiUer Wm. H. (Fuller & Co.) r. 20 Taylor 

Fulton & Bullard, changed to J. M. Fulton 

Fulton J. M., furniture, 511 Sixth 

Funel Louise Mme., millinery, 310 Kearny, 
rm 5 

Furtado & Martin (Wm. A. Furtado and 
Manuel Martin, barber, 423 Drumm 

Furtado Wm. A. (Furtado <fe Martin) 423 
Drumm 



Gaillaid Joseph, brttlr -svilh A. F. Benard, 
r. 8G8 Howard 

Gallagher James J., propr Excelsior Iron 
Works, 151-153 Beale, r. Dolores bet. 
31st and 32d 

Gallo B., Horist, 23G Sutter 

Gallup James (Heath, Gallup & Co.) r. Cos- 
mopolitan Hotel 

Gannon James (Cunningham, Frost & Gan- 
non) r. St. George Hotel 

Gardiner Baldwin, com. stock broker, 314 
Jlontgomery, r. 2101 California 

Gardiner F. M. Mrs., agt with A. L. Ban- 
croft & Co. 

Gardner Andrew, butcher, sc. cor. Clay and 
Powell, r. Homestead House 

Gardner George E., saloon, cor. Market and 
Montgomery 

Gardner Peyton' (Libby & Gardner) r. 139 
Fourth 

Gariboldi G. G., frescoer and decorator, 
73-74 Nevada blk., r. St. James House 

Garland Milton H., wholesale and retail con- 
fectioner and manufr cough drops, 765 
Mission and 828 Market, r. 591 Ellis 

Garnsey Charles A., upholsterer, 335 Third 

Garret Jacques, restaurant, 531 Fourth 

Garrett J. H. C, elk with John Mc^illop <fe 
Co. 

Garrick & Trapier (\Vm. J. Garrick and W. 
S. Trapier) saloon, 1723 Market 

GaiTick Michael, carriage and wagon makr., 
se. cor. Washington and Drumm, r. 815 
Folsoni 

Garrick Wm. J., (Garrick & Trapier) r. 
1723 Market 

Garth W. L., elk with Farusworth & Claa-k, 
209 Sansome 

Garvey John, tinsmith with Chas. Brown, 
r.'335 O'Farrel 

Garziglia A. (G. Beretta & Co.) r. 928 Mont. 

Gates Horace & Co. (Horace Gates, John 
Bolts and Carsten Joost) prnprs Eagle 
Coffee, Spice and Drug Mills, 8-10 Stev 

Gates Horace (Horace Gates & Co.) r. 547 
Mission 

Gath Frederick, fringe and tassel mkr., r. 
sw. cor. Kearny and California 

Gaugel J-jeo, shoemkr, se. cor. Minna and 
Third, r. Helvetia Hotel 

Gavin & McDermott (John Gavin and Ber- 
nard McDermolt)groceries, 132 Elevu'th 

Gavin Domiuick, boots and shoes, 131 Sixth 

Ga\-in John (Gavin <fc McDermott) 132 
Eleventh 

Gefken Kichard, groceries atd Hquois, se. 
cor. Bryant and Eighth, r. cor. Ninth 
and Brauuan 

Gehen Mary, (widow) branch bakery, 1050 
Howard 

Gehret Sophie, imp.* French corsets, 120 
O'Farrell 



Geier M. Mrs., stamping and embroidery, 

1220 Powell 
Geitner George, shoemkr., 2005 Folsom 
George Bernhard, bootmaker, 44 Geary 
George John, candymaker with T. C. Hoff- 
man & Co., r. 918 Folsoni 
George J. V., books and stationery, nw. cor. 

Bush and Polk 
Germon A. & Co., shingles and lumber, 13 

Spear 
Gerran John, bkpr with H. T. Holmes & 

Co., r. 711 Howard 
Gessler Frank, elk with Fred. Gessler, r. 

ne. cor. McAllister and Buchanan 
Gessler Frederick, butcher, ne. cor. McAllis- 
ter and Buchanan 
Gethin Edward B., propr North Point Ware- 
house, ne. cor. Lombard and Sansome, 

r. 702 Sutter 
Getz Bros. & Co., (Joseph and Louis Getz 

and S. Rosenlield) whol provision and 

com mchts, and agts Alvarado Salt 

Works, nw. cor. Sacramento and Front 
Ghilardi L., fancy goods, 635 Market 
Ghirardelli &Danzel (D. Ghirardelli and G. 

Danzel) coffee and spice manufrs., 415- 

417 Jackson 
Ghirardelli D., coffee and spice manufrs., 

changed to Ghirardelli & Dauzel, 415. 

417 Jackson 
Giannini Giacomo, saloon, 627 Pacific 
Giannini P. A., watches, 5^.^ Kearny, r. 315 

Ivy 
Gibbs Charles H., barber, 542 California, 

r. 930 Clay 
Giblin Timothy, grocery, so. cor. Mason 

and Sacramento 
Gibson E. M., atty-at-law, t'.OG Mont- 

gomei'y, rm 16, r. Oakland 
Gier Ernst, saloon, 68 First 
Giesen <fc Paulsen (Wm. Gieseu and Julius 

Paiilsen) saloon, se. cor Mission and 

Fourth 
Giesen Wm. (Giesen &, Paulsen) r. 257 

Minna 
Gilbert & Hunter (A. C, Gilbert and Wm. B. 

Huntf-r) real estate and gen business 

agts, 224 Montgomery 
Gilbert A. B., manager Avith C. W. Monrow 

vt Co., 211 Clay 
Gilbert A. C. (Gilbert .t Hunter) r. Alameda 
Gilhooly Thos., butcher,^ r. 14th av, S. S. F. 
Gilraan'Chae. H. (Haycock & Co.) r. 725 

Bush 
Gilmau M. J. Miss, teacher Hayes Valley 

Primary School r. 603 Buchanan 
Giovanni Antonio, wood and coal, changed 

to Pracidio Perpoli & Co., 608 Broad wy 
Gladding Geo. L., bkpr with Gladding, Mc- 

Bean & Co., r. 322 Fremont 
Glass & Schloss (Sam Glass and Solomon 

Schloss) dry goods, 1315 Stockton 
Glass S. & Co., dry goods, changed to Glass 

& Schloss, 1315 Stockton 
Glass Sam (Glass & SchloBs) r. 1315 Stock 



Gleim John E., fancy goods, 116 Post 
Globe Gan L.iglit Co. of CaliFor- 

nia. I. W. Knox pres, J. B. Meeks sec, 

238 Montgomery 
Ghieck G. (C. Spiegel & Co.) r. 5 Park av 
Goddard & Co., changed to Rankin, Bray- 
ton & Co. 
Godsil John (Lewis & Godsil) r. 28 Pearl 
Goedecke Louis, biitcher, 1322 Dupont, r. 

1605 Dnpont 
Goetjeu Bros. (Henry and Chas. Goetjen) 

groceries, sw. cor Clay and Stockton 
Goetjen Chas. (Goetjen Bros.) r. 2001 Pow 
Goetjen Henry (Goetjen Bros.) r. sw. cor 

Clay and Stockton 
Gold Gulch Gravel Mining Co. (Mendocino 

CO. Cal.) B. H. Brooks sec, 315 Califor- 
nia, rm 17 
Golden Chariot Mining Co. (Owyhee co. 

Idaho) J. T. McGeoghegan sec, rm 22, 

Merchants' Exchange 
Golden Gate Laundry, May &: Bach proprs, 

1721 Market 
Golden Gate Plaster Mills, Lucas & Co. 

proprs, 215-217 Main 
Goldman A., gen repairer broken articles, 

1520 Polk 
Goldman Bernard, hairworker, 9 Geary, rm 11 
Goldman Place, bet 16th and 17th, from 

Mission southeast 
Goldsmith Lion, gents' furnishing and fancy 

goods, '215 Third 
Goldstein Jacob H. (Jonasson & Goldstein) 

r. 11 Seventh 
Goldstone M. & Co. (M. Goldstone and Sol- 

oman Isaacs) poultry, 55-56 Cal Market 
Goldstone M. (M. Goldstone & Co.) r. 451% 

Jessie 
Golly John B. & Co. (John B. Golly) pubs, 

booksellers and imps, 31 Kearny 
Gonella D. & Co. (Dominique Gonella) sa- 
loon, 821 Montgomery 
Gonella Dominique (D. Gonella & Co.) r. 

cor Hinckley and Kearny 
Gonzalez Manuel E., cigars and tobacco, 

1508 Stockton, r. 528 Green 
Goodell May L., artist, 720 Market 
Gordon Robert, elk with Haight & Taylor, r. 

913 Howard 
Gorla Peter (Gorla & Grandi) r. 419% Fil- 
bert 
Gorlift «fc Grancli (Peter Gorla and Sal- 

vatore Grandi) proprs Helvetia Hall, 

304 'i Montgomery av 
Gorman John (Hickey & Gorman) r. 27 

Rousch 
Gorman John P., furniture, 1715 Mission, r. 

1325 Minna 
Gottlob Max, saloon, 28 G)ary, r. 1139% 

Folsom 
Gougeon F. X., carptr and builder, 741 Mis 
Gough John, groceries, 1121 Folsom andnw. 

cor Bryant and Dora 
Gove J. D., elk with Standard Bag Factory, 

r. Oakland 



2 



Gove J. H., supt Standard Bay Factory, r. 

Oakland 
Gower Samuel J. (Haycock & Co.) r. Fruit 

Vale 
Graham Geo. (Green & Graham) *. 2246 

Mission 
Graham Marcellus A., machinist, 23 Stev 
Graham William C, machinist, 23 Stevenson 
Gramfort Ferdinand, tailor, 147 Post 
Grancourt & Scipio (J. B. Grancourt and 

Edwd Scipio) confectionery, 1419 Stock 
Grancourt J. B. (Grancourt & Scipio) r. 

719% Green 
Grandi Salvatore (Gorla &, Grandi) r. 419% 

Filbert 
Graves A. 51., groceries, 1721 Howard 
Gray Dudley M. (Ralston & Gray) r. 1616 

Jessie 
Gray John, real estate, 720 Market, r. 215 

Kearny 
Green & Graham (Virgil Green and Geo. 

Graham) fruits, 2246 Mission 
Green John C, coffee saloon, 8 Jackson 
Green Samuel S (Blass & Green) r. 710% 

Tehama 
Green Virgil (Green & Graham) r. 2246 

Mission 
Greene «fe Co. (Clay M. and Harry A. 

Greene and E. W. Bach) stock brokers, 

314 Montgomery, rms 4-5 
Greene & Pillsbury (W. E. Greene and E. 

S. Pillsbury) attys-at-law, 420 Cal 
Greene ^V. E. (Greene & Pillsbury) atty-at- 

law, 420 California, r. Mansion House, 

Oakland 
Gregory H. P. & Co. (Henry P. and S. W. 

Gregory) proprs Pacific Machinery De- 
pot, June California and Market 
Gregory Wm. F. (Steiger, Gregory &: Bush- 
man) r. 126 Mission 
GrifRn John D., boatbuilder, 237 Steuart, r. 

238 Steuart 
Griffin M. G. (Blass & Griffin) r. 14 Geary 
Griffith E. M.. physician, 1701 Stockton 
Griffiths David T., propr Wright's Hotel, 

218 Broadway 
Griffiths Henry H. (Griffiths, Worrall & Co.) 

r. 9 Geary 
Griffiths, Worrall & Co. (H. H. Griffiths, J. 

Worrall and R. Collins) real estate, 9 

Geary, rm 10 
Grimes Geo. C, shoemkr, 187 Jessie 
Grimm Adolph, roofer and plumber, 230 

Montgomery av, r. 824 Vallejo 
Grogan Malachi, groceries and liquors, 1120 

Harrison 
Grosskinsky Philip, saloon, 46 Steuart 
Grosso Constantino, carriagemkr and black- 
smith, 31 Clark, r. Oakland 
Groth David, groceries, nw. cor Sutter and 

Webster 
Grove Harry, shoemkr, 800 Third 
Gruenberg Max & Co., now I. W. Wedeles 
Gruenwald Mathias, saloon, 824 Pacific 
Guillon Emile, boarding, 132 Pacific 




Gtiion Geo. \V., hardware and mechanics' 

tools, C'22 Market 
Guirey William €!.. i'e>^^e||^a^ and 

mining sec, 240 MontgoinTry, rni 6, r. 

Cotmopolitan Hotel 
Giiikierson Cb*is., seaman, r. 250 Spear 
Gnilllach Frederick (^Finck & Gundlach) r. 

428 Brojidway 
Gii.idlacli J. A Co. (Jacob Gundlach, 

Chas. Bundschit and James Smith) imp 

and wholesale liqiiors, California wines 

and brandies, se. cor Second and Markt 
Gundlach Jacob (J. Gundlach & Co.) r. 125 

Chestnut 
Gntheil C. E.. draftsman U. S. Lighthouse 

Engineer, r. 120 Sutter, rm 20 ' 



JH 



Haa^ CJeorge A Co. (Geo. Haas and 

Wm. Gruenhagen ') confectioners, 20 

Kearny 
Haas Jacob, Ligarmkr, 19 >2 Dupont, r. 10 

T'aylor 
Hackett Edward, chief wharfinger ofiE Pacific- 

•t Wharf, r. Oakland 
-HacMett Frank M., dentist, 126 Kearnv. rms 

70-11, r. 1238 Bush 
Had y & Northam, dis.solved 
Hat ley D. Ij., dealers wood, coal, hay 

and grain, nw. cor Pierce and Eddv, r. 
109 Pierce 
Haflf; er G. W., engraver, 9 Gearv, rm 1-1, r. 

x305 Stockton 
Hageman Geo. (Hageman & Haquette) r. 8 

?Iunroe 
Hagen J. J., tailor, 625 Nineteenth 
Hager Geo., saloon, r. 225 Clay 
Hagi ^ James D., mining engineer, 240 

Montgomery, rm 8, r. 1315 Hyde 
HahJ H. Mrs., ladies' and gent's furnish- 
ing goods, 124 Kear, r. 202 Van Ness av 
Hahn Rudolph H., dk with Fr. Putzman, 

1 2128 Howard 
Hale|W. E. &Co. (W. E. Hale) stockbroker, 

2/D9 Sansome 
IIal>9 William jr., atty-at-law, 620 

Washington, rms 25-26, r. 1622 Jackson 
Halers John D. (Poatel & Co.) r. sw. cor 

Valencia and 23d 
Haley J-'^^s caniagemkr, r. 1723 Leav 
Hall A Co. (Eobert Hall and John Brod- 

erick) proprs Svea Saloon, 423 Kearny 
Hall Francis, leather and shoe findings, 322 

Washington, r. 4 Burritt pi 
Hall Henry L., agt Overland E. K.. 138 

Montgomery, r. Palace Hotel 
Hall J. V. (Hall & Kelshaw) r. 1711 Bu- 
chanan 
Hall Robert ^Hall & Co.) r. 621 Cal 
Hall Robert, cigars and tobacco, 1128% Fol 



Hall S. H., American Siirgery and Dis- 
pensary, 411 Kearny 
Hamilton F*. E. Mrs. (Phillips & Hamilton) 

r. 162 First 
Hamilton Joseph, harness and saddlery (and 

Hamilton ,Sr Fry) 401 Third 
Hammer F. H. (John Ziegenbein k Co.) r. 

710 Grove 
Hammer John Frank, salesman with John 

iSegenbein A: Co., r. Oakland 
Hammond Wiii., operator American District 

Tel. Co., r. 1133 Clay 
Handy Joseph, bkpr with L. N. Handy & 

Co., r. 243 Perry 
Handy Lucien N. (L. N. liandv ir Co.) r. 

243 Perry 
Hanly CJe'o. T. A Co. (Geo. T. Han- 

iy) imp teas and com mchts, 402 Front, 

whol and ret groceries, 922 Market, and 

teas, coffee, etc., se. corMis and Sixth 
Hannigan J. W,, money broker, 818 Market, 

r. 412 J ones 
Hansen Christian, bookseller and stationer, 

changed to SVhitwell A: Beard, 203% 

Montgomery av 
Haiiseu W., porter with Dodge, Sweeney «t 

Co., r. 1934^J Mission 
Hanson Chas. H. (Hanson i: Bro.) r. 536 

Washington 
Haquette Erne.st (Hageman <k Haquette) r. 

317 Geary 
Harbeck Theodore, dk with Tamm & Fink, 

r. 149 Post 
Hardcastle Geo., dentist, 10 OTarrell 
Harding Samuel C, collection office, 800 

Montgomery, r. 1415 Taylor 
Harmsori Louis (Toedt & Harmon) r. sw. 

cor Jackson and Davis 
Harned A Pope (Jacob A. M. Harned 

and AVm. H. Pope) real ostate agts, 109 

Montgomery 
Harned Jacob A. M. (Harned A' Pope) r. 

109 Montgomery 
Harrington James J., elk with D. H. Twing 

k Co., r. 18 Verona pi 
Harrington W. B., editor Commercial News 

and Shipping List, r. 1109 Pine 
Harris Edward J., saloon. 111 Second 
Harris Henry, tailor, 329 Third 
Harris J. Ham, agt hmd dept University of 

California, 728 Montgomery r. Oakland 
Harris Michael, r. 319 Pacific 
Harrisburg S. M. Co., A. F. Walcott sec, 

419 California, rm 12 
Harrison & Mackenzie (Wm. H. Harrison 

and D. L. Mackenzie) cloaks, suits and 

ladies' furnishing, 2 New Montgomery 
Harrison Wm. H. (Harrison <t Mackenzie) 

2 New Montgomery 
Hart <fe McLean (Richard C. Hart and Ken- 
neth Mcljcan) locksmiths and bellhang- 

ers, 26 Montgomery av 
Hart Alfred, artist, 232 Sutter, r. 1050 How 
Hart Richard C. (Hart & McLean) r. 442 

Minna 




Hart Win. H. H., stockbroker, 430 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1018 Vallejo 

Hartman Morris (S. Hartman & Bro.) r. 471 
Stockton 

Hartihauii £«lwar(l. jr.. fresco 
painter, r. '22 First av 

Hartmann I., r. 119 Sixth 

Hartmann M. Mrs., crockery and tinware, 
IIP Sixth 

Hartter Lonis, groceries, 540 Market, r. 1707 
Howard 

Harvey L. G., cashier Farmers' and Me- 
chanics' Savings Bank, r. 1311 Cal 

Harwood S. S., physician, 13 Powell 

Haseltine R. E., elk with A. A. Haseltine, r. 
19 Clara 

Haskell D. H., real estate agt and atty-at- 
law C. P. R. R., cor Fourth and Town- 
send, r. 2512 Sacramento 

Haslinger John, barber, 1218 Stockton, r. 
15 John 

Hass Charles H., groceries, aw. cor 
Mason and O'Farrell 

Hatch T. H. (H. Logan & Co.) r. 811 Hyde 

Hattie & Co. (John C. Hattie and Joseph C. 
White) fruits, candies and varieties, 
342 Third 

Hattie John C. (Hattie & Co.) r. 342 Third 

Hauerkin Geo. H., elk with Hy. Plage, r. 
nw. cor Post and Taylor 

Hausman F. H., gen com mcht, 318 Front, 
r. 9 South Park 

Haussler Leonard F.. carptr and cabinetmkr, 
231 Jackson, r. 1116 Broadway 

Hawes B.C., insurance broker, 323 Califor- 
nia, r. 110 Hyde 

HaweN Oliver, insurance agt, 323 Cali- 
fornia, r. Oakland 

Haycock Judson, attv-at-law, 622 Clay, rm 
21, r. Palace Ho'tel 

Hayden & Convey, butchers, 1901 Hyde, 
changed to Mclnerney «fe Convey 

Hayden, Liiicoln <fc Co., changed to Lincoln 
&Co. 

Hayne Wm. Alston, elk with Standard Soap 
Co., r. 737 Pine 

Hazard & Sayles (Rowland R. Hazard and 
Rufus E. Sayles) laundry supplies, 609 
Mission 

Hazard Powder Co., Thos. H. Selby & Co. 
agts, 116-118 California 

Hazard Rowland R. (Hazard & Sayles) r. 
719 Hayes 

Heald I. A., modelmkr and machinist, 514 
Commercial 

Healey D. A., boots and shoes, 848 Market, 
r. 104 Powell 

Healy J., physician, 11 Kearny 

Healy Patrick, whol liquors, oft" and res 2209 
Powell 

Healy Wm. F., furniture, 534 Sixteenth 

Heath Nathaniel, mining supt, 302 Mont- 
gomery, rm 4, r. 16 Stockton 

Hebrew (The) (weekly) Philo Jacoby prop, 
612 Commercial 



Heckmann Henry, saloon, 37 Second 

Heeder John, r. 210 Chestnut 

Hee:]-v .T F (^' -n Bonn. Henck &r Hegler) 

r. 222 Haight 
Heidhoft' Albert H., groceries and liquors, 

nw. cor Eddy and Anna 
Heigh John, restaurant, 704 Mission, r. 686 

Mission, 
Heil Constantin (Schenk & Heil) r. sw. cor 

Clay and Drumm 
Heilmann James H., saloon, 708 Brannan 

and 16 Jackson, r. 708 Brannan 
Heim Franz, boots and shoes, 20 Dupont, r. 

108 William 
Heine Peter, saloon and restaurant, se. cor 

Battery and Filbert, r. 2 Midway 
Heineman Henry S., cigars and tobacco, 647 

Pacific, r. 1137 Pacific 
Heinrich Rudolph, cigars and tobacco, 124 

Fourth, r. 812 Folsom 
Heins J. H., propr Heins' Hotel, 30 Clay 
Heirs Jacob, notions and tobacco, 142 

Eighth 
Heise Chas. E. (Chas. Baum) r. 1020 Val- 
lejo 
Heitmann Alwine, saloon, 230 Mont av 
Heitmann Bros. (John and Henry Heit- 
mann) groceries and liquors, sw. cor 

Spear and Folsom 
Heitmann Henry (Heitmann Bros.) i. sw. 

cor Spear and Folsom 
Heitmann John (Heitmann Bros.) r. sw. 

cor Spear and Folsom * 

Helke Chas., saddler, 618 Mission, f 951 

Mission 
Helmkeu Chas. (Venker & Hehnken) ■. 442 

Broadway 
Hencken C. & Co. (C. Hencken and Wm. 

Emmer) groceries, nw. cor Fourtii and 

Clementina 
Hencken C. (C. Hencken iV Co. ) r. sw. cor 

Mission and 19th i 

Henderson E. A., salesman vith Mrrison, 

Hutchinson & Co., r. Occidental lotel 
Hendrickson Samuel D., propr Novelty Wood 

Works, sw. cor Mission and Fr» mont, 

and carriage mnfry and r. 658 M'ssion 
Hendrie Bros. (W. C. and E. B. Heiidrie) 

mining brokers, 16 Stevenson bid j 
Heiitly Joshua, ninfr ore feedei i, and 

dealer all kinds machinery an i ma- 
chinists' tools, ue. cor Mission ai d Fre- 
mont, r. 115 Fifth 
Henke Hermann, elk with D. H. Hi] 'en. r. 

nw. cor Pine and Larkin 
Henrietta Gravel M. Co. (Butte Co. Cal.) 

Joseph F. Atwell sec, 309 California 

rms 8-9 
Henriksen B. E., architect with P. Hueme, 

328 Kearny 
Henry D. W.. dealer and imp music 

boxes, 226 O'Farrell 
Henry J. W., wood and coal, changed to 

O'Brien & O'Keefe, 1623 Powell 



Hentz & CarBon, shooting gallery, changed 
to David P. Smith, cor New Montgom- 
ery and Minna 

Hentz Augustus H., cartridge mnfr, ne. cor 
Minna and New Mont, r. 29 Second 

Herkenham & Stafl'elbach, (Chas. 
Herkenham and Edward Staffelbach) 
saloon, 108 Steuart 

Herkenham Chas. (Herkenham & Staffel- 
bach) r. 108 Steuart 

Hermann Theodore (Theodore Hermann & 
Co.) r. 630 Washington 

Herring Thos. A., correspondent Dramatic 
News, r. 1007 Minna 

Herrmaun C, mnfr and dealer hats and 
caps, 402 Kearny, r. 1223% Bush 

Herrinanu F. J., mining sec, 612 Com- 
mercial, r. 923 Washington 

Herteman &. Fonroche (Pierre B. Fonroche 
and estate of E. Herteman) proprs Cal- 
ifornia Hotel, 210 Montgomery av 

Herzfelder Hermann, money broker, 777 
Market, r. i60% Natoma 

Hesthal W. J., mnfr neckties, 9 Geary, rm 
15, r. 2750 Bush 

Hetzel David, cigarmkr with Holling Bros., 
r. 311 Filbert 

Heuirmann Fritz, saloon, 115 Jackson 

Hewitt Frederick L., propr Hewitt Hotel, 
247 S*;ond 

Heye Eilert (Henry Heye & Bro.) r. 623 
East 

Heye Henry & Bro. (Henry and Eilert 
Heye) saloon, 613 East 

Heye Henry (Henry Haye & Bro.) r. 613 
East 

Hey wood Silas J. (Hey wood & Hendley) 23 
Jessie bet Seventh and Eighth 

Hickey «& Gormau (Jerome J. Hickey 
and John Gormau) collectors and agts, 
619 Merchant 

Hickey Jerome J. (Hickey & Gorman) r. 540 
Bryant 

Hicks E. P., dealer patent articles, 912 Mar- 
ket, r. 365 Jessie 

Hicks Wm. B., carriagemkr, r. 552 Bryant 

Higgins H. Y., tinner with C. H. Stomba & 
Co., r. 306 Fourth 

Hill & Runger (Christian C. Hill and Chris- 
tian F. Eunger) saloon and boarding, 
ne. cor Madden and Berry 

Hill Christian C. (Hill & Runger) r. ne. cor 
Madden and Berry 

Hiller D. Albert, homoeopathic phy- 
sician, 115 Kearny, rms 7-8, r. Grand 
Hotel 

Hinck Henry J,, groceries, so. cor El- 
lis and Polk 

Hinckley & Aldridge, mnfrs Magic Fluid 
Polish, 150 New Montgomery 

Hinckley Geo. E., physician and surgeon, 
426 Kearny, r. Sebastopol, Sonoma Co. 

Hink & Rohde, changed to Peter F. Rohde 

Hinton W. M. & Co. (W. M. Hinton) print- 
ers, 536 Clay 



Hinrichs August, saloon, 701 Battery 

Hinton W. M. (W. M. Hinton & Co.) r. 647 
Folsom 

Hinz August C. (W. Haker & Hinz) r. 926 
McAllister 

Hittenger Antone, fruits and vegetables, 707 
Broadway 

Hixson Edward T. (Dunbar & Hixson) r. 
317 Ellis 

Hixson Jasper M., com broker, 202 Wash- 
ington, r. 317 Ellis • 

Hixson, Justi & Co. (W. D. Hixson, Chas. 
Justi and Wm. P. Anderson ) com 
mchts, 202 Washington 

Hixson W. D. (Hixson, Justi & Co.) r. 317 
Ellis 

Hoesch J. (Suss & Hoesch) r. 318 Taylor 

Hoesch Wm., harnessmkr, 1145 Folsom, r. 
425 Sixth 

Hoffmann J., lithographer, 605 Montgom- 
ery, r. 10 Medau pi 

Hoffmann T. C. & Co. (T. C. Hoffmann) 
steam candy works, 23 Stevenson, r. 
Berkeley 

Holbrook & Co., now Fuller & Co. 

Holbrook C. B. jr., druggist, se. cor Market 
and Ninth, r. 133 Gough 

Holbrook, Merrill & Co. (Chas. Holbrook, 
John F. and Chas. Merrill) whol dealers 
tin, stoves and iron ware, 111-113 Cal- 
ifornia and 17-19 Davis 

Holden Joseph, aity-at-law, 200 Sansome, r. 
1818 Market 

Hoi jes John, groceries, 1019 Pacific and 
nw. cor Folsom and Sixth 

Holland ,t Bentham, dissolved 

Hollander k Ericsen, now Bucking & Pilster 

Holler & Schulz (Tony Holler and Fred 
Schulz) saloon, 1036 Market 

Holler Tony (Holler k Schulz) r. 435 Minna 

Hollo way It. H., pub and propr The 
Grocer and Country Merchant, 405 
Front, r. Centennial House 

Holmes Chas. H., wood engraver with Spirit 
of the Times, r. 314 Bush 

Hoist Wm., glass decorator, i5% Fremont, 
r. 310 Fell 

Holz Louis (Louis Holz & Co.) r. 614 Grove 

Hooker C'has. 0.« capitalist, 302 Mont- 
gomery, rm 14, r. 917 Bush 

Hooker J. D., capitalist, 302 Montgom- 
ery, rm 14, r. 822 Lombard 

Hopken & Eggers, changed to Chas. Eggers 
&Co. 

Hopkins Chas. W., saloon, 437 Broadway 

Hopkins W. C, saloon, 1829 Mission 

Hoppe Reinhold, mnfr cutlery and edged 
tools, 32 Fremont, r, 40 Minna 

Horigan Cornelius, lab, r. 1612 Leavenworth 

Horigan Michael J., plumber and gasfitter, 
1517 Leavenworth, r. 1612 Leavenworth 

Hornblower A Armstrong (F. A. 
Hornblower and W. W. Armstrong) 
stockbrokers, 330% Montgomery, Safe 
Deposit Bldg 



Hornblower Frederick A. ( Hornblower & 

Armstroug) r. (521 Eddy 
Horuer A., dairyman, 51 Sacramento 
Horner John, fruits, 226 Fourth 
HorsburghD. W., elk freight auditor's ofiSce, 

r. AVorth Hoiise 
Houghton F. T. & Co. (F. T. Houghton) 

whol wood and willow ware, 10-12 Cal 
Houghton R. E. (Stetson & Houghton) r. 

Oakland 
Houghton S. Chase, shorthand reporter, 21 

U. S. Court Bldg, r. 316 Tenth, Oakland 
Honsman John H. (R. Munk & Co.) r. 2504 

Clay 
Houston N. T., lieutenant U. S. N., r. 325 

Ellis 
Howard & Morse, Cal. Wire Works, off 6 Cal 
Howard Bessie Mrs., shirtmkr, 724 Howard 
Howcroft Albert H., elk with J. E. Smiley, 

r. 172 Perry 
Howell John H., brtdr with Bartlett & Chris- 

ler, r. 514 Pine 
Howell S. S., stockbroker, 415 Sansome, r. 

East Oakland 
Howlaud Benjamin F., photographer, 33 

Third, r. 450 Guerrero 
Howlaud Clarence A., photographer with H. 

W. Vaughan, r. 317 Mason 
Howland Edwin J., with Bishop's Direc- 
tory, r. 626 Filbert 
Howland E. S., shipping and com, 18 Mar- 
ket, rm 9 
Howland Rufus (R. Howland & Son) r. 

1936 Mission 
Hubback Edward T., elk with Ammon Cas- 

pari & Co., r. Oakland 
Hubbard Eugene A., imp office furniture 

and mufrs agents, 515 Market 
Hubbard J. H., elk with A. J. BoMJe, Jr.. 

r. 13 Van Ness Avenue 
Hubbell Clark P., (Worster, Hubbell k Co.) 

r. 218 Turk 
Huger A Co., (L. P. Huger and C H. 

Webber) general com mchts and whol 

liquor dealers, 321 Sacramento 
Huger & Cofl'ee, (L. P. Huger and F. 

L. Coffee) cigars and tobacco, 319 Pine 
Huger L. P. (Huger & Coffee and Huger & 

Co.) r. Oakland 
Hnghes «fe Brennen, (M. B. Hughes 

and W. Brennen) wines and liquors, 

135 Fourth 
Hughes <t Curley, (John F. Hughes and 

John Curley) groceries, nw. cor. 23d 

and Alabama 
Hughes John F. (Hughes & Curley) r. Brj'- 

ant bet. 22d and 23d 
Hughes J. R., boots and shoes, 13 Kearny, 

r. 1934 Jessie 
Hughes M. Mrs., branch bakery, 127 Seventh 
Hughes M. B. (Hughes & Brennen) r. 19 

Caroline 
Hughes William, barber, r. 127 Seventh 
Hulling Dominic, barber with Jacob Jacobs, 

r. 621 California 



Hulsmann Fred. H. (Wm. Hulsmann & Co. 

and Hulsmann & Buttelmann) r. 2732 

Mission 
Hulsmann Wm. & Co. (Wm. and Fred. H. 

Hulsmann) groceries, r. 1339 Pacific 
Hulsmann Wm. (Wm. Hulsmann <fe Co.) r. 

1339 Pacific 
Humboldt Steamship Line, P. B. Cornwall, 

propr, 123 California, rms 4-5 ' 

Humphrey P. H., physician, 324 Washing- 
ton, r. 405 Turk 
Hunter B. C, furniture, 1518 Polk 
Hunter James & Co., changed to Forderer 

& Hunter 
Hunter James jr. (Forderer & Hunter) r. 

226 Mission 
Hunter Wm. B. (Gilbert & Hunter) r. 224 

Montgomery 
Huntzsch Moritz, groceries, nw. cor. 

Fell and Octavia 
Hurricane Mining Co. (Humboldt Co., Nev.) 

J. D. Hooker, sec. 302 Mont, rm 14 
Hutchinson & Mann (C. I. Hutchinson and 

H. R. Maun) insurance agts, 314 Cal 
Hutchinson C. I. (Hutchinson & Mann) r. 

845 Mission 
Hutchinson Ely I., atty-at-law. 620 Wash- 
ington, rms 24-25, r. 845 Mission 
Hutchinson, Mann & Smith, changed to 

Hutchinson &, Mann 
Hyatt T. H. jr., short-hand reporter, 614 

Merchant, rm 27 
Hyde F. A. (Sherman & Hyde, and Mullen 

& Hyde) r. Alameda 
Hj^man Bros., removed to 109 Sansome 
Hyman H. W. (Hyman Bros.) r. 1220 Geary 
Hyslop J. P. (Clark A Hyslop) r. 22 Mont 



Imhaus E. S. Mrs., confectionery, se. cor. 

Mission and 6th, r. 334 Seventh 
Ind Wm. E., saloon, nw. cor. Steiner 

and Turk ^ 

Ind Thomas, carptr, r. nw. cor. Steiner and 

Turk 
Ireland Wm. (Knudseu & Ireland) r. cor. 

Geary and Taylor 
Irwin A. C, sec Western Development Co. 

r. 1219 Mission 
Irwin Benoni, portrait painter, 120 Sutter, 

rm 40, r. Oakland 
Isaacs M., clothing, 731 Montgomery, r. 

529 Tehama 
Isaacs Samuel & Solomon, clothing, 417 

Pacific 
Isaacs Simon, elk with M. Goldstone & Co, 

r. 812 Mason 
Isaacs Solomon, (M. Goldstone & Co.) r. 

eor. Mason and Jackson 
Ish & Wilson, (Frank M. Ish and Emet W. 

Wilson) attys-at-law, 408 California 



Ish Frank M. (Ish & AVilson) atty-at-law, 
408 California, r. sw. cor. Van Ness and 
Sacramento 

Isham E. B., r, 1632 Howard 

Israel Isaac, crockery and glassware, 1804 
Powell 



Jacobs Charles (D. Jk C. Jacobs) r. Nucleus ' 
Hotel I 

Jacobs D & C. (David and Charles Jacobs) 

imp cigars and leaf tobacco, 211 Clay j 

Jacobs David (D. & C. Jacobs) r. Nucleus j 

Hotel ^ I 

Jacobson C, saloon, 501 Davis , 

Jacoby — , telegraph of)erator W. U. T. Co., i 

222 Sansome 
Jaffe Louis, coal, changed to G. C. Fowler, 

413-415 Pacific 
Jallu Frank, baker, 304 Montgomery av 
Janes Alfred, brtdr with F. Lohaus, r. 1 

Washington 
Jardim Arcenio T., goldsmith, 42 Jackson, 

r. 24 3 i Washington 
Jeffres Adam (F. L. Archibald & Co.) r. cor 

Tyler and Buchanan 
Jenkins <fc Co. (^G. C. Jenkins and H. K. 
Dunbar) periodicals and stationery, 1104 
Stockton 
Jenkins & McLaughlin (Wm. Jenkins and 
Wm. McLaughlin) oyster and chop 
house, 1938 Mission 
Jenkins G. C. (Jenkins <fe Co.) r. 1104 Stock 
Jenkins Peter T., stationery, 538 Sixteenth 
Jenkins Wm. (Jenkins ct McLaughlin) r. 12 

Koudell pi 
Jennie A. and Black Kock Mining Co. 
(White Pine, Nev.) Joseph Tyson sec, 
rm 22 Safe Deposit bldg 
Jennings James, dk* ^rith J. C. Jennings, r. 

1029 Pacific 
Jennings Joseph C, agt Mnfrs Ins Co., 302 

California, r. 1029 Pacific 
Jessel E. A., auction and com incht, 808 

Market, r. 121 Fifth 
Jobson W. G., wood and coal, 511-513 Bush, 

r. 402 Octavia 
Johnson «fe Schule (Frederick Johnson and 
F. A. Schule) mnfrs harness ornaments, 
5 Post 
Johnson Adolph, marble worker with J. L. 

Tessler, r. 614 Laguna 
Johnson Adolphus D.. shoemkr, 644 Mis 
Johnson Albert, steward, r. 250 Spear 
Johnson Andrew, saloon, 26 Washington 
Johnson Annie, widow, bakery and confec- 
tionery, 133% Ninth 
Johnson August D., saloon, 232 First 
Johnson David, saloon, 5 Commercial 
Johnson Frederick (Johnson k Schule) 5 

Post 
Johnson J. H. (Russell, Johnson <fe Co.) r. 
202 Sixth 



Johnson Tlio$>. di Co. (Thos. Johnson 
and Adolph Brandt) gioceries and liq- 
uors, ne. cor Minna and Seventh 
Johnson W. C. (Cameron & Johnson) r. 

311 Turk 
Johnston J. B. (Mosebach & Johnston) r. 

117 Park av 
Jones & Thomas (Philip Jones and J. W. 
Thomas) groceries and liquors, se. cor 
Seventh and Natoma 
Jones DeWitt Clinton (Bennett & Jones) 
atty-at-law, 213-215 Sansome, rm 12, j. 
504 Franklin 
Jones Harrison, harness and saddles, 39 

Eddy, r. 209 Thirteenth 
Jones Jasper J., entry elk with Grangers' 

Business Association, r. 1012 Mont 
Jones Martin, mining, 330 Pine, rm 5, r. 

1763 Howard 
Jones Philip (Jones & Thomas) r. Belmont 

House 
Joost Carsteu (Horace Gates &■ Co. ) r. 605 

Fell 
Joost Henry (M. Joost & Bro.) r. 701 Mc- 
Allister 
Joost Martin {M. Joost & Bro.) r. 321 O'Far 
Joost M. & Bro. (Martin and Henry Joost) 

groceries, 701 McAllister 
Jordono Michele (^Giovanni Pezzolo & Co.) 

r. 1234 Dupout 
Joseph Vecci, tailor, 808 Sansome 
Josselyn Benj. F., physician, 618 Sacra- 
mento, r. 929 McAllister 
Joubert Peter, French laundrj', 1514 Poik 
Jovovich Lazor, coffee saloon, 100 Jackson 
Joyce Edmond, livery stable, 721 Mission 
Joyce Michael J., collector with Samuel C. 

Harding, r. American Exchange Hotel 
Judd E. D., shipping elk with Eankin, Bray- 
ton A: Co., r. 704 Dolores 
Judd Susan, widow, r. 704 Dolores 
Judd T. H., elk with Rankin, Bray ton k 

Co., V. 704 Dolores 
Judge Patrick, saloon, 204 First 
Juillerat A. E. (.M.J. Paillard * Co.) r. 418 

Post 
Justi Chas. (Hixson, Justi & Co.) r. 716 

Grove 
Kahn Aaron, butcher, se. cor McAllister and 

Laguna. r. 824 Laguna 
Kaiser John, inop Mason-st House, 2125 

Mason 
Kain P. J., saloon, changed to Wm. Mehary, 

sw. cor Stevenson and Second 
Kammitter Joseph (Kammltter & Brune) r. 

1422 Devisadero 
Kamna & Puckhaber, gioceries, changed to 

Henry Baruth, 1900 Mission 
Karstens Chas. P., groceries, ne. cor San- 
some and Jackson, r. sw. cor Green and 
Montgomery 
Kasper Jacob, glass, putty and picture^, 721 

Broadwaj- 
Katz E., life ins agt, 121 Montgomery, r. 21 
Glen Park av 



Kavanah tS: Gaviu, grooevies, changed to 

Ga\'in & McDermott, 132 Eleventh 
Kayser & Klose (Fred. Kayser and 

Philipp Klosc> props Turk-st Hotel, 22 

-24 Turk 
Kayser Frederick fKavser Xr Klose) r. 22-24 

Turk 
Kearney P. A., druggist, sw. cor Folsom 

and First, r. 517 Folsom 
Keefe & McNaniura, changed to Keefe <fe 

Wiman 
Keefe & Wiman (Daniel Keeie and Wui. 

Wiman) produce com. 104 Clay 
Keefe Daniel (Keefe it Wiman) r. 1301 

Broadway 
Keefe E. W-, printer, 423 Washington, r. 

932 Pacific 
Kelioe John W., butcher, 20 Seventh 

and 117 Ninth, r. cor Ninth and Stev 
Keirby Daniel, saloon, 504 Third 
Kelleher A., vocal music teacher, r. 131 

O'Farrell 
Kellogg B. S., miuiu!^ sec. 2lH California, r. 

26% Kearny 
Kells Robert H., carptr, '539 California, r. 

lilo Jones 
Kelly Marv Miss, milliner with Mme. Funel, 

r. 309' O'Farrell 
Kelly A Robert!!* (John W. Kelly and 

Wm. H. Roberts) wines and lir^uors, sw. 

cor Fifth and Natoma 
Kelly John (Kelly & Burns) r. 35% Perry 
Kelsey Melville, insurance agt, 13 Merchants' 

Exchange, r. Oakland 
Kelshaw Joseph (Hall & Kolshaw) r. 1722 

Jessie 
Kemm Joseph, gen business agt, 402 Mont- 
gomery, rm 28 
Kendall Geo. W., money broker, 912 Mar- 
ket, r. 715 Howard 
Kendall Joseph R., capitalist, rm 22 Safe 

Deposit bldg, r. Tubbs' Hotel, Oakland 
Keuelly E., uiiuing, 330 Pine, rm 5, r. 

1010 Filbert 
Kennedy Michael, saloon, 213 Davis, r. Sec- 

, oud bet Howard and Folsom 
Kenny B. J., restaurant, 89-90 Centre Mkt, 

r. 562% Natoma 
Kenny John S. (Kenny & Sheahan) r. 318 

Clementina 
Kenny K., real estate and gen business agt, 

22 Kearny, r. 373 Jessie 
Kentuck Mining Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) J. 

W. Pew, sec, 419 California, rm 4 
Keogh James R., r. 433 Geary 
Kerr Walter M., civil and topographical 

engineer, 415 Pino 
Keser &, Kiefer (Fred. Keser and Philip 

Kiefer) barbers, 29 Geary 
Kibbe Calvin, sawyer with D. A. Mrcdouald 

& Co., r. 250 Spear 
Kidd Leonard W., jjressman with Russell, 
Gibson & Co., r. es. Shotwell bet 19th 
and 20th 



Kidwell John (Caldwell &. Co.) r. sw. cor 

Hyde and Tyler 
Kierski John S., book and job printer, 417 

Bush 
Kihn E. (Scherf & Co.) r. Branuan nr Fifth 
Kilbourn Wm. W., druggist with M. M. 

Wark, 61 Second 
King Cameron H. (King & Rodgers) atty- 

at-law, r. 1831 Howard 
King, Lee & Co., imps China and Japan 

fancy goods, 410 Kearny 
King Philip, barber, 323 Pacific, r. 321 

Green 
Kinne T. H., groceries, nw. cor Oak and 

Octavia 
Kinney M. J. & X. W., proprs Salem Flour- 
ing Mills (Salem, Or.) off 22 California 
Kinsley J. W. & Co. ^J. W. Kinsley and 

W. H. Bingham) general insurance agts, 

301 Sansome 
Kinsley J. W. (J. W. Kinsley & Co.) res 

1503 Taylor 
Kip James, mining, 314 Montgomery, rm 6 
Kipp J. G., carptr and builder, 426 Hayes 
Kipps A. K., artist, 37 Second 
Kirchner Fred. & Co. (Fred. Kirchner) 

fruits, 56 Second 
Kirchner Fred. (Fred. Kirchner & Co.) r. 

269 J^ Clara 
Kirchner Hermann, pi-opr Mason-st Hoxise, 

changed to John Kaiser, 2125 Mason 
KisfTy S., physician, 54 Third 
Klein August (Bemmerer & Klein) r. 33 

Jessie 
Klein Bernhardt, groceries, se. cor 17th and 

Cajjp 
Kleinschmidt William, saloon, 5 Berry 
Kleyer Ernest, elk with John A. Bauer, r; 

r. 101 Post 
Kline Abraham, fancy goods, 724 Market, 

r. 27 Geary 
Klose Philipp (Kayser & Klose) r. 24 Turk 
JCnapp & Eagan (W. Aug. Kuapp and Geo. 

L. Eagan) patent stones, 240>Montgom- 

ery, rm 6 
KnapiJ Albert (O'Brien & Knapp) r. se. cor 

Fourth and Howard 
Knapp W. Aug. (Knapp & Eagan) r. Mer- 
cantile Library bldg, rm 4 
Knewing Frederick & Co. (Fred. Knewing) 

imps Minton's tiles, 120 Sutter, rm 27 
Knight E. D., corresponding elk U. S. Sur- 
veyor General's office, res 1513 Powell 
Knoche Henry, groceries, 423 Third and 118 

Second, r. 118 Perry 
Knoop Bro»«. (Diedrich and John Knoop) 

groceries, ne. cor Page and Octavia 
Knoop*Diedrich (Knoop Bros.) r. ne. cor 

Page and Octavia 
Knoop John (Knoop Bros.) r. ne. cor Page 

and Octavia 
Knowles Geo. B. (Geo. B. Knowles «fe Son 

and Pease, Wetmore & Co. ) r. 909 Taylor 
Knowles Edwin L. (Geo. B. Knowles & Son 

and Pease, Wetmore & Co.) r. 909 Taylor 



Knudseii it Ireland (J..Kliudseu and Wm. 

Ireland) mdae brokers, 123 Cal, rm 29 
Knudsen J. (Knudsen & Ireland) r. 816 

Jackson 
Koch Fred. (Seeba & Co.) r. sw. cor 24th 

and Howard 
Koeuig Godfrey, r. 1236 Market 
Koenigsberg Wui., cigars and tobacco, 607 

Davis 
Kohlman Saul, stoves and tinware, 761 

, Market 
Eohn Henry, groceries, 408 Folsom, r. 309 

Fremont 
Kohn Joseph, stockbroker, 4 Stevenson bldg, 

r. 109 Grovo 
Komninn Geo., barber with Gqo. Nicholas, 

r. 37 Sacramento 
Korsvig Thos. (Olson & Korsvig and Schoo- 
ner & Korsvig) r. 813 Montgomery 
Kosta Samuel, restaurrtnt. 224 Sixth 
Kowald Eugene, bootblack, r. 213 Third 
Kowalsky Edward, saloon, 627 Davis, r. 27 

Alta 
Kraker Joseph, elk with Deunery k Baum, r. 

651 Folsom 
Kramer John, butcher with Joseph Shanzer 
Kranovellich Vincent, restaurant, 1204 Stock- 
ton, r. Stockton bet Yullejo and Bdwuy 
Kreliiig J. F., propr Tivoli Gardens, 

nw. cor Stockton and Sutter 
Krohn John & Co., dissolved 
Krone A., clerk with Gardiner & Hooker, 

r. Occidental Lodging House 
Kroos & Lieth (John C. Kroos and Nicholas 

Lieth) saloons, se. cor Kearny and Pine 

and 115 Fourth 
Kroos John C. (Kroos & Lieth) r. 522 Pine 
Kuche C, saloon, 530 Pacific 
Knck A Seng.stacke (D. Kuck and A. 

Sengstacke) groceries and liquors, 520 

Pine and ne. cor Mason and Francisco 
Kuck Diedrick (Kuck <Sr Sengstacke) r. 216 

Francisco, rear 
Kuck Johij, brtdr with Joseph Spanier, r. 

9 St. Mary's pi 
Kuhling Anton, toolmkr, ue. cor Fifth and 

Brannan, r. 732 Harrison 
Kuhu Rufus A., elk gen supt's oflfice C. P. 

R. R., r. Occidental Hotel 
Kurz Louis, bakery, 215 Second 



Label &, Kirchuer, fruit, changed to Fred 

Kirchner <k Co., 56 Second 
littdd P. B., atty-at-law, 637 Kearny, r. 

616 Taylor 
Lady Bryan M. Co., Wm. McClintock sec, 

330 Pine, rm 5 
LaflfertyB. F., saloon, 311 Fifth 



Lake & McKoon (Delos Lake and Hasmer 

P. McKoon) attys-at-law, 213-215 San- 
some, r. cor Leavenworth and Yallejo 
Lake Benj. (Maclean & Lake) r. 1424 Clay 
Lake Chas. S. (Duerrer & Lake) r. 1424 Clay 
Lake Delos (Lake tV: McKoon) atty-at-law, 

213-215 Sansome, r. cor Yallejo and 

Leavenworth 
Lamb Wm. H., salesman with J. A. Folger 

& Co., r. 614 Fell 
Lambke Louis, bkpr with W. Pero, r. 835 

Vallejo 
Lamont K. Mrs., dressmkr, 767 Mission 
Land Department University of California, 

J. Ham Harris agt, 728 Montgomery 
Landenburger Louis, saloon, 1725 Mission 
Land.'^berger Isidor (I. Landsber'ger & Co.) 

r. 519 McAllister * 
Lane A., assayer, 618 Merchant r. Webster 

bet Lombard and Chestnut 
Lane James J., saloon, 1317 Mission 
Lang Sz Co., changed to Geo. Lang, 8-10 

Morton 
Lang Gi;o., whol native wines and lifiuors 

8-10 Morton, r. 119 Ellis 
Lange Fred A., saloon, 163 Jsssie 
Lange P. N., saloon, 216 Townsend 
Langer lliidolph, bkpr with Chas. Brown, r. 

227 Second 
Langham Chas. E., salesman with M. J. 

Isaacs & Co., r. 813 Twentieth 
Lasker & Wolf (Julius Lasker and Emil 

Wolf) mirrors, pictures and mouldings, 

111 Post 
Lassen Co. Land and Flume Co., Henry 

Toomy sec. Safe Dejjosit bldg, rm 24 
Lau Albert H., r. 2215 Larkin 
Lauricella M. (Lauricella tt Cassio) r. 1423 

Dupont ' 

Lauterbach & Sijjpel (John Lauterbach and 

Frank E. Sippel .saloon, ne. cor Sutter 

and Dupont 
Lauterbach John (Lauterbach & Sippel) r. 

250 Sutter 
Lautermilch L., mnfr shirts, 9 Geary.rm 14, 

r. 1325 Sacramento 
Laveau Louis, butcher with Louis C. Schus- 

sler, r. 1343 Dupont 
Laventhal Samuel, clothing 54 Third, gent's 

furnishing goods, 60 Third, r. 417 Hyde 
Lavilla R., groceries, 1438 Pacitie, and bkpr 

with A. Giorgiani, r. cor Illinois and 19th 
Lawrence — , saloon, 9 Stevenson 
Lawson W. A., books and st.itionery, 2y, 

Sixth 
Leathers Joseph, boat builder, r. 250 Spear 
Leathers Richard, boat builder, r. 250 Spear 
Leavitt Allen, (Caverly & Leavitt) r. 1524% 

Polk 
liCdjard II. P., mining sec, 240 Mont- 
gomery, rm 14, r. 1103 Mason 
Lee it Wood (Edward Lee and Eugene 

Wood) sign painters, 19th nr Mission 
Lee Edward (Lee & Wood) r. l!)th nr Mis 
Lee Geo., saloon 1 Broadway, r. 246 Third 



Lee Richard H., r. 246 Jessie 

Lehmann S., buttonhole mnfr, 724% Marl^ 

Lnhritter John, barber, Prescott House, r. 

Oakland 
Lehrke Chr. (Chr. Lehrke & Co.) r. Stan- 
ford Hotel 
Lehrke Chr. & Co. (Chr. Lehrke and Mrs. 

Sternitzkey) proprs Stanford Hotel 
Leisen & Duncan (Meas Leisen and Thos. 

Duncan) wines and liquors, 122 Geary 
Leisen Meas (Leisen & Duncan) r. 747 Har 
Leiser John A., boots and shoes, 229^2 

Montgomer)' av, r. 1425 Dnpont 
Lemaire Anton, saloon, lYe. cor Howard and 

Beale, r. 534 Tehama 
Lemar Catherine, widow, confectionerj' and 

varieties, 503 Fourth 
Lemos <t Meyer, drygoods, 1303 Stockton 

and 248 Fourth ' 
Lennon John (Ellis & Lennon) r. 14 Sumner 
Leonard Patrick, grocery, 240 Eitch 
Levantine & Nason, changed to P. Vigizzi 
Levey Chas.. salesman with Wm. Keinsteiu, 

r. 220 Leavenworth 
Levey Isador, V>arber, ll]4 Jackson 
Leviiiiton George, atty-at-law, rm 19 

Safe Dejiosit Bldg, r. 623 Bush 
Levy & Bro., boots and shoes, changed to i 

L. Schall, 1004 Stockton 
Levy A., groceries, se. cor Sutter and Fill- 
more, r. 1933 Sutter 
Levy Benjamin, branch bakery, 107 Fifth 
Levy David L., watches and jewelrj', 61 

Third 
Levy Henry, bkpr with Kragen & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Levy Jacob, gents' furnishing goods, 134 

Second, r. 517 Franklin 
Levy Marcus, salesman with L. E. Levy, r. 

328 Tyler 
Levy Marks (Weinstock & Lubin) r. 931 

Pacific 
Levy Nathan, butcher, 1040 Bryant 
Levy Samuel, second hand furniture, 430 

Third, r. 428 Third 
Levy Solomon (S. Levy & Co.) r. 1624 

Geary 
Lewiu Morriss. drygoods, 1108 St(.ckton 
Lewis & Godsil (Oscar Lewis and John 

Godsil) saloon, 130 Sutter 
Li«wi!>i «!' ]?Ior{;enthal (K. P. Lewis 

and A. Morgenthal) real estate, law and 

collection, 635 Kearuj' 
Lewis Edwin C, saloon, 1011 Battery 
Lewis Oscar (Lewis & Godsil) r. 120 Sutter 
Lewis R. P. & Co.. changed to Lewis & 

Morgenthal 
Libby k Gardner (D. C. Libby and P. 

Gardner) saloon, 24 Stockton 
Libby D. C. (Libby & Gardner) r. 129 Thir- 
teenth 
Licbtensteiu M. & Co., dissolved 
Lida G. & S. Mining Co. (White Pine Co., 

Nev.) A. C. Hammond sec, 401 Califor- 
nia, rm 7 



Lieb Chas. H,, printer, 125 Sansome 

Lieber Leopold (Walter & Lieber) r. 323% 
Austin 

Liebschiitz Chas. fBergez & Liebschiitz) r. 
729 Clay 

Lieth Nicholas (Krooss & Lieth) r. 522 Pine 

Lighthouse Dept Pac Coast 12th Dist, in- 
spector's office 204 Montgomery, engi- 
neer's office 120 Sutter, rm 29 

Likel Morris (Miller & Likel) r. 428 Bdway 

Lincoln & Co. (John W. Lincoln and Ed- 
Vv^ard H. Seaman) gen. com. mchts, 322 
Davis 

Lincoln A. R., sadlery and harness, 2106 
Fillmore, r. 1913 Broadway 

Lincoln Frankie D. Miss, r. 115 Seventh 

Lincoln George S., bookbinder with E. Bos- 
qui & C!o., r. 115 Seventh 

Lincoln Granville H., bootpacker with Buck- 
ingham & Secht, r. 115 Seventh 

Lincoln John W. (Lincoln & Co.) r. 912 
Stockton 

Lincoln Priscilla H., v.'idow, lodgings, 115 
Seventh 

Liud i^ Von Buskirk, asphaltum workers, 
620 Market 

Lind's Alameda Express, 331 East 

Linden Edward, saloon, 611 Davis, r. 47 Sac 

Linehan Mary Mrs., saloon, 40 First 

Linn & Gardella, saloon, changed to Jacob 
Linn, 1306 Dupont 

Linn Jacob, saloon, 1306 Dupont, r. 414 
Filbert 

Lippi B., saloon, 712 Pacific 

Lipsitz Jacob, saloon, 34 Minna 

Lissner L., jewelry, 528 Kearny, r., 523 
Stevenson 

liitclifield J. 91. A Co., merchant tai- 
lors and gents' furnishing goods, 415 
Montgomery 

Lithaiier L. J. (L. J. Lithaiier & Co.) r. 
310% Stockton 

Little A. Miss, operator W. U. Tel. Co. and 
Am. Dist. Tel. Co., r. 708 Lombard 

Littlefield Sheldon (Littlefield. Webb & 
Co.) r. 1710 Clay 

Litzelschvob Antone, saloon, 1032 Kearny 

Livingston David, stajjle and fancy dry 
goods, 1328 Polk 

Liviugton H. D., oculist and aurist, 10 
O'Farrell 

Llewellyn Reese, propr Columbia Foundry, 
133-135 Beale, r. 423 Harrison 

liochliead John, mechanical engineer, 
shop and r. 252 Spear 

Locke C. F., house and sign painter, 1511 
Stockton 

Locke Wm. L., stock elk with Hubbard & 
Co., r. 1606 Van Ness av 

Logan Alexander, horse coUarmkr, 105 Sac- 
ramento, r. 254 Minna 

Logi&n H. & Co. (Hugh Logan and T. 
H. Hatch) butter, cheese, and pro- 
visions and com mchts, 207 Front 



Lyser Albert (B. T. Couger & Co.) and -iice 
priu South Cosmopolitan Grammar 
School, r. 1911 Bush 



1ST 



MacRea A., physician, r. 337 Turk 
Macbeth E. S., physician, 36 Geary, r. 311 

O'Farrell 
MacDowell TItoe$. C, agt Magic Ink- 
stand, etc., 518 Clay, r. 835 Mission 
Macdonald Benj. L., supt California Mills, 

r. 743 Howard 
Mack H. E., agt H. B. Graham i Bro. (St. 

Louis) paper, 507 Montgomery, rm 7 
Mackenzie David L. (Harrison &. Mackenzie > 

2 New ilontgomery 
Maclean & Lake (Benj. Lake) gi-oceries, 7b*y 

Market 
Maoleay & Kelleher, changed to H. Macieay 
Macleay H., fancy dry goods, 910 Ma;ket, 

r. 8 Twelfth 
Madden Dennis (F. W. Clapp & Co.) r. 

447^2 Jessie 
Madsen A. C, saloon, 13 Montgomery av 
Magee Wm. H., general agt, 224 Mont 
Maggini A: Braghettd (G. Maggini and S. 

Braghetta) saloon, 522 Broadway 
Maggini G. (Maggini & Braghetta) r. 522 

Broadway 
Maguer David, horseshoer, 67-69 Stevenson, 

r. 566 Howard 
Mahlman Henry, groceries, 336 Sixth 
Mahoney & Foley (Daniel Mahouey md 

Thos. Foley) horseshoers, 27 Wash 
Mahoney Daniel (Mahoney & Foley) r. 3 

Bowie av 
Maison Henry A. (Denaveaux & Maisou) r. 

627 Green 
Major John J., imp paper hangings and 

window shades, 715 Market 
Major Henry F. (Wrage & Major) r. 424 

Davis 
Malatesta N., real estate, office 614 Wash- 
ington, r. 1300% Stockton 
Mallett R. Mrs., bakerv and confectionery, 

1408^^ Powell 
ManJler John, paper hanger, 10 Mason 
Mangles John, with Mangles Bros., r. sw. 

cor 21at and Howard 
Mann H. R. (Hutchinson & Mann) r. The 

Windsor 
Manuel E., fruit, 13 Washington 
Manufacturers' Insurance Co., fire and ma- 
rine (Boston, Mass.) Joseph C. Jen- 
. uings agent, 302 California 
Marclotf John (Noll <fe Marcloff) r. sw. cor 

Greenwich and Stockton 
Marcus Alfred J. (Marcus Bros. <fe Co.; r. 

701 Stockton 



Logan Hugh (H. Logan & Co.) r. 1918 Sut- 
ter 

Logan James M. (Smith &: Logan) r. 1811% 
Powell 

Long & Pilcher (E. H. Long and Wm. J. 
Pilcher) real estate and business bro- 
kers, 109 Montgomerj' 

Long Edmund H., mining sec (and Long & 
Pilcher) r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Lorenzen Henry, watchmkr with Alfred Bar- 
rett, 44 Second 

Loretz Annie M. Mrs., corset mnfr, 222 Sec- 
ond 

liOrmand Liewis E., merchant tailor, 
37 Ellis, r. cor Bush and Lyon 

IiOn<Ion John Ij., gen com mcht and 
mdse broker, 109 California, rm 12, r. 
2526 Califoi'nia 

Louideck M. Mrs., ilorist. 728 Washington 

Lowenstein J., crockery, 215 Fifth 

Lowenthal Hyman, clothing, 233 Third 

Loweuthal Joseph, second hand clothing, 
927 Market 

Lucas & Co. (John Lucas) proprs Golden 
Gate Plaster Mills, 215-217 Main 

Lucas Anna Getz, preserver natural flowers, 
743 Howard 

Lircas, Gesner <Sr Co., now Lucas k Co. 

Lucas John (Lucas & Co.) r. 530 Folsom 

Liicke Henry, boots and shoes, 648 Wash- 
ingt-on. r. (i46 Washington 

Lucy <$ Donnelly (G. R. Lucy and Patrick 
Donnelly 1 soap mnfrs, ss. Brannan bet 
Eighth and Ninth, off 123 Cal, rm 25 

Ludeman Bros. (Wm. and Adolph Ludeman) 
hardware, 59 Second 

Ludeman Henrv', elk with Richard Gefken, 
r. se. cor Bryant and Eighth 

Ludeman Henry C, elk with Henry Cruse, 
r. sw. cor Dupont and Stockton 

Ludlam Chas. M., dk with Hopkins &. Ha- 
ley, r. 844 Mission 

Luellrtian L. C. H., elk with 0. H. Hass, r. 
3 Dikemau pi 

Luhring Ferdinand, locksmith and machin- 
ist. 27 Morton 

Luhrs k Co. (John Luhrs and John Meyer) 
groceries and H'luors, se. cor Mission 
and Fourth 

Luhrs Carl H , groceries, nw . cor Washing- 
ton and Powell 

Luhrs John (Luhrs \' Co.) r. cor Diipont 
and Broadway 

Lutgen &: Luhrs, groceries, changed to Carl 
H. Luhrs, nw. cor Washington and Pow 

Lutgen John (Wichman & Lutgen) r. cor 
Linden and Laguna 

Lux Peter (Schinkel k Lux) r. 923 Bryant 

Luxich Philip, brtdr with Bozo Radovich, r. 

29 Geary 
Lynch Michael, dk gen supt's off, C. P. R. 

R., r. 171(> Stevenson 
Lynch Michael, groceries, 230 Minna 
Lyons Arthur W. N., silver surgical instru- 
mentmkr, 1 McDermot pi 



JUarcns Bros. A Co. (Alfred J. and 
Ernest F. Marcus) imp glue, chemicals, 
dyestuffs, etc., 322 Clay 
Marcus Ernest F. (Marcus Bros. & Co.) 

r. New Yoi'k 
Mariani Angelo, shoemaker, 810 Sansome 
Mariani Joseph D.. hardware and crockery, 

1028 Dvpont, r. 742 Washington 
Maristany J. (Webster & Co.) r. Russ House 
Markewitz A., money broker, 319 Sansome 
Marks M. (M. Marks & Co. ^ r. 1417 Stockton i 
Marks M. ct Cb. (M. Marks and M. J. j 
Franklin) crockery and glassware. 3y^ \ 
Sixth ' ' I 

Markus Louis, gents' furnishing goods, 1134 } 
Market, r. 462 Jessie i 

Marron Michael, groceries, 337 Fourth, r. 42 | 
Clara i 

Marsh E. B., capitalist, 46.5 Olifornia, up- | 
stairs, res Oakland i 

Marshall Bros. (John and Joseph Marshall) 

saloon, 505 East ! 

Marshall John (Marshall Bros.) 505 East j 
Marshall Joseph (Marshall Bros.) r. 2024 I 
Pine ' I 

Marshall Seth jr., stockbroker Pacific Stock | 
Exchange, r. Oakland I 

Marsicano Patrizio, imp salt, 75 Oregon, r. ! 

sw. cor Broadway and Dupont 
Martens John k Co. (John Martens and H. 
Dittmar) groceries, nw. cor Geai-y and 
Steiner and sw. Geary and Laguna 
Martin Isaac D., salesman with H. L. Levy, 

r. 421 Mason 
Martin Manuel (Furtado & Martin) r. .13 

Clay 
Martin Thos., saloon, 538 Fourth 
Martinache N. J., ociilist and aurist, 5% 

Kearny 
Martinovich Geo., photographer with Jacob 

Shew. r. 103 Steuart 
Martinovich Mathieu S., agt with E. Guit- 

tard tt Co., r. 103 Steuart 
Marwedel C. F., machinists' and engineers' 

supplies, 56 First, r. Oakland 
Marwedel E. H., upholstery trimmings, 56 

First, r. Oakland 
Mason & Co., Oakland, Brooklyn and San 

Francisco Express, 331 East 
Mason-st House, John Kaiser propr, 2125 

Mason 
Mass August W. (Mass & Bathjen, r. 419 

Stockton 

Masson & Eoziere (Amie Masson and Chas. 

Roziere) wines and liquors, 321 Fourth 

Massone & Lacaze (Giiiseppe Massone and 

B. Lacaze) wagonmkrs and blacksmiths, 

619-623 Front 

Mastodon G. & S. M. Co. (White co. Nev.) 

A. C. Hammond sec, 401 Cal, rm 7 
9Iathe CIia»i., groceries, 730 Bush and 

1000 Hyde, r. ne. cor Bush and Mason 
Mather J. W., oft' ne. cor Pine and Sansome 
mathewsou Tho!>>., physician, 533 Kear- 
ny, r. 500 Eddy 



Mattat Chas. G,, cigars and tobacco, 316 

Montgomery av, r. 821 Greenwich 
Matthews & Co. (Wm. K. Matthews and 

Geo. H. Menian) leal estate, 5 Post 
Matthews Henry, real estate, 611 Clay, rm 1, 

r. Oakland 
Matthews Wm. D., jeweler with Jas. Young, 

r. 215 Kearny 
Matthews Wm. R. (Matthews & Co. ) r. 1050 

Howard 
Matthieu Antonio, barber, 187 Jessie 
Matzdorft' Moritz, fruit and toys, 631 Union 
Mausshardt Conrad (Maiisshardt & Hoel- 

scher) r. 623 Fell 
Maxwell W. A., shorthand reporter Probate 

Court, oft" 729 Mont, rm 6, r. Oakland 
May & Bach (Louis May and Isaac Bach) 

proprs Golden Gate Laundry, 1721 Mrkt 
May Frank B., bkpr with Goodwin & Co., r. 

620 Washington 
May F. W., dentist, 531 Valencia 
May Louis (May & Bach) r. 917 Polk 
Mayer Henry, elk with John Niemann, r. 

413 Jones 
Mayer Jacob, saloon, 343 Fifth 
Mayer John (Missler & Mtcyer) r. 1422% 

Washington 
Mayer M., glazier, 716 Washington, r. 3033 

Sixteenth 
Mayhew E. C. (E. C. Mayhew & Bro.) r. 

120 Sixth 
Mayhew E. €. «fc Bro. (E. C. and H. B. 

Mayhew) money and stock brokers, 227 

Montgomery 
McAfee C. Wm., real estate agt, 426 Mont- 
gomery, r. 602 Leavenworth 
McAsey David, brtdr with Martin Fragley, 

r. 268 Brannan 
McBeau P. McG. (Gladding, McBean & 

Co. of Oakland) oft' 213 Market, r. sw. 

cor Geary and Taylor 
McCarrick Frank, butcher, Devisadero nr 

Sutter, r. Broderick nr Post 
McCarthy Chas., advertising elk and col- 
lector The S. F. Mail, r. 1119 Sac 
McCarthy Jeremiah (Douigan & McCarthy) 

r. cor Greenwich and Sansome 
McCarthy T., American Surgery and 

Dispensary, oft' and r. 411 Kearny 
McCarthy 'IVolfe T., groceries, s-w. cor 

Hayes and Buchanan 
McCauley John, plumber and gasfitter, 218 

First, r. 43 Tehama 
McCleod Hugh 11., fruit, 1745 Mission, r. 5 

Ridley 
McClintoek Wui. H., mining sec, 330 

Pine, r. 5, r. 816 Jackson 
McCoUam Thos. W. & Co. (Thos. W. Mc- 

Collam and Geo. Tasheira) whol cured 

fish, 208 Clay 
MoCormick Thos. A. (McCormick, Lewis & 

Co.) r. 324 Tenth 
McCurdy John B., porter with Thos. H. 

Selby & Co., r. 2233 Geary 



McCurrie Chas. H. (McCurrie, Weber & 

Co.) r. lie. cor Buchanan and Cal 
McDermott Bernard (Gavin & McDermott) 

r. 132 Eleventh 
McDonald Neil T., money broker, nw. cor 

Mission and Third, r. C18 Stevenson 
McDonogh Anthony D., saloon, 404 Folsom 
McDonough — , merchant tailor, 11 Tvler, r. 

908 Larkin 
McDowell S. .t Co., now Geo. W. Smith 
AIcEIliiuny P. H., law and collection, 

502 Montgomery, rm 7, r. nw. cor Lar- 
kin and Vallejo 
McEwen W. L. (Morshead & McEwen) r. 

926 Washington 
mcGeogliegau Johu T., mining sec, 

22 Merchants' Exchange, r. ns. 17th 

bet Guerrero and Dolores 
McGinuis H. (t Co. (H. McGinuis) drawer 

envelop mnfts. 724 ^^ Market, rm 27 
McGinnis H. (H. McGinnis & Co.) r. 724% 

Market 
McGovern Chas. C, physician, 9 Geary, rm 

18. r. 1577 Folsom 
Mclnarny Thos,, borseshoer, 19 Tyler, r. 8 

Turk 
Mclnerney & Convey (Timothy M9lnerney 

and Edward Convey ) butchers, 1901 

Hyde 
Mclnemey Timothv (Mclnerney & Convey) 

r. 1213 Union " 
Mclntyre George, carpenter, 749 Folsom, r. 

40 Everett 
Mclver John, porter with Thos. H. Selby & 

Co., r. ss. 24th bet Sanchez and Noe 
McKay <fe Brown (Angus McKay and James 

I). Brown) grocers and provision deal- 
ers, 427 Davis 
McKay Angus (McKay & Brown) r. 330 

Ellis 
McKay David, capitalist, 427 Davis, r. 330 

Ellis 
McKee Logan, elk with Samuel McKee, r. 

Oakland 
McKee Samuel, stock broker, 326% Mont- 
gomery, r. Oakland 
McKelvey «& Smith, house and sign painters, 

136 Post 
McKeon John, saloon, 215 Bush, r. 1113 

Kearny 
McKeown James, brtdr with Joseph O'Neill, 

r. 351 Minna 
McKinley D. A., suj^t Pac. Com. Co., 

r. 1620 Geary 
McKinnon A. C, bkpr S. F. Mail, 325 Kearny 
McKoon Hosiiier P. (Lake & McKoon) att- 

at-law, 213-215 Sansome 
McLaren Chas. S. (EfiFord & McLai-en) r. 

1025 Hyde 
McLaughlin Wm. (Jenkins & McLaughlin) 

1938 Mission 
McLean Joseph E,, cigars, 41% Third, r. 

244 Stevenson 
McLean Kenneth (Hart <t McLean) r. 442 

Minna 



McLennan & McLeod (Chas. McLennan 

and Johu McLeod) shoemkrs, 506 How 
McLennan Chas. (McLennan & Mcleod) r. 

506 Howard 
Itlcl^eod Angus, saloon, 5 Morton, r. 

103 Buchanan 
McLeod John (McLennan & McLeod) r. 506 

Howard 
AIcMechau James, money broker, 438 Cali- 
fornia, r. Grand Hotel 
McMillen W. M. (Street & McMillen) 5 Post 
McMullen J., carptr and Ruilder, 9 Geary, 

rm 9 
McNamara Thos., attv-at-law, 636 Clay, rms 

9-10, r. 911 Van Ness av 
McNerney Patrick (Featherstone & McNer- 

iiey) r. 17 Zoe 
McNulty Bertrand, elk Nineteenth District 

Court, r. 424 Geary 
McNutt James H., elk with Payot, Upbam 

& Co., r. 109 O'Farrell 
McPhetridge M. P., waiter with Peter Heine, 

r. se. cor Battery and Filbert 
McQueen A. W. (Acheson & McQueen) 402 

Front 
McQuilliam Geo. M., blacksmith ^vith J. 

Radczewsky, r. 129 Jackson 
McRoberts W. S., warehouse keeper with 

Edwin Danforth, r. 19th nr Shotwell 
McSwegan & Eeynolds (Joseph McSwegan 

and Michael Eeynolds) plumbers, 2104 

Fillmore 
McSwegan Joseph (McSwegan & Eeynolds) 

r. Larkin bet O'Farrell and Ellis 
Meacham I>. K., wood and coal, hay 

and grain, ts. Mission bet 23d and 24th, 

r. ws. Guerrero bet 25th and 26th 
Meagher D. T., miner, 15 Stevenson's Bldg 
Medau J. & P., cigars and tobacco, changed 

to Henry S. Heineman, se. cor Pacific 

and Dupont 
Median Martin, groceries, 35 Louisa 
Meeker, James A: Co. (David Meeker, 

Wm. James and James Cobbledick) 

carriage and wagon material, hardware, 

etc., 117-119 Market 
Mefford & Co. saloon, se. cor Fourth and 

Bryant 
Meflord James D. (Meiford & Co.) r. 769 

Folsom 
Mehary Wm., saloon, sw. cor Stevenson and 

Second, r. City and County Hospital 
Meherin Bros. (Dennis J., Michael and John 

J. Meherin) com mchts, 525 Front, rm 9 
Meherin Dennis J. (Meherin Bios.) r. Com- 
mercial Hotel 
Mehl & Doll (Fred. Mehl and Wm. Doll) 

butchers, 1239% Folsom 
Mehl Fred. (Mehl k Doll) r. 1239>-i Folsom 
Mehnert Ernst, boot and shoemkr, 507 East, 

r. 66 Oregon 
Meighan John, atty-at-law, 5 Montgomery 

block 
Meiza Agostina, laundress with Louis Payer, 

r. 17 Fourth 



Mellien Ernest W., groceries, sw. cor Ritch 
and Brannan 

Melone Drury, capitalist, 209 Sansome, r. 
Palace Hotel 

Melquiond C, agt, 415 Sansome, r. Oakland 

MelsingGustave, bakery, changed to Schwer- 
iu, Feiilner & Co., 1129 Dupont 

Mendoza Philij} E., barber with C. H. Gibbs, 
r. 44 Tehama 

Menesini A., butcher, 314 Montgomery av., 
r. 2 Telegraph pi 

Menzel A. Mrs., bakery, es. 24th bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia 

Mercer & McAfee, dissolved 

Mercer Robert J., real estate agt and house 
broker, 426 Mont, r. Morton House 

Merchant S. D., mining, 58 Stevenson bldg 

Ulerchauts' Credit Bureau, collec- 
tion agts and settlement insolvent es- 
tates, 123 California, rm 34 

9Ierchant»»' Ins. Co. (of Newark) J. 
Rae Hamilton manager, 221 Sansome 

Merchants' Overland Express Co., Chas. M. 
Smith agt, 434 Montgomery 

Merriam Otis W., capitalist, 240 Montgom- 
ery, rm 7, r. 1006 Bush 

Merritield & Rosen er, changed to Rosener 
Bros. 

Merrill Samuel J., bkpr with Hopkins & 
Haley, r. Oakland ' 

Merslich Dominic, restaurant, 1012 Battery 

Messer Nathaniel T., cashier with H. H. 
Noble & Co., r. 122 Taylor 

Metcalfe James B.. atty-at-law, 615 Kearny, 
r. 238 Taylor 

Meunier L., restaurant, 432% Fifth 

Meyer A. W., physician, 718 Howard 

Meyer Chas. H., saloon, changed to Henry 
Meyer, se. cor Broadway and Front 

Meyer K., florist, 31 Geary, r. cor Sulli- 
van and Stauyan 

Meyer Frederick, cabiuetmkr, 743 Mission 

Meyer Frederick R., saloon, 223-225 Pacific, 
r. 641 Mission 

Meyer Gustave W., salesman with Adolph 
Meyer, r. 228 Bush 

Meyer Henry, r. 1603 Dupont 

Meyer Henry (Caroe & Meyer) 650 Wash 

Meyer Henry, groceries, changed to Wm. 
MoUer, nw. cor Filbert and Dupont 

Meyer Henry, groceries, nw. cor Eleventh 
and Howard 

Meyer Henry, saloon, se. cor Broadway and 
Front 

Meyer John (Luhrs & Co.) r. se. cor Mission 
and Fovirth 

Meyer John H., groceries, nw. cor Third and 
Townsend, and groceries and r, 21 Minna 

Meyer Lewis (Bermann & Meyer) r. 910 
Geary 

Meyer Matthias D., groceries, sw. cor Wash- 
and Stockton, r. 1011 Mason 

Meyer T. Lemmen, com mcht, 258 Market, 
r. 1806 Stockton 



Mezes S. M., real estate, 523 Montgomery 

r, Belmont 
Michalitschke Bros. (Anton and Joseph 

Michalitschke) imps and dealers in cig- 
ars and tobacco, 613 Kearny and sw. 

cor Kearny and Bush 
Michelsen & Danly (H. H. Michelsen and 

S. P. Danly) fruits, ne. cor 19th and 

Mission 
Michelsen H. H. (Michelsen & Danly) r. 

ne. cor 19th and Mission 
Middlehoff Gerret, groceries and liquors, 

nw. cor Laguna and Grove 
Middlehofif Gerret F. , with Gerret Middlehoff, 

r. 707 Laguna 
Middlesworth J. R., wines and liquors, 16 

Market, r. 1006 Market 
Middleton Chas. H., shoemkr with Moore 

& Murphy, r. cor. 6th and Minna 
Middleton John (Middleton & Farnsworth) 

r. sw. cor Geary and Taylor 
MihanJ. B. (J. B. Mihan & Co.) r. 1435 

Pacific 
Mihan J. B. & Co. (J. B. Mihan) house 

brokers and collectors, 505 Washington 
Miliani G., saloon. 7 Vallejo 
Millar David S., elk with H. F. Marsh, r. 

952 Howard 
Millar Wm., (Caflisch & Millar) r. 2247 

Mission 
Millar, W. S., physician, 952 Howard 
Miller & Douglas (John Miller and W. H. 

Douglas) money brokers, 214 Mont 
Miller & Likel (Wm. P. Miller and Morris 

Likel) shoemkrs, 102 Jackson 
Miller Allen D., inventor, r. Tiger Hotel 
Miller John (Miller & Douglas) r. 702 Post 
Miller John A., physician, surgeon and 

apothecary, nw. cor Valencia and 23d 
Miller John H., bootblack stand, 700 Mis- 
sion, r. 702 Stevenson 
Miller Joseph, elk with M. J. Isaacs & Co. 

r. 419 Eddy . 
Miller Morgan, elk, 135 Kearny 
Milloglav Bros. (M. P. and Peter Milloglav) 

proprs New World Restaurant, 138 

Fourth, and restaurant 133 Fifth 
Milloglav Nicholas P., restaurant, se.' cor 

Pacific and Battery 
Mills & Leak (Philo Mills and Mon Le»k) 

manufrs and imps ladies and gents 

gloves, mitts, etc, 15 Sutter 
Minear A. P., mining, oflf 330 Pine, rm 5, 

r. 609 Taylor 
Minor George W., elk Aoothecaries' Hall, r. 

820 Folsom 
Mission Market, se. cor. Mission and 16th 
Missler & Mayer (Benno Missler and John 

Mayer) saloon, 819 Kearny 
Missler Benno (Missler &. Mayer) r. Contin- 

tinental Hotel' 
Missouri Jeremiah, boatman, r. Tiger Hotel 
Mitchell & Chalwin (F. J. Mitchell and J. 

Chalwin) carptrs and builders, 324 Six- 
teenth 




Mitchell D. C, siipt Eastern Cider Co., 719 
Brannau, r. 133 Thirteenth 

Mitchell Ferdinand, barber, 108 Stetiart, r. 
<39 Minna 

Mitchell F. J. (Mitchell k Ohalw-in) r. 13 
Rondell pi 

Mitchell F. H. A. (Brandt k Mitchell! r. 
116 Turk 

Mitchell Georj^f H., stock broker, 326 Pine 

Mitchell Jacob S., house painter, 216 Wash- 
ington, r. 813 Grove 

Mitchell John S., cigar manufr, 430 Jack- 
son, r. 8S. 24th nr Brannan 

Mitchell Wni. L., bkpr with Pease . Wetmore 
& Co., r. 1312 Guerrero 

mix Gui^iare L<., searcher of records, 91 
Montgomery Blk, r. 122 Taylor 

Mock & Ellenberger, pork and provisions, 
39 Grand Central Mrkt, and 61 Centre 
Mrkt 

Mohlfeldt & Wallman (Louis Mohlfeldtand 
Richard Wallman) groceries, nw. cor 
O'Farrell and Jones 

Mohlfeldt Louis (Mohlfeldt & Wallman) r. 
nw. cor O'Farrell and Jones 

Mohrbach N. & Co. (N. Mohrbach) saloon, 
312 Montgomery av 

Mohrbaoh Nicolas (N. Mohrbach & Co.) r. 
1416 Powell 

Mohs E., physician and surgeon, 224 Kear 

MoUer John H., elk with Hermann Popp, 
nw. cor Pacific and Davis 

MoUer William, groceries, nw. cor Filbert 

4 and Dupont 

MoUoy Michael, groceries, 305 Fourth, r. 
207 Sixth 

Moloney John W., 8aloon,^220 Broadway 

Moloney Patrick, tinsmith, r. 595 Sixth 

Monroe & Rowley (Francis 8. Monroe and 
Chas. H. Rowley) real estate agts, 644 
Market 

Monroe Francis S. (Monroe k Rowley) 644 
Market 

Monrow C. W. & Co., com mchts, A. B. 
Gilbert manager, 211 Clay 

lIoiitgoiner.v Charles, propr Mont- 
gomery's Hotel, 227-229 Second and 
Bible Truth Depot, 75 New Montgom- 
ery, r. 227 Second 

Mooney Hugh, groceries, sw. cor Capp and 
19th 

Moore & Murphy (John Moore and John 
Murphy) Vjoots and shoes, 138 Fifth 

Moore Alfred S., -mth W. G. Jobson, r. ne. 
cor Page and Buchanan 

Moore Calvin, dentist, 765 Market 

Moore Jacob, stockbroker, 330^ Montgom- 
ery, r. 248 Fourth 

Moore John (Moore & Murphy) r. 16 Moss 

Moore Philip D.. mining sec, 432 
Montgomery, rm 1, r. 31 Glen Park av 

Moore Sylvester, wood, coal, hay and grain, 
835 Valencia 

Moral N. & Bro. (Nathan and Siegfried 
Moral) dry goods, 222 Third 



Moral Nathan (N. Moral S: Bro.) r. 712 
I Folsom 

Moral Siegfried (N. Moral it Bro.) r. 712 

Folsom 
Moreal H. P., collector with McKenna & 

Greany, r. 525 Green 
Moreau Eugene, machinist and modelmkr, 

212 Leidesdortt, r. 417 Minna 
9IoreI Albert, dentist, 836 Market, r. 

426 Geary 
Morgeustern Adolph, r. 427 Natoma 
niorgenstern Alfred W., butcher, 

• 546 Third and 7 Berry, r. 544 Third 
Morgenstern Louis, r. 427 Natoma 
Morgeustern M.. broker, 436 MontgomeiT, 

r. 221 Turk 
Moritz M., capitalist. 238 Montgomery, r. 9 

Russ 
Moron Benjamin (Benjamin Moron & Co.) 

r. 1910 Stockton 
Moron Benjamin & Cu. (Benjamin Moron) 

com mcht, 422 Davis 
Morris A Sou (Da-vid and Theodore 

Morris) locksmiths, bell hangers and 

machinists, 1045 Market 
Morris Adolph, mcht tailor, 58 Third, 

r. 2034 Mission 
Morris David (Morris ic Son) r. 1045 Mkt 
Mori'is L. & Son, 33 Second 
Morris, Schwab <te Co. (Wm. Morris, Joseph 

Schwab and John F. Kennedy) pictiires 

and artists materials, 19 and 21 Post 
Morris Theodore (Moms & Sou) r. 1045 

Market 
Morrison H. J., cook Tiger Hotel 
Morshead & McEwen (John W. Morshead 

and W. L. M. Ewen) proprs City Front 

Livery Stable, 21-25 Washington 
Morshead John W. (Morshead & McEwen) 

r. 1826 Eddy 
Morton Frederick S., salesman with Oscar 

Foss, r. 49 Natoma 
Morton W. H., cigars and tobacco, 16 

Market, r. 1016 Webster 
Mosebach «fe Johnston (Henry Mosebach 

and J. P. Johnston) groceries, 340 

Third 
Mosebach Heurv (Mosebach »t Johnston) r. 

340 Third * 
Mountain John J., carpets and oilcloths, 

1020 Market, r. 317 Geary 
Mourgeanna M. Mme., hair restorative, 1236 

Market 
S^owrj' Geo. B. (Chas. Alpers & Co.) r. Ivy 

nr Buchanan 
Mowrv L. I. (Tompkins & Mowry) atty-at- 

law, 636 Clay, r. 1729 Broadway 
Mozart Edwin H., furniture broker, r. 528 

Ellis 
Muck George, mining, 27 Stevenson bldg, r. 

Prescott House 
Muir Alexander, frames and pictures, 209 

Second 
Muhlendorf Hugo, bkpr with Colman Bros. 



MUL 



31 



NOR 



Muldoon M. (Mnldoon, Seregni & Co.) r. 

Louisville, Ky 
Muldoou, Seregni i: Co. (M. JVIuldoou, F. 

Seregui, John Walton imd Chas. Cobb) 

designers and iniprs nionitments, statu- 
ary, etc., "24 Post 
Mulford Geo. A., jeweler and money broker, 

102 Fourtli, r. 28 Ellis 
Mniler C, shoemkr witli Moore <fe Murphy, 

r, 439 Minna 
Muller Otto J., barber, 262 Eighth 
Munk R. k Co. (Richard MunkandJ. H. 

Housnian') job printers, 769 Market 
Hunk Richard (R. Muuk & Co.) r. 237 Stev 
Munson F. jr., pictures and frames, 124 

Post, r. Russ House 
Murphy & Gallagher, plumbers, changed to 

Patrick H. Murphy, 3 Ninth 
Mui'phy Edmond, harnessmkr, 2013 Mission 
Mnrphy John liuttrell. atty-at-law, 

240 Mont, rms 9-10, r. Rush House 
Murphy John (Moore & Murphy ) r. 19 

Langton 
Murphy Patrick H., tinsmith, plumber and 

gastitter, 3 Ninth, r. ws. Dolores bet 

27th and 28th 
Murray Isaac (Murray & Co.) r. 416 Minna 
Murray John (Murray & Co.) r. 416 Minna 
Murray J. R., salesman Cal. Oilcloth Mnfg 

C-o., 112 Fourth 
Murray "VVm. (Murray & Co.) r. 416 Minna 
Musgrove Joseph, dk general supt office C. 

P. R. R., r. Morton House 
Musto John, elk with A. Beiso, r. sw. cor 

.19th and Valencia 



Nagie Henry P., student, r. 5% Kearny 
Napa fiioda Spriugs, John T. Ward & 

Co., agents, 130 Geary 
Nardini Antonio (A. Nardini <fe Co.) r. 318 

. Broadway 
Nardini Giovanni, saloon, 318 Broadway 
Nassau Wm. M., barber, 2003 Mission, r. 2 

Goldman pi 
Nast & Greenzweig, imprs jewelry, 418-420 

Market 
Naunton Geo., British shipping master, 524 

Battery, r. 1719 Sacramento 
Naunton Robert H., elk with British Consul, 

r. 1116 Jackson 
Naylor Chas. E., bkpr with Davis S.M. Co., 

r. 9 Ninth 
Negroni C, physician, 417 Bush 
IVeill Wm. M., commission merchant, 

204 California, rm 6 
Nelson Albert N., propr Oriental Sample 

Rooms, 101 Washington 
Nelson John ( Adams & Nelson ) r. SOI 

Greenwich 



Nelson S. P., foreman with Nathan Rogers, 

r. 102 Francisco 
Nelson Wm. F., elk with Francis H. Druifel, 

r. 2004 Powell 
Neuberg »fe Black, changed to Adolph Neu- 

bor^ 
Neuberg Adolph, mnfr shirts, 120 Sutter, 

rm 7, r. Alameda 
Nenlens Jules B., Horist, 715 Vallejo 
Neumann A'lbert, mnfg jeweler, 9 Geary, rm 

22, r. 923 Tyler 
Nevada Chief G. & S.M. Co. (White Pine 

Co., Nev.) A. C. Hammond, sec, 401 

California, rm 7 
New Bedford Oil Clothing Co., Aaron Cutter 

agent, 115 Davis 
New England Tunnel and Smelting Co. (Tu- 
lare Co., Cal.) A. C. Hammond sec, 

401 California, rm 7 
New Wisconsin Hotel, Richard and Mrs. 

John Trembath propi's, ne. cor Mont- 
gomery and Pacific 
Newloerg A, A. (N. Doyly it(!o.) r. 427 Sut- 
ter 
NewLerg Frederick T., civil engineer C. P. 

R. R., r. 307 Gougb 
l^ewell Kate Mrs., furniture, 872 Folsom 
Newmark Simon, r. 1312 Larkin 
Nicholas Geo., barber, 37 Sacramento 
Nicholas Geo., fruits and dairy produce, 

1514 Dnpont 
Nichols Jesse C, elk with W. T. Wennell, r. 

831 Howard 
Nichols Sheldon R., insurance broker, 215 

Sansome, r. Oakland 
Nicol Wm., collector, 605 Sac, r. 26 Clara 
Nicoletti Domenico (B. Domenicie & Co.) r. 

1335 Dupout 
Niebla Enrique, barber with A. Sandoval, r. 

213 Third 
Niemann John, groceries, 4i;> Jones 
Niepp Frederick (Von Duren <fe Niepp) r. 

nw. cor Liberty and Townsend 
Nittinger Edward, mnft Cal. Quartz Paste, 

factory cor 23d and Noo, off 137 Mont- 
gomery, rm 5 
Nobmann Frederick, propr Oberon Dining 

Rooms, 225 Kearny, r. 629 Bush 
Nolan James C. (Nolan Bros.) r. 416 Tyler 
Nolan P. F. (Nolan Bros.) and whol boots 

and shoes, 514 Market 
Nolan W. H. & Co., changed to P. F. Nolan 
Nolen M. J., attj'-at-law, 519 Montgomery, 

r. Oakland 
Noll & Marcloff (John A. Noll and John 

Marcloff) upholsterers, 642 Filbert 
Noll John A. (Noll & Marcloff) r. 644 Filbert 
Norcross D. & Co. (D. Norcross) regalia and 

military goods mnfrs, 6 Post 
Norcross D. (D. Norcross & Co.) r. Russ 

House 
Nordbrugh Henry, groceries, 642 Jackson, r. 

510 Filbert 
Norris J. H., collector, 415 Montgomery, rm 

1. r. 1219 Bush 



North American Life Insurance Co. (of New 
York) James E. Garniss agt, 13 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 

North Modoc Consolidated Silver M. Co. 
(Inj'o CO. Cal.) Edward Bennison sec 
405 California, up stairs 

IVortham N. W. di €o. (N. W. Northam 
and B. Tallmadge) wood, coal, hay, 
grain and lime, nw. cor Eddy and 
Steiner 

Northam N. W. (N. W. Northam & Co.) r. 
1112 Pierce 

Northern King M. & M. Co. (Arizona) H. P. 
Ledyard sec, 240 Montgomery, rm 14 

Northern Light G. & S. M. Co. (Shasta co. 
Cal.; F. S. Monroe sec, 302 Mont, rm 15 

Norton John, r. Tiger Hotel 

Nugent John, candj'mkr with T. C. Hoff- 
man & Co., r. 405 Folsom 



o 



O'Brien & Kuapp (Dennis O'Brien and Al- 
bert Knapp) junk, 622 Battery 
O'Brien & O'Keefe (Jeremiah O'Brien and 

John O'Keefe) wood and coal, 1623 Pow 
O'Brien Dennis, junk, changed to O'Brien 

<fe Knapp, 622 Battery 
O'Brien Dennis, saloon, 1009 Kearny, r. cor 

15th and Howard 
O'Brien George, junk, 9 Broadway 
O'Brien James, saloon, 172 Minna 
O'Brien Jeremiah (O'Brien & O'Keefe) r. 

1623 Powell 
O'Connor Bridget Miss, branch bakery. 111 

Fifth 
O'Connor Dennis, lab, r. Tiger Hotel 
O'Connor Edmund M., bkpr with M. Buck- 

lej', r. ne. cor T^^ler and Fillmore 
O'Connor James, saloon, 114 Second, r. 328 

Minna 
O'Connor Mary Mrs., propr Pacific Hotel, 

115 First 
O'Connor M. J., saloon, 131 Third 
O'Connor P. J., architect, 5 Post 
O'Dea Maitin (Dunnigan & O'Dea) r. 215 

Mason 
O'Donnell Anthony, carptr, r. 517 Vallejo 
O'Dounell Chas. C, physician, 808 Kearny, 

r. 821 M Kearny 
O'Donnell John, machinist with Cornelius 

O'Donnell, r. Tiger Hotel 
O'Keefe John (O'Brien & O'Keefe) r. 1623 

Powell 
G'Leary John, groceries and liquors, 518 

Mission 
O'Malley Thos. J., stevedore and extraman 

Truck No. 2, S. F. Fire Dept, 334 

Greenwich 
O'Neill Henry S., chimney cleaner, 407 

Bush, r. 204% Eddy 



O'Neill J. C, physician, surgeon and 
apothecary, ne. cov 22d and Folsom 

O'Neill Joseph, wines and liquors, 124 
Fourth 

O'SheaiFames T., r. 141 Natoma 

O'Sh^a Thos., painter, r. 141 Natoma 

0'Shi\ughnessy & Enright (Patrick O'Sha- 
ughnessy and John Enright) groceries, 
sw. cor Folsom and Main 

O'Shaughnessy Patrick (O'Shaughnessy & 
Enright) r. sw. cor Folsom and Main 

O'Sullivan Timothy, saloon, 19 Montgomery 
av, r. 429 Clementina 

O'Toole James, shoemkr, 633 Da\-is, r. ws, 
Webster bet Lombard and Chestnut 

Oates John, saloon, 534 Pacific, r. Wisconsin 
Hotel 

Obermeyer & Burns (T. F. A. Obermeyer 
and Joseph T. Burns) groceries, 1501 
Folsom 

Obermeyer T. F. A., groceries, changed to 
Obermeyer & Burns, 1501 Folsom 

ObristJ. (F. Delarewell & Co.) r. Califor- 
nia Hotel 

Obrock J. D., veterinary surgeon, 1324 Mar- 
ket, r. 1026 Folsom 

Odell A. Miss, elk Mith Geo. T. Hanley & 
Co., se. cor Mission and Sixth 

Offcrmann Wm., groceries, 1332 Folsom 

Olcovich Joseph (Olcovicb Bros.) 506 Mar- 
ket, r. 614 Sutter 

Oliver Chas. P., waiter with Constantine & 
Alex, r. 719 Vallejo 

Oliver & Elder, dissolved 

Oliver Henrv, printer and engraver, 518 
Clay, r. 34 Erie 

Olsen Hans C, chop house, ss. Berry bet 
Third and Fourth, r. 4 Haggin 

Olsen John, saloon, 27 Pacific 
j Olson & Peterson (John E. Olson and 0. 
Peterson) saloon, 1110 Battery 

Olson Gustav, cooper, 4 Oregon, r. 2220 
Hvde 

Olson John E. (Olson & Peterson) r. 1110 
Battery * 

Orans John W., carptr, r. 738 Howard 

Oro Fino M. Co., Wm. H. McClintock sec, 
330 Pine rm 5 

Orr J. K. (Orr & Atkins) r. San Rafael 

Orvis 0. D., pianos, 3 Stockton 

Osborn Edward E., designer, 429 Montgom- 
ery, r. 720 Leavenworth 

Osgood & Stetson, changed to James B. 
Stetson, 115-117 Front 

Otey Mercer, mining sec, 215 Sansome, rm 
6, r. 1007 Sutter 

Otis Frederick M., elk with D. de Castro & 
Co., r. 821 Sutter 

Ott Joseph, saloon, 820 Battery 

Otten Peter, groceries, 1236 Dupont, r. 15 
Hinckley 

Ottley Thos., salesman with Wm. A. Bahr, 
r. 28 Turk 

Overton Chas. P., bkpr with W, B. Sum- 
ner & Co., r. 8 Virginia 



Pacific Coast Board and Room Bureau, and 

8. F. Boarding and Lodging House As- 
sociation, Eowley & Fowler managers, 

540 Caliiornia 
Pacific Coast ShipperM' ladex, Cor- 

ran & Co. publishers, 518 Clay 
Pacific Diamond Gaslight Co., C. O. Phar- 

rer manager, off 417 Kearny 
Pacific Edge Tool Wks, W. F. Palmer propr. 

ns. Berry bet Fourth and Fifth 
Pacific Land Investment Co., A. E. Davis 

pres. 20-22 Nevada blk 
Pacific Proprietary Medicine Co., D. L. 

Munson pres, 1238-1240 Market 
Page Byran, elk with G. F. and W. H. Sharp, 

r. 730 Post 
Page J. H., (Coffin & Page) r. Oakland 
Paillard A. E. (M. J. Paillard & Co.) r. 

New York 
Pailard M. J. &. Co. (A. E. JuUerat and A. 

E. Paillard) mufrs musical boxes, etc., 

120 Sutter, rms 5-6 
Palmer & Tripp (Joseph D. Palmer and 

Hiram L. Tripp) fancy goods, 1026 

Market 
Palmer Joseph D. (Palmer <k Tripp) r. 1026 

Market 
Palmer Thos. F. (Palmer Bios.) r. 235 

O'Farrell 
Palmer, Tripp & Theler, changed to Palmer 

& Tripp 
Palmer W. F., edge toolmkr, ns. Berry bet 

Fourth and Fifth, r. 730 Fourth 
Palmieri Egisto, tlraughtsman with T. B. 

Taylor & T. P. Gay nor, r. 738 Howard 
Pander Ezekiel, stoves and tinware. 32 

Geary, r. 525 Tyler 
Pannill W., auctioneer, 402 Montgomery, r. 

613 Valencia 
Pape A. M. Mme., dressmaker, 248 Third 
Pape Geo. F., tinsmith, 1526 Stockton 
Paqiiet D., harness and saddlery, 510Bdway 
Parent Chas. L. jr., carptr with Chas. L. 

Parent, r. 216 Shotwell 
Parker Chas. G. (B. Grave & Co.) r. 1112 

Leavenworth 
Parker S. S. C. (Brooke, Parker & Co.) r. 

28 Second av 
Parker \V. C. & Co., dissolved 
Parser \V. T., bakery and fancy goods, 1500 

Powell 
Parks & Heuirmann, expressmen, changed to 

John Parks, se. cor Pacific and Stockton 
Parks John, expressman, se. cor Stockton 

and Pacific, r. 24 Stockton 
Parry & Co. (I. and A. M. Parry) printers, 

423 Washington 
Parry A. M. (Parry & Co.) r. 1317 Natoma 
Parry I. (Parry & Co.) r. 604 Guerrero 
Pastene & Arata (Antoine Pastene and Louis 

Arata) whol fruit and produce, 515 Da- 



Paul & Brown (A. Edward Paul and Chas. 

Brown) saloon, 331 East 
Paul A. Edward (Paul & Brown) r. 1414 

Kearny 
Paulsen Julius (Giesen & Paulsen) r. 246 

Minna 
Payer Louis, laundry, 37 Geary 
Peace I. H., gnu and locksmith, 2011 Mis 
Pearson Nelse, brtdr with Adam Smith, 633 

Sacramento 
Pease Giles M% physician, 123 Ellis 
Pease, Wetmore & Co. (Wm. C. Pease, Geo. 

B. Knowles and Son and Wm. N. Wet- 
more) props San Francisco Mills, sw. 

cor Howard and Main 
Pease Wm. C. (Pease, Wetmore & Co.) r. 

815 Lombard 
Pechner Robert B., clothing cutter, r. 14 

Harriet 
Peck & Eisenbach (S. Peck and I. P. Eisen- 

bach) whol jewelers, 109 Sansome 
Peck A. I., mining expert, 27 Stevenson 

bldg, r. 822 Bush 
Peclc E. A., com stock broker and mining 

sec, 27 Stevenson bldg, r. 822 Bush 
Peck John, bootmkr, 18 Montgomery av, r. 

823 Pacific 
Peck Philip, merchant, off 109 Sansome, r. 

212 Sutter 
Peck S., mnfrs Denim goods, 109 Sansome, 

r. 212 Sutter 
Peck Solomon (Peck »fe Eisenbach) r. 212 

Sutter 
Peck S. C, gents' furn goods, 25 Kearny, 

r. 121 Powell 
Peirce W. H., salesman with S. Hartman & 

Bro., r. 175 Fourteenth 
Pellegrini Fred. P., artist and fresco painter, 

108 Sutter, r. 517 Greenwich 
Pelton John C. jr., draughtsman, 330 Pine, 

rm 51, r. 1510 Pine 
Pendergast James, limg testing machine, r. 

609 Jackson 
Pendergast James A., com mcht, 206 Clay, 

r. ne. cor. Pine and Broderick 
Pendleton A Co. (Benjamin F. Pen- 
dleton) real estate agts, 737 Markt, rra 9 
Pendleton Benjamin F. (Pendleton «fe Co.) 

737 Market 
Pera F. & Co. (Francisco Pera and Giovanni 

Domenici) shoemkrs, 413 Broadway 
Pera Francisco (F. Pera & Co.) r. 413 

Broadway 
Percy Donald H., physician, 112 Rear 
Percy G. W., architect, 120 Sutter, rm 81 
Perdrix Jean, bakery 1518 Stockton 
Perniat Elias, candies, fruits and nuts, 911 

Kearny 
Perpoli Pracidio & Co. (Pracidio Perpoli 

and Bassotti Virgilio) wood and coal, 

608 Broadway 
Perpoli Pracidio (Pracinio Perpoli & Co.)r. 

nw. cor Mason and Pacific 
Perry David, carpenter and builder, 47 Third, 

r, 115 Turk 



Perry James W., whiteuer, r. Golden Gate 

Hotel 
Peru Win., hulooii, 626 Sac, r. 835 Yallejo 
Pescin Joseph, medical student with A. A. 

O'Neil, r. 318 Broadway 
Peters John, saloon, 1007 Battery 
Peters P. L., artist, 120 Sutter, rm 47 
Peters Wm., confectionery, 118 Taylor 
Petersen Hans, restaurant, 24 Howard 
Petersen Neal, (Simonsen & Petersen) r. 

ws. Dupont, bet Union %pd Filbert 
Peterson O., (Olson & Peterson) r. 1110 

Battery 
PewJ. Vv.. mining sec, 419 California, 

rm 4, t. 1001 Sutter 
Pezzolo Giovanni & Co. (Giovanni Pezzolo 

and Michele Jordono) saloon, 1234 Dupt 
Pezzolo Giovanni (Giovanni Pezzolo & Co.) 

r. 1234 Dupont 
Pferdner Bros., ink and mucilage, 12 Mont 
Pfortner Cha»., .saloon, 15 Ninth 
Pharrer C. N., real estate and manager Pa- 
cific Diamond Gaslight Co., off and r. 

417 Kearny 
Phelan James, contractor, r. 1523 Leav 
Phelps Chas. H., milkman, r. 1431 Mission 
Pbcenix lus.. Co. (Of Brooklyn) "\Vm. J. 

Stoddart, agt, off 215 Sansome 
Phillips & Hamilton (Henry Phillips and 

Wm, F. E. Hamilton) saloon, 162 First 
Phillips Henry (Phillips & Hamilton) r. 162 

First 
Phillips M. 6: Co. (Of Honolulu) 217 Pine 
Pickens J. H., register elk County Court, r. 

643 Folsom 
Pickens, Joseph A., mdse broker, 202 Cal, 

r. 2311 Howard 
PierucJni S., restaurant, 526 Broadway 
Pilcher Wm. J. (Long & Pilcher) r. Oakland 
Pillsbury E. S., (Greene & Pillsbury) attys- 

at-law, 420 California, r. South Park 
Pima Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Pima 

Co., Arizona) Philip D. Moore sec, 432 

Montgomery, rm 1 
Pioneer Night Contractors Co., 

Wm. Watts sec, 313 Dupont 
Pirrie Wm., bkpr with John Zeigenbaum & 

& Co., r. 1263 Twelfth, Oakland 
Pitz J., watches, jewelry, music boxes, etc., 

1043 J;'i Market 
Pizzala Carlo, sausagemkr, 1132 Dupont 
Plath John H., carriage manufy, 715 Folaom, 

r. cor. Cole and Carl 
Piatt Charles H., second hand bldg materials, 

634 Third, r. G'A Liberty 
Plummer J. A., mcht, 222 Clay, r. 208 

O'Farrell 
Plummer Wm. P. (Roe & Plummer) r. 62 

Tehama 
Plunkett Joseph (Clark ii Plunkett) r. 

Clementina nr Fourth 
Poheim «fc Lancaster, changed to Joseph 

Poheim 
Potaeim Joseph, mcbttnilor, 103 Third, 

r. 116 Shipley. 



Pohlker John H., groceries, nw. cor 

Howard and 26th 
Pollard W. H. (Webster & Pollard) r. Ala- 
meda 
Poncini M. & Co. (M. Poncini) restaurant, 

308 Montgomery av 
Poncini M. (M. Poncini tt Co.) r. nw. cor 

Dupont and Yallejo 
Pope Wm. H., (Harned & Pope) r 214 Ellis 
Poppen John F., saloon 304 Pacific 
Porporato Francisco, vegetable and dairy 

produce, 1224 Dupont 
Porter A. A., wines and liquors, 432 Cali- 
fornia, r. 830 Post 
Post Stanley, rubber stamp mkr with F. M. 

True worthy 
Postel A. & Co. (Amandus Postel and John 

D. Ahlers) groceries, sw. cor 23d and 

Valencia 
Postel Amandus (A. Postal & Co.) r. sw. 

cor. Valencia and 23d 
Postel Arnold, dk with A. Postel & Co., r. 

sw. cor Valencia and 23d 
Postel Bros., changed to A. Postel & Co. 
Potter A. W., (Potter, Fuller & Co.) r. 900 

Van Ness av 
Potter Wlllard D. k Co. (WillardD. Potter) 

collectors, 9 Geary, rm 8 
Potter Willard D. (Willard D. Potter & Co.) 

V. Lick House 
Pouvreau J., tinsmith, 1408 Dupont 
Powell Frank, elk with A. H. Todd & Co., 

r. 1809 Taylor 
Powers Peter, elk with Berry, Wolfskill <fe 

Co. r. 444 Minna 
Pracy Geo. T.. machinist, 109-111 Mission, 

r. ne. cor 23d and Church 
Prang Eichard, wines and liquors, ne. cor 

Drumm and Merchant 
Prendergast John (Prendergast & Doherty) 

r. 9 Nevada 
Prentice Edwin H., manager S. F. Busi- 
ness Agency, 9 Geary, rm 2, r. 810 

Taylor 
Prescott Geo. W. A Co. (Geo. W. 

Prescott and N. L. Drew) whol hunber, 

4 California 
Pring Elijah J., physician and apothecary, 

422 Pacific, r. 522 Shotwell 
Proffatf John, atty-at-law, 50 Mont blk 



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Quade Otto, stoves and tinware, 207 Sixth, r. 

1060 Howard, rear 
Quaid David (Connor & Quaid) r. 8 Louisa 
Queen M. Co., Wm. H. McClintock, sec, 330 

Pine, rm 5 
Quilkin Annie Mrs., candies and fancy 

goods, 673 Mission 



Rabel Louis, brtdr with C. Buechi, sw. cor 
Keariiy and Morton 

Racich Audrea, liquor and coffee saloon, 419 
Davis 

Kadovich Bozo, whol liquors, 29 Geary, r. 
808 California 

KaHerty James, saloon, 1136 Market 

Rahwyler Jk Golly» changed to Abra- 
ham Rahwyler 

Rahwyler Abraham, watches and 
jewelry, 102 Third, r. 1 Telegraph pi 

Rahlman Fred., elk with H. J. Hinck, r. se. 
cor Ellis and Polk 

Eaiuville Henry E., carriagemkr, 228 Mis 

Ralston & Gray (Edward Ralston and Dud- 
ley M. Gray ) proprs Eureka Straw Wks, 
115 Sixth 

Ralston Edward (Ralston <fe Gray) r. 523% 
Natoma 

Ramm H. & Co. (Herman Ramm) saloon, 
40 Geary and 612 Battery 

Ramsay Leter, saloon, 903 Kearny 

Rank Cyrus P., mcht, 125 Sausome, rm 46, 
r. sw. cor Eighth and Market 

Ranken H. A- C (Herman and Chas. 
Ranken) wines and liquors, se. cor Sey- 
enth and Market 

Raukin, Brayton Jk Co. (Ira P. Ran- 
kin and A. P. Brayton) proprs Pac. 
Iron Wks, 127-135 First 

Rankin Ira P. (Rankin, Brayton & Co.) r. 
711 Post 

Ranlett Horace D., mining and com 
agt, 218 California, r. Oakland 

Ranson Lyman W., justice of the peace, 
804 Montgomery, r. 1606 Howard 

Rapozo M. S., shoemkr, 415 Drumm 

Rathjen Henry (Mass & Rathjenj r. 419 
Stockton 

Raveley S. W. (Crane & Rareley) r. 555 
Natoma 

Raye Alfred P., carpets, oilcloths and up- 
holstery goods, 756 Market, r. ws. Polk 
bet Turk and Tyler 

Raymond <fc Ely M. Co. (Pioche, Nev.) J. 
W. Pew, sec, 419 California, rm 4 

Read, Blood dc €o. (J. G. Read and 
Wm. F. Blood) oil and com mchts, 9 
Drumm 

Read J. G. (Read, Blood & Co.) r. 16 Stock 

Read Nat., saloon, 1146 Mission 

Reardon Dennis, shoemkr with Joseph R. 
Cohnreich, r. 13th ur Market 

Reardon Robert S., butcher, 5 New Metro- 
politan Mkt, r. 743 Folsom 

Reaume Edmond, shoemkr, 315 Mont av 

Redwine Louis P.. tailor, se. cor Fulton and 
Buchanan 

Reese John, barber. 402 Phoiric, r. 1226 
Eddy 

Reeve Geo. F. jr., saUsmitn with •). M. 
Litchfield & Co., r. 1921 Taylor 



Reichling Caspar ^Geo. Snyder & Co.) r. 
126 Park av 

Reid John, mcht tailor, 907% Market 

Reidlinger Edward, saloon, 925 Kearny, r. 
834 Vallejo 

Reimbold J. C, groceries, 131 Eleventh 

Reinking & Lane, dissolved 

Remer John A., architect, r. 17^1 Buchanan 

Rennert Fred (Franco <fc Rennert) r. 317% 
Union 

Reppin Gustave, barber, 903 Kearny, r. 627 
Vallejo 

Reynolds Benjamin A., atty-at-law and col- 
lector, 626 Washington, r. 1518 Pac av 

Reynolds Frank P., mining sec, rm 24 Safe 
Deposit bldg, a. Oakland 

Reynolds Leonard, atty-at-law, 626 Wash- 
ington, r. 1518 Pacific av 

Reynolds Michael (McSwegan & Reynolds) 
r. 6 Leroy pi 

Reynolds Wm. T., mining, rm 24 Safe 
Deposit bldg, r. Oakland 

Rice H. W., straw burning engine works, 
56 Bluxome bet Fourth and Fifth, r. 
Haywood 

Richter Harris, machinist with F. B. Schoen- 
stein. r. Natoma bet First and Second 

Richter Otto, saloon, 135 Post 

Rieger P. <fe Co. (Paul Rieger) mnfr flavor- 
ing extracts, 511 Front 

Riepe J. A., engraver, 614 Merchant, r. Cal- 
ifornia bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Ries L., land agt, 607 Washington 

Riley Allen J., fruit and confectionery, 356 
Fourth 

Ringen Peter, saloon, 11« Washington, r. 
604 Lombard 

Riordan Frank, groceries, se. cor Howard 
and Tenth 

Riphenburgh Wesley, livery stable, 102 Clark 

Rltter A., watchmkr and jeweler, 303 
Kearny, r. 6 Bernard 

Rivas Isaac, physician, 36 Geary 

Roberts Richard M. (Roberts A' Kearny) r. 
826 Filbert 

Roberts Robert E., molder, 1243 Mission 

Roberts Wm. H. (Kelly & Roberts) sw. cor 
Fifth and Natoma 

Robertson Alex. M., salesman with C. Beach, 
i: 709 Ellis 

Robiu Adrien, whol and ret liquors, 614 
Fourth 

Robinet E., com agt, 509 Ke&rny, r. 772% 
Folsom 

Robinson & Sauvielle (A. W, Robinson and 
Mathew Sauvielle) 'mining and gen busi- 
ness agts, 605 Montgomery 

Robinson A. W. (Robinson and Sauvielle) 
r. 317 Third 

Robinson R. A., collector, 610 Merchant, r. 

11 RUBB 

Roohin Geo., manager with Smith Si Rochin, 

r. 337 Bush 
Rochin M. (Smith &, Rochin) r. nw. cor 

Mission and Sixth 



Roe & Plummet (Geo. H. Roe and Wm. P. 

Plummer) money brokers, 4 Steuart 
Roe Geo. H. (Roe & Plummer) r. Oakland 
Roes Louis B. W., propr Roes saloon, se. 

cor Front and Oregon, r. 1509 Leav 
Roettger F., contractor and builder, Devisa- 

dero bet Bush and Sutter, r. Sutter bet 

Broderick and Lyon 
Rogan Edward, gents' furnishing and opti- 
cal goods, 803 Market 
Roger Leon, elk -with Alfred Gros, r. 702 

Washington 
Rohde August (Rohde Bros.) r. 2 Jasper pi 
Rohde John, groceries, sw. cor Clay aud 

Taylor, r. 19 Yerba Buena 
Rohde Peter F., saloon, 8 Clay, r. 2647 Mis 
Roller Chas., groceries, sw. cor Franklin and 

Fell 
Romaine Nicholas T., merchant, off 413-415 

Market, r. New Jersey 
Root <fe Sanderson (E. M. Root and Geo. H. 

Sanderson'* whol groceries, 412 Front 
Root E. M. & Co., changed to Root & San- 
derson 
Roo't E. M. (Root & Sanderson) r. 1209 Jack 
Root John W ., salesman with Meeker, James 

& Co., r. 501 Webster 
Rosenberg Geotz, butcher, stall 1, Mission 

Market, se. cor Mission and 16th, r. 2019 

Mission 
Rosenblum Philip, shoemkr, cor First av 

and Sixteenth 
Rosenblum Philip, tailor, 39 Third, r. 16th 

nr Mission 
Rosener Bros. (Samuel and Henry Rosener) 

proprs Star Brewery, se. cor Eleventh 

and Folsom, off 223 Battery 
Rosener Henry (Rosener Bros.) r. 904 O'Far 
Rosener Samuel (Rosener Bros.) r.904 O'Far 
Rosenmoller Louisa, widow, boarding and 

lodging, 12 Washington 
Rosenthal Wm., barber, 12 Jackson, r. sw. 

cor Jackson and Drumm 
Ross Donald, elk, r. Abbotsford House 
Ross D. Wing, elk with Berry, Wolf skill & 

Co., r. 726 Sutter 
Ross F. C, freight agt Blue Line, 138 Mont- 
gomery, r. 726 Sutter 
Ross Theodore B., horse clipping and livery 

stable, 1607 Market, r. Lick House 
Ronyrenc Joseph, saloon, 417 Bush 
Rowe E. P., traveling agt with Kane, 

O'Leary & Co., 607 Front 
Rowley & Fowler (B. N. Rowley and W. G. 

Fowler) managers Pacific Coast Board 

and Room Bureau, 540 California 
Rowley B. N. (Rowley & Fowler) r. 611 Har 
Rowley Chas. H. (Monroe & Rowley) 644 

Market 
Royce Clark E., atty-at-law, 216 Sansome, 

rm 9, r. 1935 Broadway 
Ruckwardt & Schlechtweg (R. Ruckwardt 

and Chas. Schlechtweg) proprs Clipper 

Hotel, cor Market and East 



Ruckwardt R. (Ruckwardt & Schlechtweg) 

r. Clipper Hotel 
Rudd Wm. B., brtdr with Joel Docking, r. 

3 Roach 
Rueser Chas., carriage and wagonmkr, se. 

cor Wash and Drumm, r. 473 Jessie 
Ruh & Baumeister, changed to Ruh & Bren- 
ner 
Ruh & Brenner (F. Ruh and M. Brenner) 

saloon, 411 Bush 
Ruh Adam, saloon, 440 Bush 
Ruh F. (Ruh & Brenner) r. 3 Chatham pi 
Runger Christian F. (Hill & Runger) r. ne. 

cor Madden and Berry 
Ruppel Chas., watchmkr with L. Zacharias 

& Bro., r. 528 Tehama 
Russ Joseph, propr Niagara House, 724 Mis 
Russell, Johnson A Co. (John A. 

Russell J. H. Johnson and Geo. Y. 

Stevens ) real estate and business agts, 

625 Washington 
Russell John A. (Russell, Johnson & Co.) r. 

602 Broadway 
Rutherford Chas. H., 1028 Market 
Riittger & Smith (Joseph Riittger and Wm. 

Smith) saloon, 736 Montgomery 
Riittger Joseph (Riittger <te Smith) r. 4 

Bartol 
Ryan James A., elk with Michael Marron, 

r. Central Pacific Hotel 
Ryan John B., harnessmkr, 639 Broadway, 

r. 316 Capp 
Ryan Thos.. shoemk with Abraham Harris, 

r. 528 Pacific 
Ryan Thos. J., groceries, 525 Vallejo, r. 527 

Vallejo 
Ryhiner Adolph, bkpr with Paul Moroney, 

r. 121 Turk 



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Sackmann John J., real estate, 417 Bush, r; 

232 Oak 
Safft W., elk with Chas. Behrmann, r. nw. 

cor Webster and Filbert 
Sage Robert M., register elk Municipal Crim- 
inal Court, r. ss. Folsom bet Second 

and Third 
Sala G. (Scalerandi <fe Sala) r. 1713 Market 
Salas I. <fe Co. (Ignacio Salas and Modesto 

Tisnado) mnfrs and dealers cigars, 1007 

Market 
Salas Ignacio (I. Salas & Co.) r. 11 Oak 

Grove av 
Salem Flouring Mills (Salem, Or.) M. J. & 

A. W. Kinney agts, 22 California 
Salmon Albert, elk with S. Bine, r. 1006 

Geary 
Salmon Eddy, elk with S. Bine, r. 1006 Geary 
Salsbury Warren H. (Jason Springer & Co. ) 

r. Chico, Butte Co. 



Samisch E.., porcelain decorator and engrav- 
er, 122 Postr. 118 Post, 
Samisch, White & Burgeon, dissolved 
Samuel Emanuel, paints, pajjer hangings 

and whitening, 732 Mission 
Samuel Harris, tailor, 800 Third 
San Felipe M. Co. (Inyo Co. Cal.) B. H. 

Brooks sec, 315 California, rm 17 
San Francisco Art Association, D. P. Bel- 
knap sec, 430 Pine 
San Francisco Broom Factory, Lambert Van 

Laak propr, ns. 17th bet Howard and 

Folsom 
San Francisco Business Agency, E. H. Pren- 
tice manager, 9 Geary, rm 2 
Sau Francisco Liaundry Asso- 
ciation, 33 Geary 
San Francisco mail, D. Dalziel editor 

and propr, off 325 Kearny, editorial 

rms 518 Clay 
San Francisco Mills, Pease, Wetmore <& Co. 

prop, nw. cor Howard and Main 
Sanborn Harvey L., elk Freight Auditor's 

off, C. P. R. R., r. 755 Howard 
Sancken C A C!o. (Christian Sancken 

and Alex. Burmeister) groceries, ne. cor 

Eddy and Steiner 
Sancken Christian (C. Sancken .fc Co.) r. 

ne. cor Eddy and Steiner 
Sanders & Co. (James H. Sanders and Louis 

Silverstein) locksmiths and bellhangers, 

511 Montgomery av 
Sanders H. S., physician, 115 Turk 
Sanders James H. (Sanders <Sr Co.) r. 730 

Montgomery 
Sanderson Geo. H. (Root &, Sanderson) r. 

427 Eddy 
Sandoval Andres, barber, 213 Third 
Sanford Edwin N., watches and jewelry, 225 

Third, r. 4 Elliot Park 
Sanger Isidor (Davis & Sanger) r. 226 Turk 
Santos John A., barber, 20 Clay, r. 37 Sac 
Sarano John, groceries. 1554 Howard 
Saroni Henry, bkpr with T. C. Hoflfmann «fe 

Co.. r. 511 Eddy 
Sauvielle Mathew (Robinson »t Sauvielle) r. 

317 Third 
Savage A Son (Richard and Richard H. 

Savage) proprs Empire Foundry, 8 Cal 
Sawyer Lorenzo, judge U. S. Circuit Court, 

chambers U. S. Court bldg, rm 3, r, 734 

Sutter 
Saxe Peter, imp cattle, sheep and hogs, nw. 

cor Ninth and Folsom 
Saxe RoUin P., propr Bulls Head Stock and 

Sale Yard, aw. cor Ninth and Howard 
Saxon Wm. T., fruit. 1719% Market, r. 2117 

Market 
Sayers Wm. F., atty-at-law, 207 Sansome, r. 

108 Minna 
Sayles Rufus E. (Hazard & Sayles) r, 719 

Hayes 
Sayres F. M. & Co. (F. M. and N. S. Sayres) 

clothes wringers and children's car- 
riages, 1232 Market 



Sayres F. M. (F. M. Sayres & Co.) r. Ohio 
Sayres M. M., manager with F. M. Sayres 

& Co., r. 719 Hayes 
Sayres N. S. (F. M. Sayres & Co.) r. Indiana 
Scalerandi & Sala (Dominico Scalerandi and 

G. Sala) retail fruits, 1713 Market ■ 
Scalerandi Dominico (Scalerandi & Sala) r. 

1713 Market 
Schad Albert, candj'mkr with T. C. Hoffmann 

& Co.. r. 645 Washington 
Schaefer Henry, candy mkr with T. C. Hoff- 
mann & Co., r. 405 Folsom 
Schall L., boots and shoes, 1004 Stockton, r. 

721 Vallejo 
Schaller Henry, groceries and Hayes 

Valley R. R. terminus, ne. cor Ellis and 

DGVisfliuGro 
Scheeline S. (Wm. Cohen & Co.) r. 1503 

Larkin 
Schenk & Heil (Wm. Schenk and Constan- 

tin Heil) saloon, 103 Sacramento 
Schenk Wm. (Schenk & Heil) r. sw. cor Clay 

and Drumm 
Scherf & Co. (H. Scherf, E. Kihn and M. 

Staehli) mnfrs furniture, 545 Fifth 
Scherf H. (Scherf & Co.) r. Bernal Heights 
Schetzel & Stolzenwald, dissolved 
Schiller Francis, cooperage, 46-48 Jackson, 

r. es. Bannam pi bet Green and Union 
Schimmelpfennig Gustav A. E., with J. B. 

Golly & Co., r. 417% Clementina 
Schinkei A LiU.'c (O. Schinkel and Pe- 
ter Lux) groceries, 923 Bryant 
Schinkel O. (Schinkel & Lux) r. 923 Bryant 
Scbloss Solomon (Glass & Schloss) r. 1315 

Stockton 
Schliiter Detlef, saloon, 508 Davis 
Schmidt <fe Altvater (Henry Schmidt and 

Fred. A. Altvater) butchers, nw. oor 

Leavenworth and Broadway 
Schmidt Gustave. barber and dentist, 1743 

Mission 
Schmidt Henry (Schmidt & Altvater) r. nw. 

cor Leavenworth and Broadway 
Schmidt Hubert (Wisby & Schmidt) r. 520 

Union 
Schmidt John C, cigars and tobacco, 19 

Pacific, r. es. Front bet Pacific and Bwy 
Schmidt Margaret, widow, propr Minerva 

Saloon, sw. cor California and Kearny, 

r. 8 Stockton pi 
Schmitt Emile, tinsmith with Chas. Brown, 

r. 417 Broadway 
Schmitt Geo., changed to Missler & Mayer, 

819 Kearnj' 
Schmitt Jean G., boot and shoemkr, 225 

Montgomery av. r. 821 Vallejo 
Schmitz Francis, machinist with F. B. Scho- 

enstein, r. 555 Jessie 
Schneider Geo., saloon, 1134 Dupont, r. 637 

Broadway 
Schneuer Wm., waiter, r. 535 >^ Stevenson 
Schnutonhans W. (C. Spiegel & Co.) r. 134 

Fourth 



Schoen Louis L., barber, 6 Turk, r. Waller 

nr Fillmore 
Schoener & Korsvig (John A. Schoener and 

Thos. Korsvig) saloon, 813 Montgomery 
Schoener John A. (Schoener & Korsvig) and 

lodgings, 813-815 Montgomery 
Schoenfeld S. D. (8. D. Schoenfeld &Bro., 

Red Bluff, Cal) 331 Kearny 
Schoenstein Ferdinand B.. machinist and 

modelmkr, 511 Fulton 
Scholle & Lankershim (Wm. Scholle and 

Isaac Lankershim) proprs Union Ware- 
house, nw. cor Union and Battery 
Scholle Wm. (Scholle <fc Lankershim and 

Scholle Bros.) 1101 Battery 
Schomacker Fred., groceries, 115 Ninth 
School and Home Journal (B. T. Conger & 

Co. pub and propr, 622 Clay 
Schottler A., groceries, se. cor Vallejo and 

Montgomery, r. 331 J/J Vallejo 
Schreiber Anthony, cigars, 509 Fourth 
Schreiber Franz, saloon, se. cor Kearny and 

Pacific 
Schreiber Jacob, mining, 302 Montgomery, 

rm 15, r. 126 Fourteenth 
Schroder Geo., elk with Starr & Co., r 731 

Bush 
Schroder Hermann, groceries, nw. 

cor Fell and Gough 
Schroder John H., elk with Hermann Schro- 
der, r. nw. cor Fell and Gough 
Schuberth & Co. (E. H. Ruppel) musical 

circulating library, 950 Market 
Schule F. A. (Johnson & Schule) 5 Post 
Schulz Fred. (Holler &Schulz) r. 435 Minna 
Schumacher Diedrich, butcher, cor 7th av 

andM, S. S.F. 
Schumacher Henry, elk with Wm. Baruth. 

r. nw. cor Sutter and Hyde 
Schiiiir Edward John, restaurant, se. cor 

Kearny and Pacific, r. 625 Pacific 
Schwab M., shoemkr, 14 Jackson, r. North 

Pacific Hotel 
Schwartz Chas., merchant, r. 908% Larkin 
Schwartz Chas. Mrs., dressmkr, 908% Larkin 
Schwerin, Feulner & Co. (Henry W. Schwe- 

rin and J. Adam Feulner) bakery 1129 

Dupont 
Schwerin Henry W. (Schwerin, Feulner & 

Co.) r. 1129 Dupont 
Sciaroni Chas., saloon, 1341 Dupout 
Scipio Edward (Grancourt & Scipio) r. 1419 

Stockton 
Scott A. F., salesman with Wilson. Merry <fe 

Co. 
Scott Geo. (Vosburgh & Scott) r. 1503 Pine 
Scott J. C, salesman with J. K. Cooper, 746 

Market 
Seaman Edward H. (Lincoln & Co.) r. 517 

Folsom 
Sears ic Foley (Michael G. Sears and Timo- 
thy Foley) saloon, nw. cor Washington 

and East 
Seeba di Co. (Henry Seeba and Fred. 

Koch) groceries, sw. cor 24th and How 



Seeba Henry & Co., changed to Seeba Sc Co. 
Seeba Henry (Seeba & Co.) r. sw. cor 24th 

and Howard 
Seeley Albert, r. 18 First 
Segen Emanuel, bkpr with Morris Speyer & 

Co., r. 507 Post 
Segui Baltazar, coffee saloon, 629 Davis, r. 

1522Powell 
Sengstacke Albert (Kuck & Sengstacke) r. 

517 Pine 
Seregni F. (Muldoon, Seregni & Co.) r. 24 

Post 
Serighelli Silvestre, watchmkr with James 

Young, 57 Second 
Shafter — , physician, 128% Fourth, r. 

Chestnut bet Hyde and Larkin 
Shanzer Joseph, butcher, 63-64 Cal. Mkt, 

r. 1708 Dupont 
Sharp L. H.. atty-at-law, 213-215 Sansome, 

r. 10 Harriet 
Sharp Morris (Shaw <fe Sharp) r. 716 Leav 
Sharp Thornton W. (Crane & Sharp) r. nw. 

cor First and Howard 
Sharp Wm. T., piano tuner with Wm. G. 

Badger, r. 806 Twentieth 
Shattuck D. D. (Wooster, Hubbell &0o.) r. 

814 Powell 
Shaw Jonathan, bkpr with James B. Roberts, 

r. 1049 Mission 
Shemanski Harris, drygoods, 1102 Stockton 
Shepard B. W., saloon, 3 King 
Shepard Wm. H., subscription books, 5 

Post, r. New York 
Sheppard A., elk Armstrong's Hay ward Ex- 
press, r. 24 Minna 
Sherman Anna Maria Miss, with Mrs. Annie 

Quilkiu, r. 673 Mission 
Shew Wm. (Welsh &■ Shew) r. 422 Drumm 
Sheyer & Wilcox, changed to E. Sheyer, 300 

Kearny 
Sheyer Emanuel, moneybroker, 300 Kearny, 

r. 202 ElHs 
Shields & Sheehy, Brooklyn Hotel, dissolved 
Shields, Belt & Co. (A. M. Shields. Thos. 

W. Belt and L. B. Clark) proprs Brook- 
lyn Hotel, 210-212 Bush 
Shields James, butcher with F. McCarrick. r. 

Broderick nr Post 
Shoenberg Henry (Shoenberg &, Co.) r. 1138 

Sutter 
Shoenberg Lewis, cutler, 210 Sansome 
Shourds John A., wood engraver Spirit of 

the Times, r. 315% Jessie 
Shores L., capitali.st, 430 Montgomery, r. 

609 Sutter 
Shwetzer Jacob, tailor, 320 Sixteenth, r. 329 

Sixteenth 
Shwinn Jacob, butcher, 308 Fifth 
Siebe & Wack (H. F. D. Siebe and John 

Wack) saloon, sw. cor Bryant and Fifth 
Siebe H. F. D. (Siebe & Wack) sw. cor Bry- 
ant and Fifth 
Siebenhaur Sally, salesman with Falken- 

stein & Co., r. 314 Bush 



Sieberst H. G., atty-at-law, 612 Clay, r. 
Oakland 

Siena Jokn, groceries, sw. cor Braunau 
aud Second and meat market, 305 Bran- 
nan, r. sw. cor Brannan and Second 

Sies ife Mighell, 5 Spear, changed to Philip 
Sies 

Siess Geo., carptr, 22 Morton, r. 409 Post 

Sievers John H., florist, 25 Post and (Miller, 
Sievers & Co.) r. Lombard bet Larkin 
and Polk 

Siewert C, saloon, 28 Clay, r. cor Commer- 
cial and East 

Silva Antone, barber, 505 Broadway 

Silver & Co. (W. J. Silver) real estate, 215 
Kearny 

Silver King South M. Co. (Arizona) H. P. 
Ledyard, see, 240 Montgomery, rm 14 

Silver Morris, pawnbroker, 1136 Diipont, r. 
r. 8 Bernard 

Silver \V. J. (Silver «fe Co.) r. San Eafael 

Silverberg Max, dry and fancy goods, 1529% 
Turk 

Silverstein Louis (Sanders <fe Co.) r. 730 
Montgomerj' av 

Silvev Conrad A., hatter Western Straw 
Wks, r. 1332 Bush 

Simmonds Geo. & Co. (Geo. and Philip 
Simmouds) whol wines and liquors, 12 
Montgomery av 

Simmouds George (Geo Simmouds <fe Co.) 
r. 313 Oak 

Sindel & Gantuer (Jacob Siudel aud Rich- 
ard Gantner) blacksmiths and wagon- 
mkrs, 424 Pacific 

Sinsheimer S., 761 Market, r. 9% Dikeman 

Pl 
Sippel Frank E. (Lauterback & Sippel) r. 

250 Sutter 
Skeena River €o. (B. C.) packers of 

salmou, Wm. M. Neill, manager, off 204 

Califfirnia, rm 6 
Skinner T. L., atty-at-law, 429 Montgomery, 

r. nw. cor Howard aud 10th 
Slattery D. F., elk with J. W. Kinsley & Co., 

r. 114 Natoma 
Slattery George P., butcher, 35 Clementina 
Slorah Edward C, ale and jiorter bottler, 

708 Sansome, r. cor 26th and Folsom 
Small John W., plumber with Thomas Day, 

r. 407 Greenwich 
Smedberg James Pi., Safe Deposit Bldg, rm 

12 
Smith & Logau (Ferdinand A Smith and 

James M. Logan) fruit and confection- 
ery, 1811^,^ Powell 
Smith & Rochiu (S. Smith and M. Pioohiu) 

wines, liquors and oyster saloon, 344 

Bush 
Smith Charles B., bellows mkr with Cal. 

Bellows Co., r. 621 California 
Smith David P., propr Forest Shooting Gal- 
lery, ne. cor New Montgomery and 

Minna, r. 2311 Mission 



Smith Ferdinand A. (Smith & Logan) r. 
1811% Powell 

Smith George Law, capitalist. Nucleus Hotel 

Smith George 0. jr., insurance broker, 304 
California, r. Alameda 

Smith George W., carpets, furniture and 
bedding, and agt Waukesha Mineral 
Rock Spring Water, 1110 Market and 11 
Turk, r. 407 Filbert 

Smith Herbert & Co. (Herbert Smith) ship- 
ping and com mchts, 204 California 

Smith Herbert, (Herbert Smith & Co.) r. 113 
Stockton 

Smith H. L. (Jason Springer & Co.) r. Oak- 
land 

Smith Horace F. (H. F. Smith & Co.) r. 11th 
av nr N, S. S. F. 

Smith James (J. Gundlach it Co.) r. Oak- 
land 

Smith James R. (Benedick & Smith) 229 
San Jose av 

Smith John H., metal worker, 217 Eighth 

Smith Joseph, dry goods, 1325 Dupont 

Smith S., (Smith & Rochin) and oyster 
saloon, 1004 Market 

Smith Samuel H., (Banta k Smith) r. <115 
Howard 

Smith William (Ruttger <fe Smith) r. 1328 
Stockton 

Smith Wm. N., Corporation Yard keeper, S. 
F. Fire Dept, r. 12 John 

Smith W. T., Secy Cal Stone Paving Co., 
402 Mont, rm 33, r. 1210 (B^ Jackson 

Snow Frank C. (Snow & May) r. 629 Geary 

Snyder George & Co. (George Snyder and 
Caspar Reichling) furniture manufrs, 
se. cor Mission and Beale 

Snyder George (George Snyder & Co. ) r. 126 
Park av 

Solomon Maier, clothing, 205 Pacific 

Somerville & Ellis (Daniel Somerville and 
Peter Ellis) proprs Commercial Hotel 
Wine. Rooms, 132 Montgomery av 

Sommerville Daniel (Somerville & Ellis) r. 
Commercial Hotel 

Sondheimer M., elk with D. Livingston, r. 
1328 Polk 

South Chariot Mining Co. (Owyhee Co., 
Idaho) Wm. H. McClintock sec, 330 
Pine, rm 5 

South Pacific Coast R. R. Co., A. E. Davis 
pres, rms 20-21-22 Nevada Block 

Southard M. C, mining sec, 23 Stevenson 
bldg, r. 215 Jones 

Southern Belle Silver M. <fe M. Co. (Esmer- 
alda Co., Nev.) A. C. Hammond sec, 
401 California, rm 7 

Spaulding Henry K., atty-at-law, 216 

Sansome, rm 9, r. 132 McAllister 
Speckman Fred. F., grocei-ies, 83 Fourth 

r. 339 Minna 
Spiegel C. & Co. (C. Spiegel, G. Glueck and 

W. Schnutenhaus; furnitiu-e manufrs, 

560 Brannan 



Spiegel Christian (C. Spiegel & Co.) r. 48 

Zoe 
Spinuey Joseph, shipwright, r. Tiger Hotel 
Sprague E. "\V., physirian, 30 Post 
Springer Jason & Co. (Jason and AV. E. 

Springer, H. L. Smith and Warren H. 

Sulsbury) lumber, se. cor Spear and 

Mission 
Springer Jason (Jason Springer &, Co.) r. 

1613 Clay 
Springer W.. K. (Jason Springer & Co., r. 

1609 Clay 
Sproat Geo., saloon, 6 Mission 
St. Denis <.fe Chesney (J. St. Denis and D. 

Chesney) house and sign jjainttrs, 1305 

Stockton and 302 Montgomery av 
Stacy, Thompson & Hart, changed to 

Thompson & Firebaugh 
Staehli M. (Scherf k Co.) r. 16 Jessie bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Staflfelbach Edward (Herkenham it Staffel- 

bach) r. 108 Steuart 
Stahmer Geo., r. 8 Stockton pi 
Standard Bag Factory, J. H. Gove supt, 23 [ 

Stevenson | 

Stanley F. Hastings, phonographic reporter, j 

6 Court blk, r. Columbia nr Sanchez 
Stapelfeld Wm., groceries, ne. cor Gough 

and Grove 
Staples Chas. Mrs., confectiouerv and frnit, 

1934 Mission 
Star Brewery, Rosener Bros, proprs., s.e. 

cor 11th and Folsom, off 223 Battery 
Starbird A. W. (Starbird & Goldstoue) r. 

1055 Tyler 
Stark Luke, with Tautphaus & St.ark, r. 12 

Clementina 
Stateler J. W. jr., cigars and tobacco, 337 
- Bush. r. 2i-A Tavlor 
Staud John N. (F.' & J. N. Stand) r. 818 

Jessie 
Stein Solomon, fruit and vegetables, 1023 

Pacilic 
Steinbach J. A., watchmaker, 528 Kearny, r. 

cor 25th and Alabama 
Steiufels Chas., butcher, 1225 Broadway 
Stenhouse Robert, baker, 37 Clementina 
Sternitzky — Mrs. (Chr. T^ehrke & Co.) r. 

Stanford Hotel 
Stetson A Houghton (Edward Gray 

Stetson and R. E. Houghtm) attys-at- 

law, 315 California 
Stetson James B., imp stoves, ranges and 

metals and mnfr tinware, 115-117 Front, 

r. 623 O'Farrell 
Stevens Geo. Y. (Russell, Johnson & Co.) r. 

202 Sixth 
Stevens Horatio N., operator A. & P. Tel. 

Co., C. P. R. R. offices, r. 7 Fair Oak 
Stevens M. V., saloon and billiards, 1500 

Folsom 
Stevens Wm. E., elk with Yates & Co., 627 

Kearny, r. 2020 Van Ness av 
Stevenson James, buyer with AV. B. Sum- 
mer & Co., r. 719 Market 



Stevenson James W. (Lewis <fe Stevenson) 
r. 310 Eighteenth 

Stewart & Downie (C. A. Stewart and J. E. 
Downie) saloon, ne. cor Washington 
and Mont and ue. cor Clay and Mont 

Stewart Chas. E., elk with Fry, Neal & Co., 
r. 731 Bush 

Stewart Thos. T., elk with D. F. Yerdenal, 
r. 731 Bush 

Steylaars C. L., druggist and apothecary, 
1222 Dupont 

Stier <fe Weitner (S. Stier and A. Weitner) 
harnessmkrs, 528 Fourth 

Stier S. (Stier «fc Weitner) r. 528 Fourth 

Still Wm. G., manager with. Yates &, Co., 
627 Kearny, r. Windsor House 

Stivers Henr^' F., inspector lumber, 
cedar and mahogany, oft' sw. cor Beale 
Main, r. 16 Erie 

Stolze Fred., elk with Kuck 6i Sengstacke, 
r. 517 Pine 

Stolzenwald Heurv, scouring and dyeing, 
UGy^ Post 

Stone <fe Wright (Frank F. Stone and Ed- 
ward D. Wright) ins agts, 307 Cul 

Stone Geo., bkpr with Stanford & Atherton, 
r. 624 Ellis 

Stone John H., bkpr auditor's dept C. P. B. 
R., r. 122 Taylor 

Stoutlane J. M., groceries and liquors, 233 
Eighth 

Stowell F. A. Miss, teacher Hayes Valley 
Primary School, r. 603 Buchanan 

Stowell M. E. Miss, \-ice prin Rineon Gram- 
mar School, r. 603 Buchanan 

Stowell P. M. Miss, prin Hayes Valley Pri- 
mary School, r. 603 Buchanan 

Strahan A Coyne (Simon Strahan and 
Dennis Coyne) wines and liquors, se. 
cor Kearny and Pine 

Strahan Simon (Strahan & Coyne) r. cor 
Treat av and 22d 

Straub John N., mcht tailor, 307 Hayes 

Street & McMillen (C. H. Street and W, M. 
McMillen) job printers, 5 Post 

Street C. C. Mrs., r. 930 Market 

Street C. H. (Street & McMillen) 5 Post 

Striby Wm., music teacher, r. 2041 Mission 

Strohbehn Detlef, saloon, 1520 Stockton 

Stuart James C, elk with Wilmerding. Kel- 
logg & Co., r. 731 Bush 

Sturla G. B. <fe Co. (G. E. Sturla and Louis 
Bacigalupi) saloon, 1402 Dupont 

Sturla G. B. (G. B. Sturlu & Co.) r. 1 La- 
fayette pi 

Suckow Chas., cabinetmkr, 511 Jackson, r. 
619 Geary 

Suhr H. F. ( Wenck & Suhr) r. 107 Bernard 

Sulberg Wm., restaurant, 250 Fourth 

Suling (fe Co. (Wm. Suling and Herman 
Teigler) groceries and liquors, 18 Na- 
toma 

Sullivan Peter J. (P. J. Sullivan & Co.) and 
propr Grand Art Photo Gallery, 31 
Third, r. 18 Twelfth 



Sullivan Timothy, r. 140 Fourth 

Suling Wm. (Suling & Co.) r. 18 Natema 

Sumner Jonathan R., auctioneer with W. H. 

Cummings, r. 409 Stevenson 
Superior G. & J. M. Co. (Gold Hill, Nev.) 

J. Tyson sec, rm 21 Safe Deposit bldg 
Suss <fe Hoesch (A. Suss and J. Hoesch) 

money brokers, 238 Montgomery 
Swanberg J. V., money broker, 645 Wash- 
ington, r. 2011 Dupont 
Swanton M. T. Mrs., millinery, 143 Second 
Swanwiok Sidney F., commercial school, 37 

Second 
Sweeney D. &; Co. (Daniel Sweeney) stock 

and sale yards, ne. cor Tenth and How 
Swett Lorenzo, carptr, r. 1211 Taylor, rear 
Sweetser & Co. (Stephen Sweetser) junk, 

740 Pacific 
Sweetser Stephen (Sweetser & Co.) r. 1014 

Powell • 
Swift J. D. & Co. (J. D. Swift and S. P. 

Leeds) real estate, mining and gen bi;s- 

ines agts, 436 Montgomerj' 
Syverstsen & Anderson (Andrew Syvertsen 

and L. P. Anderson) saloon, 214 Steuart 
Syvertsen Andrew (Svvertsen «fe Anderson) 

r. 214 Steuart 



T 



Taber Chas. H., framemkr with F. Mnnson 

jr., r. Golden Eagle Hotel 
Tallmadge B. (N. W. Northam & Co.) r, 11 

Bourbon av 
Taylor Cyrus D., confectionery and bakerv, 

1105% Folsom and 206 Sixth 
Taylor E. C, physician, 325% Hayes 
Taylor W. O., physician, 646 Market, r. 923 

McAllister 
Teigler Herman (Suling & Co.) r. 18 Natoma 
Terry Geo. W. (Terry k Valentine) r. 1119 

Montgomery 
Tewksbury M. K., physician, office and r. 37 

Second 
Thalia Verein, ne. cor Mont and Bush 
The Barnard Express, Geo. B. Eastman agt, 

1 Commercial 
The California Mutual Benefit Association, 

J. K. Bead sec, 40 California 
The Grocer and Country Mer- 

cliant; L. H. HoUoway pub and propr, 

405 Front 
The Hebrew (weekly) Philo Jaooby propr, 

612 Commercial 
The J. M. JBradMtreet A Sou Co. 

(Improved Mercantile Agency) L. B. 

Hilliard eupt, 230 California 
The Workiugmen'i^ Building and 

Real Estate Association, H. H. 

Pearson pres, C. Roemer sec, oflf 540 Cal 



I Theil Fran(jois, saloon, 319 Third 

i Thomas John, barber, 107 Jackson, r. Oak- 

i land 

I Thomas J. W. (Jones & Thomas) r. se. cor 

Seventh and Natoma 
! Thomason E. E., contractor, 436 Montgom- 
\ ery, r. 1335 Folsom 

I Thompson d: Firebaugh (J. D. 
I ^ Thompson and_^ H. C. Firebaugh) attys- 
i at-law, 430 Montgomery 

Thompson J. D. (Thompson ife Firebaugh) 
I atty-at-law, 430 Mont, r. Oakland 

I Thomson Norah Miss, seamstress with F. 
I Tonner, r. 271 Minna 

Thomson Sarah Miss, seamstress with F. 
I Tonner, r. 271 Minna 

I Thorin L., propr White Hotxse Restaurant, 
I 420 Jackson 

Thornton John, salesman with Joseph R. 
I Cohnreich, 1010 Market 

I Thwaites Joseph, photographer with H. W. 
I Vaughan, r. 308 Clementina 

i Thyes Adrien, saloon, 1135 Folsom 
! Tierney E. P., physician and surgeon, 1010 

Montgomery 
I Tietgen Diedrich W., groceries, 417 Drumm, 

r. 527 Union 
! Tietjen Henry, saloon, 906 Kearny, r. sw. 
j cor Kearny and Jackson 

I Tiger Hotel, G. W. Crawley jr. propr, 444- 

446 Brannan 
! Tileston G. W., locksmith, shop and r. 313 
i Sutter 

I Tilley Chas. B., salesman with Wellman, 

Peck & Co., r. Oakland 
' Tisnado Modesto (I. Salas <te Co.) r. Jansen 
j nr Greenwich 

{ Titcomb John H., bkpr with J. A. Folger Sc 
! Co., r. 846 Mission 

; Tittel Minnie E. Midow, real estate, r. 417 

Bush 
Tobelmann Frederick, real estate 

agt and money broker, 637 Washington, 

r. 2507 California 
! Tobin J. J., stock broker, 326 Pine 
i Todd A. H. & Co. (A. H. Todd and Walter 

Renouf ) stock brokers apd com agts, 317 

California 
I Todtman T. E., watchmkr, 604 Merchant, r, 
'' Oakland 

Toedt & Harmson (Henry Toedt and Louis 

Harmson) saloon, 117 Jackson 
Toedt Henry (Toedt & Harmson) r. 420 

Union 
j Tollard Henry, with Chas. Mathe, r. ne. cor 
' Bush and Mason 

j Tompkins & Mowry (W. H. Tompkins and 
I L. I. Mowrv) atty-at-law. 636 Clay, rms 

I 17-18 

j Tomkins J. G. Mrs., millinery, 801 Larkin 
' Tompkins W. H. (Tompkins & Mowry) atty- 
j at-law, 636 Clay 

: Tonner F., San Francisco Shirt Factory, 125 
I Sansome, rm 50, r. 515 Franklin 




Toohey & Ehmcke, groceries, changed to 

Cornelins Toohey, New Metropolitan 

Mkt 
Toohey Cornelius, gioceries and dairy prod, 

New Metropolitan Market, r. 1116 Jack 
Toomy Henry, Safe Deposit bldg, rm 2i 
Toplitz Joseph, hkpr with M. Brandenstein 

& Co., r. 1012 Van Ness av 
Toquerville S. M. Co., A. F. Walcott sec, 

419 California, rm 12 
Towle J. E., architect, 120 Sutter, r. 426 Post 
Tracy John H., shipwright, r. Tiger Hotel 
Trapier W. S. (Garrick & Trapier) r. 1723 

Market 
Trask James L,, real estate agent, 415 Mont- 
gomery, rm 3 
Travers Dominic, shoemkr, 204 First 
Trenkle E., physician and occulist, 318 

Kearny, r. 114 Kidley 
Tressler Jolin li., mantels and head- 
stones, 614 Laguna 
Trilling Otto, wines and liquors, 517 

California 
Tripp Hiram D. (Palmer & Tripp) r. 1026 

Market 
Trost Wm. M., bakery, 245 Third 
TuUar A. G., printer S. F. Call, r. 8 Oak 

Grove av 
TuUar H. S., druggist with Benj. Hastings, 

r. 920 Bryant 
Tungate John B., elk with D. J. Murphy, r. 

es. Sanchez bet 22d and 23d 
Turk Christian (Noethig & Turk) r. 1743>; 

Mission 
Turk Street Hotel, Kayser & Klose proprs. 

22-24 Turk 
Turner & Co., now Turner & Butler * 
Turner Jt Butler (John H. Turner 

and Kobert Butler ) house and sign 

Ijainters, 115 Jessie 
Turner John H. (Turner & Butler) r. 115 

Jessie 
Turner LeGrand M., bkpr with Thos. Newell, 

r. nw. cor Oak and Octavia 
Twiss E. (Cowan & Co.) 518 Chestnut 
Twomey Michael, saloon, 234 Fremont 
Tyson Joseph, mining sec, rm 22 Safe 

Deposit Bldg, r. 220 Turk 



117 

Ueffinger G. <fe Co., changed toC, Spiegel <fc 

Co. 
Uelzen Henry (Wierck &. Uelzen) r. ne. cor 

O'Farrell andLarkin 
Uhl Adolph, shoemkr, 25 Stockton, r. Park 

Hotel 
Underhill Henry B., attorney and real estate 

agent C. P. R. R. and S. P. R. R., cor 

Fourth and Townsend, r. Grand Central 

Hotel, Oakland 



Underwriters' Agency (New York) 
Wm. J. Stoddart agent, 215 Sansome 

United States Con. Gold & S. M. Co. (Storev 
Co., Nev.) M. C. Southard, sec, 23 Stev- 
enson Bldg 

United States Quartermaster's Stable, 1623 
Market 

United Workiuguiens Co-opera- 
tire Boot and Shoe Mnfg Co., 
James Butler president, Walter Rosie 
secretary, 113 Sansome, factory 500 
Bartlett cor 25th 

Universal Life Insurance Co. (of New York) 
James R. Garniss agent, 13 Merch. Exch 

Urbaoh I., bootmkr, 912 Valencia 

Utter Fred. W., stock broker, 330% Mont- 
gomery, r. 22d nr Chattanooga 



Van Court John F., carriage trimmer, 108 

Jessie, r. 721 Bryant 
Van Duyn E. C, saloon, 211 Kearny, r. 11 

Verba Buena 
Van Dyke Walter (Van Dyke <fe Wells) atty- 

at-law, 606 Montgomery, r.East Oakland 
Van Laak Lambert, propr S. F. Broom Fac- 
tory, ns. 17th bet Howard and Folsom, 

r. 235 Howard 
Van Pelt John S., S. F. Business Agency, r. 

909 Broadway 
Van Riper James, architect, 724% Market, 

r. 906 Jackson 
Van Winkle <fe Davenport, now I. S. Van 

Winkle & Co. 
Van Winkle I. S. «fe Co. (I. S. Van Winkle) 

iron, steel and hardware. 413-415 Markt 
Van Winkle Isaac S. (I. S. Van Winkle & 

Co.) r. 317 Fulton 
Vail David H., bkpr with Hubbard & Co., 

r. 313 Geary 
Valentine Vincent (E. J. Cattarina & Co.) r. 

415% Clementina 
Vauderbilt Wm., salesman with Grangers' 

Business Association, r. 1809 O'Farrell 
Vandor P. E., dramatic editor Golden Era, 

r. 2108 Taylor 
Vansteenburg Joseph E., watchmkr, us. 24th 

bet Harrison and Alabama 
Vanvlack G. J., physician and surgeon, 930 

Market, r. 765 Howard 
Veal J. T.. r. 419 Kearny 
Venker & Helmken (Henry Venker and 

Chas. Helmken) grocers, 442 Broadway 
Venker Henry (Venker & Helmken) r. 442 

Broadway 
Venturi Egilio, shoemkr, 1409 Dupont 
Vest Geo. (Riley & Vest) r. 541 Fourth 
Vidak John (Vlautin .t Vidak) r. 715 Davis 
Vi^ E. E., butcher, 65 Centre Market 




Vieuna Henry, barber with Geo. Nicholas, 

r. 37 Sacramento 
Vigizzi P., saloon, 119 Sutter 
Vincent Francois (Close & Vincent) r. 716 

Washington 
Vincent O. B., operator Atlantic and Pacific 

Tel.. C. P. K. R. Office, r. 625 Third 
Virgilio Barsotti (Pracidio Perpoli & Co.) 

r. 608 Broadway 
Vitaich J., restaurant and oyster house, 18 

Fifth, r. IGSYt Clementina 
Vivien Auguste, florist, 129 Elhs 
Vlautin <t Vidak (Paul Vlautin and John 

Vidak) proprs Identical Eestaurant, 283 

East 
Vlautin Paul (Vlautin it Vidak and Vlautin 

& Bro.; r. 71 5 Davis 
Vogeley Jacob G., salesman with Robert 

Flenniken, jr., r. 1808 Stockton 
Von Ahnderi J. H., cigars, 3 Kearny, r. 141 

Perry 
Von Borstel John, elk Hathaway 's Ware- 
house, r. Oakland 
Von der Heide Carl, bkpr with Hentrich & 

Thyarks, r. 12 Willow av 
Von Dohlen John, elk with C. Sancken & 

Co., r. ne. cor Eddy and Steiner 
Von Duren & Niepp (Herman Von Duren 

and Frederick Niepp) groceries and 

liquors, nw. cor Liberty and Townsend 
Von Duren Herman (Von Duren and Niepp) 

r. nw. cor Liberty and Townsend 
Von Hasslocher E., physician and surgeon, 

313 Kearny 
Yon Soosten dc Aliren>< (Liter Von 

Soosten and Wilken Ahrens) groceries, 

nw. cor Folsom and 16th 
Von Soosten Luer (Von Soosten and Ahrens) 

r. nw. cor Folsom and 16th 
Vosburgh <fe Scott (Chas. H. Vosburgh and 

Geo. Scott) butchers, 1224 Howard 
Vosburgh Chas. H. (Vosburgh & Scott) r. 

1503 Pine 



vr 



Wagner Wm., salesman with Robert Flenni- 
ken, jr., r. 1808 Stockton 

Wack John (Siebe & Wack) r. sw. cor Bry- 
anfand Fifth 

Waldeck Ernst (Frederick Waldeck k Bro. ) 
r. 150 Minna, rear 

Waldeck Frederick (Frederick Waldeck & 
Bro.) r. 150 Minna, rear 

Wallace Bros. (Geo. and James Wallace) 
groceries, 216 Sixth 

Wallace Geo. (Wallace Bros.) r. 1926 Stev- 



Wallace James (Wallace Bros.) r. 216 Sixth 
Wallace Waller, elk with Wilson & Wilson 

and usher Cal. Theatre, r. 616 Powell 
Wallmann Richard (Mohlfeldt & Wallmann) 

r. nw. cor O'Farrell and Jones 
Walter Emma Mrs., bakery, 1321 Stockton 
Walter G. F.TMrs., costumer, 11 Geary 
Walter Gustav F., bkpr with Wm. Ehren- 

pfort, r. 11 Geary 
Walton John (Muldoon, Seregni & Co.) r. 

Italy 
Walton Thos. T., salesman with Doyle Bros., 

1025 Vallejo 
Wanzer L. M. F., physician, 130 Geary 
Warburtou Jof^eph, manager Western 

Mnfg. Co., r. 142% Fourth 
Ward F. M., bkpr with G. W. Granniss, r. 

1106 Scott 
Ward John T. (John T. Ward & Co.) r. 

Oakland 
Ward John T. A Co. (John T. Ward) 

agts Napa Soda Springs, 130 Geary 
Ward P. F. (Farrell & Ward) r. 1025 York 
Ward M. M. Mrs., drugs and medicines, cor 

Polk and Pine and 61 Second 
Wardwell Wm. V. B. (Chas. Alpers A^ Co.) 

r. 420 O'FaiTell 
Waring Ira S., boarding' 814 Mission 
Warner Chas. H., cashier with Geo. H. Tay 

& Co., r. 1329 Leavenworth ■ 

Warren N. Seldon (J. B. Dow & Warren) r. 

11 Yerba Buena 
Warren Samuel P., stockbroker, 302 Mont- 
gomery, rm 15, V. Ill Austin 
Washburn Albert, planing mills, ss. 

Berry bet Fourth and Fifth 
Waterhouse & Lester (Columbus Water- 
house) carriage and wagon material. 29 

-31 Fremont 
Watjen Henry, cabinetmkr, r. Tiger Hotel 
Watkins Joseph, meat market, 211 Eighth 
Watkins S. & J., 211 Eighth, dissolved 
Watkins Samuel, butcher. 550 Fourth 
Watson Chas. L., agt with W. & J. Sloaue, 

sw. cor Taylor and Geary 
Watson Geo. P. J., elk with Wm. H. Wat- 
son, r. 507 Fell 
Watson Wm. H. jr., mining, 302 Montgom- 
ery, r. 301 Turk 
Watts Wm., sec Pioneer Night Contractors' 

Co., r. nw. cor Taylor and Chestnut 
Waukesha Mineral Rock Spring Water, 

Geo. W. Smith agt, 1110 Market 
Weaver Philip L., capitalist, rm 22 Safe 

Deposit bldg, r. UniQ,n bet Webster and 

Fillmore 
Webb H. Watson, atty-at-law, 647 Merchant, 

r. 338 Third 
Webb Matthew R., imp drygoods, 535 Market 
Webber C. H., (Huger & Co.) r. 621 Cal 
Webber Mack (Bennett, Ellis & Co.) r. 1025 

McAllister 
Weber Julius (McCurrie, Weber & Co.) r. 

807 Leavenworth 



IV^ebster d: Co. (L.J. Webster andJ. Mar- 

istauy ) imps and dealers in wines and 

liquors and com mohts, 321 Clay 
Webster & Pollard (Horace A. Webster and 

W. H. Pollard) quicksilver brokers, 402 

Front 
Webster G. G., elk with Webster & Co., r. 

524 Sutter 
Webster Horace A. (Webster & Pollard) r. 

1030 Pine 
Webster James S., agtTbe American Hosiery 

Co., 543 Market, r. Delgado pi 
Webster L. J. (Webster & Co.) r. 524 Sutter 
Wedeles I. W., imp and com mcht, 323-325 

Market, r. 1322 Tyler 
Weekly Rescue, Eussell, Gibson & Co. pxibs, 

518 Clay 
Weichhart John, prop Cal. Tool Wks, 143- 

145 Beale, r. 6 Vassar jjI 
Weil D. & Bro. (David and Joseph Weil, 

Shasta) mchts, oflf 213 Jackson 
Weinshenk S., elk with Auerbach & Blum, 

r. 1622 Geary 
Weinstock »fe Lnbiu (Henry Weinstock and 

David Lubin) furnishing goods, 746 

Washington 
Weinstock H. & Bro., changed to Wein.stock 

& Lubin 746 Washington 
Weitner A. (Stier & Weitner) r. sw. cor Mc- 
Allister and Hyde 
Weldon Christopher F., collector 625 Mer- 
chant, rm 8, r. sw. Broadway and Diipt 
Weller John B., atty-at-law, 621 Clay, r. 765 

Market 
Welsh & Shew (Mrs. Mary Welsh and Wm. 

Shew) saloon, 422 Drumm 
Welsh John, helper with Wells, Eussell «fe 

Co., r. 550 Mission 
Welsh John, saloon, cor Second and King 
Welsh Mary Mrs. (Welsh & Shew) r. 422 

Drumm 
Wenck & Suhr (Wm. H. Wenck and H. F. 

Suhr) whol liquors and tobacco, 525 

Front, rm 17 
Wenck Wm. H. (Wenck & Suhr) r. Alameda 
Weuderoth «fe Wiegand (F. Wender- 

oth and H. Wiegand) saloon, 624 Mer- 
chant 
Wenderoth F. (Wenderoth & Wiegand) r. 

1621% Powell 
Wenzlik <fe Grass, dissolved 
Wenzlik R., saloon. 125 Post 
Werner & Lincoln, dissolved 
Werner Geo., butcher, sw. cor Clay and 

Polk, r. 1708 Polk 
Werner John, tailor, 631 Merchant, r. cor 

Eleventh and Mission 
Wertheimer Isaac (M. Wertheimer & Bro.) 

r. Nucleus Hotel 
Wertheimer M. & Bro. (Moses and Isaac 

Wertheimer) imps and mnfrs cigars and 

tobacco, 518 Front 
Wertheimer Moses (M. Wertheimer & Bro.) 

r. 1518 Post 



Weske Adolph, pres Cal. Cracker Co., nw. 

cor Broadwaj' and Battery, r. Petaluma 
Wessa Ph., butcher, 68 Center Market r. 2 

Burcham pi 
Westerheid Chas., elk with John Meyer, r. 

439 Greenwich 
We.«itern Restaurant Clark &. Hyslop 

proprs, 22 Montgomery 
Western Straw Works Lorenzo Lapham 

propr, 108 Fourth 
Westover & Co. (C. Westover A' T. Alex- 
ander) auction and com mchts, 840 Markt 
Westover C. (Westover & Co.) r. 112 O'Far 
Wetmore Wm. N. (Pease, Wetmore & Co.) 

r. 121 Sutter 
Weyand Louis, sausagemkr, 2212 Sixteenth 
Whaley Frank, brtdr with Thos. S. Carlisle, 

937 Market 
AVhaling Michael, atty-at-law, 58 Montgom- 
ery blk, r. Commercial Hotel 
Wharfinger Chief, Edward Hackett, offPa- 

cific-st wharf 
Whelan John A., shipwright, pier 22 Stetiart, 

r. 216 Harrison 
Wheeler Chas. H., mcht, 126 Kearny 
Whelan John, saloon, sw. cor Geary and 

Broderick 
White Andrew M., groceries, se. cor 

Howard and Buss, r. 12 Harriet 
White Eugene, marblecutter, r. 12 Harriet 
White Geo. G., engraver on ivory and wood, 

122 Post 
White House Restaurant, L. Thorin propr, 

420 Jackson 
White Joseph C. (Hattie & Co.) r. 342 Third 
White Marv Mrs., saloon, 217 Pacific 
White Thos.. shoemkr, 35 Pacific 
White Wm., candymkr with T. C. Hoffman 

& Co., r. 405 Folsom 
Whitlatch James W., mining, 409 California, 

up stairs, r. Abbotsford House 
Whitman Seth P., real estate, land and loan 

agt, 302 Mont, rm 32, r. 1223 Mission 
Whitney <t Co., express, 3-5 Commercial 
Whitwell & Beard (John Whitwell and Al- 
fred Beard) printers and stationers, 

203% Montgomery av 
Whitwell John (Whitwell & Beard) r. 310 

Montgomery av 
Wiegand Eugene (D. M. Bishop & 

Co.) r. 626 Filbert 
Wiegand H. (Wenderoth <fe Wiegand) r. 

1621 M Powell 
Wierck <fe Uelzen (Jacob Wierck and Henry 

Uelzen) groceries, ue. cor O'Farrelland 

Larkin 
Wierck Jacob (Wierck & Uelzen) r. ne. cor 

O'Farrell and Larkin 
Wigmore John, cabinet-woods and veneers, 

129-131 Spear, r. nw. cor Pacific and 

Octavia 
Wilbert Nicholas, cigars and tobacco, 514 

Mission, r. 42 Moss 
Wilcox R. T., money broker, 22 Montgom- 
ery, r. 114 O'Farrell 




Wilkie David, collector Victor S. M., r. Oak- 
laijd 

Wilkins Win. P., janitor Brittan bldg, 109 
California, r. 217 Post 

Wilkinson Joseph W., salesman with P, 
Beamish, r. 308 Stockton 

Will & Finck (^Frederick A. Will and Julius 
Finck) mnfg cutlers, locksmiths and 
bellhangers, 769 Market 

Willard Geo. H., mining, 314 Montgomery, 
rm 5 

Williams Geo. R., atty-at-law, 606 Mont- 
gomery, rm 15, r. Brooklyn, Alameda'Co. 

Williams J. G. Mrs., dressmaking, 1023 
Market 

Willegrew Eobert, saloon, 31 Sacramento 

Willis' Band. M. W. Willis, supt, 417 Bush 

Willoughby Wm. H., brtdr with John Gates, 
r. Wisconsin Hotel 

Willson John A., restaurant, 39 Market 

Wilson C. D,, wines and liquors, 213 Mont, 
Russ House Block 

Wilson Charles L., com stock broker. 224 
Mont, rm 1, r. 626 Harrison 

Wilson Emet W. (Ish & Wilson) atty-at- 
law, 408 California 

Wilson Richard M.. surveyor, 312 Mont- 
gomery, r. 407 Post 

Wilson W. (Larsen & Wilsonj r. 714 Bush 

Wiman William (Keefe & Wiman) r. Grand 
Hotel 

Winchell Theo. €. (Theo. C. Winchell 
& Co.^ r. 1011 Mason 

Wiuchell Theo. C. <fe Co. (Theo. C. 
Winchell) collectors and general busi- 
ness agts, 200 Sansome 

Winckler Wm.. butcher, r. 1515 Broadway 

Winter John, restaurant, 1737 Mission 

Wisby & Schmidt (John Wisby and Hubert 
Schmidt) saloon, 1226 Dupont 

Wisby John (Wisby & Schmidt) r. 1226 
Dupont 

Woest John P., elk with Wm. Luhmensen, r. 
ne. cor 21st and Valencia 

Wolf Joseph (Lorsch, Wolf & Co.) r. 513 

McAllister 
Wolff Henry, watch materials, tools and 

spectacles, 318 Kearny, r. 1518 Post 
Wolflf Nathan, elk with S. B. Dinkelspiel & 

Co., r. 1518 Post 
Wood A. G., shipping agt and adjuster of 

of accounts, 321 California, r. 22d bet 

Shotwell and Folsom 
Wood Eugene (Lee & Wood) r. 19th nr 

Mission' 
Wood Robert, carptr and joiner, shop and 

r. 822 Larkin 
Woodford Robert, candymkr with T. C. Hoff- 
man & Co., r. 918 Folsom 
Woods Preston, fruits, 13 Fourth 
Woolf A., second hand furniture, 1148 Fol 
Woolley D. M., elk New Zealand Insurance 

Co.. r. 831 Bush 



Wooster, Hubbell & Co. (J. B. Wooster, 0. 

P. Hubbell and D. D. Shattuck) com 

mchts and whol dealers in provisions, 

butter, etc, 317 and 319 Front 
Wooster, Shattuck & Co., changed to Woos- 
ter, Hubbell & Co. 
Worrall John (Griffiths, Worrall & Co.^ r. 

Castro bet 19th and 20th 
Wrage & Major (Jacob Wrage and Henry F, 

Major) saloon, 424 Davis 
Wrage August, salesman with J. H. Von 

Ahnden, r. 143 Perry 
Wrage Jacob (Wrage & Major) r. ne. cor 

Jackson and Davis 
Wrede C. & Co., dissolved 
Wrede Cord, saloon, 419 East, r. 2026 Pine 
Wright Wm.. lamps and glassware, 300 

Montgomery av, r. 103 First 
Wurl J. F., porter with W. T. Wenzell 873% 

Market 
Wyne J. T., plumbing and gasfitter, Mrs. 

Martha Wyne, r. 7 Rondell pi 
Wyne Martha Mrs., giisfitting and plumbing, 

2011 Mission, r. Point Lobos av, nr 

Henderson av 
Wynn James, saloon. Ill Valencia 
Wynne Bros., candies, 305 Sutter 
Wyrich Christian G., saloon, 16 Clay, r. 32 

Clay 



Yelland R. D., landscape painter, 120 Sut, 

rm 40. r. Oakland 
York W. M., atty-at-law, 606 Montgomery, 

rm 16, r. Berkeley 
Young, Geo. A., insiirance agt, 109 Mont, 

r. 1904 Broadway 
Young Henry B., elk freight auditors off, C. 

P. R. R., r. sw. cor Sac and Jones 
Young H. G., elk auditor's dept, C. P. R. 

R. r. 506 Powell 
Young James, driver O. R. R. Co., r. se. cor 

Harrison and Fifth 
Young John T., elk with Cluff Bros., r. 108 

Second 



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Zacharias & Green (Henry Zacharias and 
Wm. Green) imps watches, diamonds, 
jewelry, etc., 126 Kearny 



ZEI 



46 



ZWA 



music, 



1051 



Zeiner Wendelin, bakery, 336 Third 
Zeiss-Dennis Mme., teacher vocal 

417 Stockton 
Zeller H.. modeler, 1043 Market, r. 

Market 
Zenovich Louis, fruit, 2005 Polk 
Ziegenbein John & Co. (John Ziegenbein 

and F. H. Hammer) com mchts, 201- 

203 Davis 



Ziegle J. G., butcher, cor Mission and Rid- 
ley, r. cor Erie and Howard 

Zoerb Frederick, saloon, 319 Montgomery 
av, r. 435 Vallejo 

Zwald Mary, ^\-idow, bakeiy, 322 Seventh 



Ill |Mpit liffrtignil 




SAN FRANCISCO. 




t!|g liSiiit llfis^ 



Importer and Dealer in 




Can be attached Id any Music Box. MUSIC BOXES REPAIReO. 

226 O'FARRELL ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 



1^ IF YOV ARE SICK OR IN TROUBLE, YOU SHOULD CONSULT I 

< DONAIjiD H. PERCY 





The eminent London Clairvoyant ard Healer. 



He may relieve fou, as his powers are marvelous. Past, Present and Future read and satlstactl n 
r-i I guaranteed. 

R : 

n Health Examinations Free to all as a Test Power, 
ft, lis IiEAIl,IV^^ ST., I^oom 13. 




l> 



SHELBOURNE HOUSE 




523 Kearny Street, 



Between California and Sa -rumeuto. 



iSAN FRANCISCO. 



FnnerniB I|il4.00 

BhUk. Thfiitivs aujl I'iii ties ».00 

\\\ the Hour | 1.50 

T.". the P.irk ' 4.00 

ClittH.iuse ^ «.00 

Aruuud the Beaeii 7.50 

JOHN HALEY, Proprietor. 




FIRST PRKMIUM 

Wind-MillsiHerse-Powers 

For all purposes, such as Pumping Water for Irriu::Uion, Watering 

Stock, Chopping Feed, Cliuriiiiiu:, Sawing Wood. Uunning 

Machinery for Manufacturing, Mechanical or other purposes. 



Th^ E*<»XOMY 




The Simplicity and Perfection of these 
Machines is the result of 27 years' 
experience in California 



The nAIRY Ql'KEX. I'rioe #75. 




p >i 1) g i Designed eBpeciallj- for (lie u^e of Dairymen. 

Si:r — - — 



Tlie ECCNOMl" for one or two Horses. 




The £A4irIiK— For one or ttto Hordes. 




[A] 




r Oi ur It D » Y 

Machine, Boiler, Forging and Smithing, 

PHTKRN and WOOO IRK DEPHRTMENIS, DRUWIIIG and LIBRlRy BOOMS, [tc. 

GEORGE W. FOGG, Su2>erhtten(Jenf, 



IRA P. BA.NKIN. 



ALBERT P. BRAYTON. 



Th'w works havp now beon In siicceK«fiil opfratlon l'.>r the post twenty-flve years. From a rotiipnratlvely small 
bet'iimlnn In tlie vear IsV), lu liicreafilnK |>iitnina»:e has each yearil>>niaii<l<>il eiilarKe<lfncllitleK, until our establishment 
In all Its ii|i|ioliitnu-ntK will conipure favorably with that of any Klnillar one In the country. j 

(liir patiernH, In varli-ty au I e.xteni, are nnmirpasMMl, emhracln'.' the latest linpruvenuiits In all clatiseR of machinery ' 
ailiipti'd to Itit u«e on this coaiit. Our several deparlnicnts are well e<|iilpi«'il with skillful workmen anilelBclent toold, 
enabling us to e.xeiiite all unlets entrusted to ns promptly, and In the most workmanlike mannei". With ample facilities ■ 
tor dolnn «ork, as nlM> T.r proiurliiK onr supplli's trcmi llrst hands we amiinbled to -/Ive our customers llrst-clasg ma- 
chinery nl prices in-<|u.-ntly paid for Inferior work. The most sulllfiil <lcs.t;iiiii).' and euKlneerlni; talent, applytnK to the 
various brniiibi'sol nn'chaiiical work, constantly at the servlie of our ciistoniors. | 

Orders for all classes of Mat hinery, fastluc or Boiler Work, promptly executed at the most reasonable rates. 

I'artlcularattentlon elven to Steamboat and Steamship wurfc. MIoUiK and Hoisting; Machinery of the most approved '. 
cnustructlon. Depot for the Hnnabrow Pump*. i 

First and Fremont Sts. Bet. Mission and Howard, San Francisco. 



ANNUAL 

DIRECTORY 



OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF 



SAN FRANCISCO 



FOR 



■ Jfe. 



1L\^\^\W 



-^i^)(p~ 



CofupUed by D. 31. BISHOP & CO. 



B. C. VANDALL 

PUBLISHER. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 



JANUARY, 187 



•siNawasixHaAav 



IP 



m^^'yw 



IRON and METAL 

Importing Company 
Nos. 2 2 and 24 Fremont St. 



Near Front and Market 
Streets 



Boiler Flues Spring and Cast Steel 

Sheet and Plate Iron Pigr Iron, Anvils 

Rivets, Carriage Bolts Rasps and Files 

Gas and Water Pipes Horseshoe and Iron Nails 

Gas and Water Fittings Best Welding E Cumberland Coal 



ORDERS SOLICITED. 



Wm. McCrindle, Manao-er. 



California Brass Foundry 



125 FIRST ST. 

Opposite Minna SAN FRANCISCO 



ffeefl & Kinswell 



Composition, Zinc & Babbitt 
Metal Castings 

Brass Ship Work of all kinds, Spikes, 
Sheathing Nails, Rudder Braoes, Hmfjes, 
etc. Also Church and Steamboat Bells and 
Gongs. 

Steam, Liquor, Water, Oil and Flan),'e 
Cocks and Va.lvcs made and repaired. 

Hydraulic Pipes and Nozzles, and Hose 
Couplings and Connections furnished with 
Dispatch. Sole Ajjents for 

Seibert's Eureka Lubricator 




SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRKCTOKY. 



SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH 

OK THE 

Mioil Ire HDi Lain Mi 

HOWARD & MORSE 420 Sansome Street 

I'lifU'iii iCTOHs. s.ty Fi<A\<isr<}. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Brass, Copper, Steel and Iron Wire Cloth 



SPECIALTIES : Brass and Steel Battery Screens, Locomotive Wire 
Wire Cloth, and Heavy Mining Cloth, Ornamental Wire Work, 
Wire Fence, Railing, Guards, Etc. 




New York House: 45 Fulton Street. 

Manufactory : 9- IT Chestnut Street, lirooklf/n, X. Y. 

Represented In San Francisco by 

^OMN P. BEBMCs, Iste Mss&ger with EokieMi & Qq^ 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WM. SMITH 

MANUFACTURER OF 




WATER CLOSETS 




21 Mo 



Lvenue 



o 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



G. R. JESSE 



H. M. DREW. 



SOUTH POINT 

BERRY STREET 

Bet. 3d and 4th, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 




Constantly on hand 

AND 

Made to Order 

STAIB SAILS, 

POSTS, 

BALUSTERS 

KTC, ETC. 




A. I. SANBORN. 



W. A. BYRNES. 



SANBORN & BYRNES 



^1 



fitvlrwi "^Iii<^i»kf|«'^i^i 



nwieist 



MECHANICS' MILL, 

MISSION STRFFT iJpt ^tUronmnt cii[^ FRANCISCO 



ALL KinD' 

— OF — 

PLAIN ANI) FAN. 

TURNING. 

Orders from the Co. 



BAND 

>rD SCROLL 

SAWING. 

iptly attended to. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



B. H. FEEEMAN & CO. 

STAIR BUILDERS 




Nos. 413 & 415 Mission St 

Adjolaing Mechanics' Mill, between First and Fremont, 
.S'.l^Y FRANCISCO, 



BLACK WALNUT AND CEDAR FOR SALE. 



Constantly on hand and made to order 

STAIR RAILS, POSTS, BAIUSTERS, Etc. 



N. P. LANGLAND, 



BWItPBB 



WOOD 




Mannfactnrer 

AND 

Dealer in 

Slair Rails 

Newell Posts, 

Balusters. 

ETC. 



S. W. Oor. Fifth and Bryant Streets, 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



John Skinker 

No. 108 Battery Street, 

SA^N FRANCISCO. 



Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast for the Sale of 

DupoNT's Superior 

Mining & Blasting Powder 

Also, CANNON, MUSKET, and their various brands of 



-^->*--^- 

EAQLE SAFETY FUSE COMPANY'S 

Various Brairds of Never Failing Safety Fuse, 



Wiiclfisler Eejeatli Ams Go;s New iflel 

REPEATING RIFLES, CARBINES AND MUSKETS, 

And Metallic Cartridges, both central and rim fire for all kinds of Rifles 

and Pistols, also, Primers and Tools for Jieloading 

Central Fire Cartridges. 



PACIFIC SULPHUR CO. OF NEVADA. 

Heavy stock of Retined constantly on IuukI. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TO BOOIC BTJ'Z'EI^S 



Horace H. Moore 




No. 609 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



H. H. MOORE 

Has recently returned from the Eastern States luith an extensive 
and varied collection of 



IK#f § §;,,, 






tm<, ilPilu 






Purchased at the Trade and other Auction Sales. 
His stock now comprises many rare and valuable Standard Works suitable for 

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIBRARIES, and a fine collection of 
ILLUSTRATED BOOKS, which are offered for sale at extremely low prices. 



A upleijdid Assortment of Juveriile Works. 

ALSO, A Fl'LL LINE OF 



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1|) 



No. 609 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Cal 



Old Stand of H. H. Bancroft & Co. 



10 SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



,^ '"m^JEiJS^ ^^ ^^1^(S) 



an f rancisco and Mi|ornia 



ITYPE FOUNDRY' 

51©=.512 CLAY STEEET 
San Francisco, California. 



•^ripters Furnishing Ware[)ouse 



This Old Established Foundry having a Large Stock 

and Complete Assortment of the 

Modern Faces of 

i00h, Sttos, Sob anb §rnamtntal mm 

IS PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING 

Power, Hand and Job Presses 

OF THE POPULAR MANUFACTURERS 



SLlCTlOf YPIIS 1 STIEIOTYPIIS 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



11 



C. L. G^ILLEU 



mmmmm.£kMM 



lif lif ii iii 111 Elilii 



430 MONTGOIVIERY STREET 



Over U. S. Sub Treasury, 



San Francisco. 




For Stamping and Embossing 

CRESTS, COATS OF ARMS DIES FOR METAL STAMPING 

BOOKBINDER DIES AND TOOLS HAT TIPS, BOOT DIES 

STEEL AND BRASS STAMPS EMBOSSING DIES, INITIALS 



And Everi/thing in the Line of 




ttl 



.'of 



t4(<\ 



r. GILLER has ijo rival oi^ tl^e Pacific Coast for Superior Worknjansl^ip 



92 



[0rli bone at most Jlettsonabh Eates 



4t 



430 MOHTQOMEET ST., SAN FRANCISCO 



12 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



\VM. BARTLING, 



HENRY KIMBALL. 



Bartling & Kimball 



mmm Oimi 



^lliiJA.ol^liS 










PAPER RULERS 



'*. -V- ^V *<■• 



Oil ™aiuficla:trr 

— ) -A-iTHD ( — 



MANUFACTURING STATIONERS 



@, iii ©lay it!?©©t, 



S. "W. Cor. Sansome. 



mj»t.m 31^ i^:'^ ^ i& $ ^ ^ o « 



AD VERTISEMENT S. 



13 



S. P. TAYLOR & CO. 



Manufacturers and Dealers in 




, ■alia I Strai 




PAPERS 




i^^SiiSHL 



11 fgl 



T^^risrES, Etc. 



DEPOT OF THE 



'^^ 



ade 












lopeer i- nagie f^aper ^^ 

416 CLAY STREET. 



14 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



H. F. SMITH & CO. 




® 



jiners. 




Wmf^ 



WA'Sf '^^ -^^ iJt/ 



E 



^ NEWS DEALERS ¥^ 






No. 302 KEARNY ST. 



Particular attention given to furnishing orders in quan- 
tities to suit at Jobbing Rates. 



Ijrder.^ from i\\t \ ntei[ioi| ^olmicd. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



15 



GEO. T. SHAW, 



JOHN F. KENNEDY. 



A. J. TURNER. 





s 





Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in 





E 



Uf. 




'fmimrslld 




c^V\\l<iGrLES, HTq 



H 



mm, 



.A.I1.SO 



m 



f/ 



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fCwHi) 



AT THE DRAWBRIDGE, 



FOURTH, CHANNEL AND BERRY STS. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



I', o. j^ididir:ei3Sj _ _ _ isro. 840 :fotti?,th:. 



16 SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



C. G. GOULD v-T) 





^a-* mw'^ 





'J^ISTTD^ 



No. 322 Jackson Street, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



I@llli| Fi§ffi|% 4ltiti©i I®. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



17 



PHILADELPHIA 







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iY 




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WW 

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con. SBCOITD iilTD FOIiSOLC STKSBTS 



The amount of Beer sold duriujf the year 1876 was about 37,750 bbls. 



I take the present opportunity of thsnklng my Friends and Customers for the liberal 
support heretofore extended to the 

PHILADELPHIA BREWERY 

And notify them that I have added to my establishment 

By which I hop:-, through the greatly increased facilities now possessed by me, 
to furnish, as usual, a 

Superior Article of Lager Beer, 

That Bhall not only equal that previously furnished by me, but oouvince thcni that I am 
determined to merit their continued patroncg • aud support. 

JOHN WIELAND. 



18 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



The Fi^TENT 




CHEAPEST and BEST PIPE MADE. 

Guaranteed to stand any required Pressuie. 

NO SKILLED LABOR NECESSARY TO EITHER LAY OR TAP IT 
G. D. TVHXSAT, 

Manufacturer and Sole A^ent for the Pacific Coast, 
740 FOURTH ST. SAN FRANCISCO. 

PACIFIC WIRE WORKS 

A. M. PUHEMANN, 

751 MISSION STREET, between Third and Fourth. 



Wire Cloth, Baskets, Millinery Stands, Wire Fences, 

Wire <«nar<lN, Flower Stnu<lM, M'ire I>4torM. \l'iiiilow HcreeiiN hikI >Vir(> Work 

In all Itfi liraiulips. 



SAN FRANCISCO BOILER lATORKS 

N. W. Cor. Main and Harrison Sti'eets, San Francisco. 

HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE 

BOILERS OF AIL DESCRIPTIONS. 

Soil- .Miiiiul'ucturrr of tlir ('.■|rl.rin..| 

SPIRAL BOILER 

Sheet Ir»ii Work and Water Pipe of every (It-Kcrlption 

done at the shortest notice. Estimates 

fiiriilshi-d fur oil kinds i>f 

SHEET IRON & HYDEAULIO PIPE. 

ALL KINDS OF JOBBING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



19 



1849. 



1876. 



225 and 227 Beale St. 



Bet. Howard and Folsotn, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



CHARLES H. LEAVITT, 



MANUFACTURER 



Steel Lined Bank Vaults, 

lire Proof Doors, p 
"Wrought Iron Girders, | 

Prison Cells, 
Burglar, Fire Proof and 

SILVEEWAEE 

mMW'mm 




BUSSEY'S 

PATENT COMBINATION 
BURGLAR-PROOF 

BAHE WmMi 

AND 



i S4P1 li0iPEB, 



COXTAININO 

JIILLIUISS OF CHANGES. 



Detachable Knobs, noJKey. A large assortment of Combiuatinu and Key Locks on hand. Latest Improved 
Shears, Punches, Dies, etc., tor Cold Iron Work. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

FIRE-PROOF DOORS AND SHUTTERS. 





IRON SHUTTERS & GIRDERS. 



BRIDGEWOMlil IRONWORK 



Stoop&AcrHRailiDg 



URGURPROOF BANK VAULTS & SAFES 



No. 123 and 125 BEALi: ST. SAN TRANCISCO. 




SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



ZWXXS^QTZiO Sf'Xl.XiaO 



MANrFAITl'RKR l>F 

BE. BLY ATBIF1CI4L LIMBS 

OK 166 TKHAMA STKKltT, 

HAS REMOVED TO :»iarki-:t stkket, opposite 
the hcn.l of Thlnl Street, ENTKANCK, No. 9 UEARY ST. 
where he will continue the nianulactiire nf the " AST ATOM- 
IC'Ali," Rmi the bent of other FIRST CLASS ARTIFICIAL LEGS, 
and REPAIRING ALL KINDS. 

ARTIFICIAL ARMS. OF THE BEST KINDS 
Al Eastern Prices. 
ffg' Circulars free on application. 

AddiesH, 9fENZO MPKINdl, 

No. 9 Geary St., San Francisco, Cal 



C X1EONA.RD 

F4WlSsf 411® li@®®£ M4KES. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

MODELS FOR THE PATENT OFFICE, 

IN WOOD OR METAL. 

EXPERIMENTAL MACHINERY 

And Patterns for every Description of Iron and Brass Work. 
110 BEALE STREET, (in rear), SAN FIIANCISCO. 






^WAWl 



^•J Wfl^ 



vn^ •^ 



SAWING, PLANING AND GENERAL MILL WORK. 

WELLS, RUSSELL & CO. Proprietors, 

CORNER MISSION AND FRE3IONT STREETS. 



Constantly on hand and made to order, all kinds of MOLDINGS, and every description of 

WOOD FINISH. 



riiUll 



K*lli 



IMi 



B56 to 872 Brannan Street, 
W. B. BRADBURY, Proprietor. 

All Kinds of Planing and Sawing done to Order 

MANUFACTURER (iF 

Boors, S%sh arid Blinds, Soor and Wiiidow Fmmes^ &o. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



21 



W. W. WALMSLEY, 

PWlllE 1 MS nftlE, 

Importer and Dealer in 

Gas Fixtures and Plumbers' Supplies, 

923 IMtARKET STREET, 

OPPOSITE MASON, M'^m WwmM0i.BM®» 

C^AND MANUFACTURER OF''^^ 



:i^^fmi 



^ '^^'^^"i;d ^ 






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Buildings fitted up with GAS, WATER and STEAM PIPES. 

ALL WOKK WAEPw ANTED. 



DANIEL GIOVANNINI, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALKR IN 

CHARCOAL AND COKE, 
816 Pacific St. bet. Stockton &, Powell. 

(Joods Delivered to any part of the City Free of Charge. 
C^LIFOmsTIA. 

Office, 1 54 NEW M ONTGOMEBY ST. 



C\KPKTS CLEANEI) and RESToKKD to their OrlKlnal Beauty and Brlghtnetis, however soiled, whether 
covered with DIST, DIKT, GREASE or COAL SMOKE. 

l)v this process Carpets niav be made CLEAN, IJBIGHT, and apparantly NEW, without being removed from the 
Hour." Till' Restorative Is not Injurious to the MOST DELICATE TINT or KABRIC, and Is an attunl I'reventlve 
against MOTHS and FLEAS. 

BrB'Send us a Brussels or Velvet Rup, which we will clean gratis as a sample. 

UpholsterlDK done. Lace Curtains and Blankets Cleaned at Short Notice. 



22 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



SALAMANDER 



PATENTED APRIL 1, 1873. 

Awar<l«Ml tlic First l>reiuiuni, McchniiirN' Institute Fair, N. F., 1S7S, 

No Danger, No Repairing, No Dirt, No Trouble. 
Perfect Ventllatiou, Cheap, Light, I'ortable, Fire-proof, Earthquake-proof. 



f 



The inventor of these complete Chimney Stacks is satlsfled that he is offering to the public something 
that will be appreciated by every householder. They are particularly well adapted for the ventilation and 
heating of Churches, Schoolhouses, Theatres, and all kinds of public and private buildings. So universal is 
their application that they can be readily set on any fire-place, or outside of brick or frame buildings; in fact 
they may be placed in any part of tUe house with perfect safety, without going to the foundation. Can also 
be applied to cooking stoves, ranges, blast-furnaces, pottery-kilng, etc. 

This improvement coneit-ts in constructing the chimney or stack of sections of fire-clay, earthenware, 
cement or artificial stone, and surrounding said chimney with a metalic tube larger than the chimney, in 
order to provide the neccKsary ventilation for keeping the iuner pipe cool, and for furnishing warm air to the 
rooms of the house. It also consists of a novel arriiiigement for binding the sections together in their upright 
position, and for fixing and protecting the joints where they meet. 

By constructing chimneys in the above manner, all trouble about burning or wearing out is entirely 
avoided. They can be transported readily to any part of the State, and put in place by any mechanic. Their 
adoption has been recommended by leading architects in San Francisco and throughout the State and by Fire 
Insurance Companies generally. 

They are now in use in the host buildings of this city, and have been approved and recommended by the 
Board of Supervisors, and by leading Architects throughout the State. 

State and County Rights' for sale in every State and Territory, except California. 

Apply by letter or in person to the patentee. 

J. BROWELL, 442 Jackson Street, 



SSf For full description see Circulars. 



S.VX FKA>'C'IJ«'0. <Al.. 



SOLOMON TESMORE 



Dealer in 




OXj.<^1VES 



Nos. 57, 58 and 59 CALIFORNIA MARKET, entrance on Pine Street, San Francisco. 



I ill 
I* 



liWIf © ^ '®0i 



IJiroUTERS AND DEALERS IN 



Canton Crape Emb. Silk Shawls, 

LAc^)Ui:ui':i> WOOD fans, 
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, GRASS CLOTH, SATIN APRONS 

And all kinds of Chinese Goods, 

No. 640 Sacramento Street, 



Between Kearny and Montgomery, 



HAN FRAN« IS<'0. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



23 




MANUFACTUllEKS AND DEALERS IN 





537 CALIFORNIA STREET, 
Between Montgomery and Kearny, up Stairs. 



Show CascB In everj- style— Sllver-Plated, Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut. Our Specialty, Roi'.nd Show Cases. 
FACTORY, No. 1316 LARKIN STREET. 

GEO. M. WETHERBEE'S 




It© M^mmt^ 

211 and 213 MISSION STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



ep^el^liias mt tit.® ^i£ta']^lM&xii.©xi:t® 

Patterns, Models, Bee Hives, Comh Frames, Printkrs' Rkolet, Printers' Mor- 
tising, Cabinet Work, Carriage Work, Agricultural Work 
AND Fancy Scroll Sawing. 

OFFICES AND STORZSS FITTED UP. 

Walnut for sale, from 1 to 1000 feet. 



24 SAN FRAXCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 

rinting 

AND BURNING BRANDS, 

MAMFACTrHEU BY 

F. M. TRIJA\^ORTH Y. 

No. 31S Front St., Man Francisco. 



stencil Plates, when handsomely executed, preticnt the cheapest and best mode of advertising that 
can be adopted. This is the expirieuce of all who use them. 

Stencil Plates of every Pattern cut at this establishment iu a style unequalled by any other work- 
men in California. 

Merchants and others are invited to call and examine specimens in proof of the above assertion. 

Ordeis from abroad, as well as those given iu per.sim, promptly execiitid and forwarded. Parties sending 
orders by letter are particularly lequtsted to 'virrite plainly audgive the exact space they 'vvish the 
letters to occupy. 

By close application and superior execution of work, during an experience of thirteen years, MR. TRU- 
WORTHY has extended his business to its present proportions. His present facilities fi>r rapid and tasteful 
execution of all work in his line are far superior to those of any other in this State or in the Union. 

Having purchased all the lute John Hall's Stencil Tools, Plates and impressions, and everything pertain- 
ing to his business, I am prepared to furni.sh bis customers with fac-siniiles of liis work. 

Brushe.s, Ink and Marking Pots Tor Sale. Remember the Place. 

F. M. TRUV/ORTHY'S, 

SIH Front Street, cor. Commercial (uj) stairs) San Francisco. 




Chas. Bernard, 

hartres Coffee and 




Saleratus, Carbonate of Soda, Cream of Tartar, 



THE SANITARIUM 



Foot of PoTirell St. North Beacli, San Francisco. 

Has first class facilities for giving about 1000 Hot and Cold Salt Water Baths per day, ir 
separate rooms. Also, Steam Baths wiili Salt Water Showers. 

It is the Largest Salt Water Bath House in the United States, 

KxcIukIvo of SwImmlnK Baths, being an " L " In form, of IG x lUO fei-t. 

Single BathM, 2.'l vtH, Flvr TiokotN, (»1.00. Hteani BathM. .50 etn. 

Baths open at S A. H., close at 9 i>. M. on week days. Close (TERMN) Two llneK of Street CafH ruD 

on Sundays at 5 H. M. In Summer, -I p. M, In Winter. ] « AMII. > to ihls point. 

A Barber Shop aitached. C B. DRISCOZiZit 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



25 




DENTIST, 



N. W. Cor. Kearny and G-eary Sts. 



Entrance on Geary, 



i4M WMMimMi 




Office, IsTo. 331 Kearny Street, Room 6, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



ELASTIC CORK TRUSSES 

Cork Pessaries, Abdominal Supporters, Cork Breast Protectors, (or pads), Elastic Braces, 
with cork pads, for straightening curvature of spine, or remedying other inclining deformities. 
Crooked limbs and deformed joints treated by appliances to aflbrd convenience and coinfort. 
Artificial Cork Limbs made to order. Any surgical appliance ordered by the profession a 
specialty. The most stubborn cases of HERNIA treated with perfect success. 
Investigation by the profession and trade is respectfully solicited. 

JOHN MARTELL, 

SILVER PLATER 



AND IMPORTER OF 



COACH AND CARRIAGE LAMPS 

623 Sacramento Street 



Between Montgomery and Kearny, 



^A^] ?Bj^^)fi]se©, 



We Protect the Grocers. 



1 ESTABLISHKU 1 8")5 (- 



No Retail in our Factory. 





558 MISSION STREET 

North Side 

Swiss Trade Mark 

By J- r*. TESINrT 

Our ifanufactory of Maccaroni and Vermicelli it in every renpect the bent in the State of California. 
We hare alivnvf r.n hand for traile a larpe (/uantity of the flne/tt Maccaroni, Vermicelli, Farina and l\Mte of all 
dearriptions, in French and Italian Myle St^T" jf'e do ni>t aolicit family trade. 

We warrant all our boxen better weight than thone of any other factory. 



Bet. FIRST & SECOND 

San Francisco. 



26 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



^^@«Ai »®Wj^^j^^ 



CHRONOMETER 



Ittll 




^M AKERs^g 



No. 18 Market St. San Francisco. 



llMal Ifnnlntur of iifo |ip. 



CHRONOMETERS RATED S TRANSIT OBSERVATIONS 



Instruments Repaired in the best manner. 



CHARTS AJ^B J^AUTICAL BOOKS FOR SALE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 27 



Crane & Co. 




LOW J PRICES!] 



Book and Job Printers, 

518 Clay Street, 
san francisco. 



New Faces of Type, 

Nezu Styles of Work, 

New List of Prices 



IFOI^ 1877. 



28 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



^ftaliiin lHuiS^ffwi 



,f 



-S==BY'3- 




Ig 



SIGNOR D. SPERANZA. 

€&^B¥€TQ^ OF WME QPEB^TSG @B€MEBTEm 

104 KEARNY STREET, 

Opposite Gray's Music store, SAN ?ai\?]e]3S©, 



^'V'^A-* 

VOCAL and PIANO Lessons by Adelina Speranza. 



WARREN C. BUTLER, 




California oue hundred years ago. 



535 CLAY STREET, 



Below Montgomery. 



H. F. WILLIAMS, 



^[la 















740 Fourth Street. 



Grounds to Lease for a' term of years, conveniently 

situated to the Southern and Central Pacific R. jK. 

Depots, and also to the Wharves. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



29 



ESTABLISHED 18S3 



THOS. BOYCE'S 




;t>>. t^ 



1 W4>\^' 






*fo,_ 







'^^ <^^^^5 



Room 36 Merchants' Exchange. 



:^^Ji^ (3- E IN" T 



for Evsrj Lsaling Fa;er Fublislieci on FaciFic Coast. 



Gontracts made with Advertisers requiring Advertisements 
Inserted in a Large Number of Papers, at Rates which 



Particular attention given to insertion of 

jytllNTUNTQ- ISrOTICES. 



and fulfillment of Mining Laws. 



30 SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 

Bank of British North America, 



EsTAlil.ISHEI) IN 1836. 



PAID UP CAPITAL, - - £1,000,000. 



HEAD OFFICE, 

SAN FRANCISCO AGENCY, Nos. 2I9--22I SANSOME STREET. 



Commercial Credits Issued for use in Europe, China, Japan, the East 
Indies, South America and Australia. 

Demand and Time Bills of Exchange, payable in London and else- 
where bought and sold at current rates ; also, Telegraph Transfers. 

Demand Drafts on Scotland and Ireland, and on Chartered Mercantile Bank 
at Hong Kong. Shanghai and Yokohama, also, on Canada, British America and New York. 
Bills collected and other Banking business transacted. 

A. McKINLAY, ) , 

• Agents. 

H. W. GLENNY, ) 



©an H'raiicisco 

SAVINGS UNION, 

No. 532 California Street, 

Corner ol Webb, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Deposits, 31st Dec, 1876, 87,61.3,034.34 
Guarantee Capital and Reserve Fund, - - §345,151.42 



DIRECTORS, 

JAMES DK FREMERY, President. ALBERT MILLER, Vice-President. 

('. ADOLPHE LOW, CHARLES PACE, WASHIN(iTON BARTLETT, 

ERWIN J. CRANE, CHARLES BAUM, DENNIS J, OLIVER. 

ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, Sen. 

LOVELL WHITE, Cashier and Secretary. JOHN ARCHBALD, Surveyor. 



Receives DcpoRits and Loans Money on Real Estate Security. 

CJountry remittanct^s may be sent by Wells, Fargo k Co., or by checks of reliable parties, payable in San 
Francisco, but the responsibility of the Union commences only with the actual receipt of the money. 
The signature of the depositor should accompany the first deposit. 
No charge is made for pass-book or entrance fee. 
Office hours — ^9 a. m to 3 p. M.. Open Saturday Evenings firom 63$ to 8}j. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 31 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

INCORPORATED Jiri,Y 23, 1857. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



OFFICERS. 

E W. BUEK, Pbesident, CYRUS W. CARMANY, Cashieb, 

ELI B. BURR, Auditor, BENJ. 0. DEVOE, Sueveyob. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

E. W. BURR. WM. BOSWORTH, J. W. CUDWORTH, J. M. SHOTWELL. 

BENJ. O. DEVOE, R. J. TIFFANY, T. L. RUTHERFORD, E. F. NORTHAM, 
ISAAC HYDE. ANNIS MERRILL, H. L. KING. 



Deposits, $12,700,000. Reserve Fund, $400,000. 

0[POSITS etCEIVEO FROM Tl UNO 0N[ HIILP DOLLIRS UP TO UN! JMOONT 

Dividends declared semi-annually — in January and July of each year. 

Savings and -Loan 

» > ♦ « < 

r-^:^ O F F I C E , ^=5»-> 

Northeast cor. Montgomery and Market Sts. 




OFFICERS : 

President, M. D. SWEENY, Vice-Pbesident, C. D. O'SULLIVAN. 

DIRECTORS : 

M. D. SWEENY, C. D. O'SULLIVAN, JOHN SULLIVAN, 

R. J. TOBIN, M. J. O'CONNDR, P. McARAN, 

GUST. TOUCHARD, PETER DONAHUE, JOS. A. DONAHUE. 

Tbeasubeb, EDWARD MARTIN, Attorney, RICHARD TOBIN. 



32 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 













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Wine, Salmon, Liqurette 

TOBACCO AND LIQUOR LABELS. 

WHEjY we do the FJilJVTIJVG. 



PRICES FOR PRINTING DESIGNS 

No higher than parties pay elsewhere for ordinary type printing. 



OLIVER & ELDER 

No. 518 Clay Street, 

Over Campi's llestaurant, tliird floor, SAN FRANCISCO. 



ANNUAL 



DIRECTORY 

OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF 

SAN FRANCISCO, 



EMBRACING A 



General and Business Directory, 
street guide, • 



City Government, Public Institutions, Churches, Societies, etc., with a list 
OF Federal and State Officers. 



1877. 



COMPILED BY D. M. BISHOP & CO. 



B. C. VANDALL, Publisher. 



SAN FRANCISCO; 

518 CLAY STBEET. 



Sntered according to act of Congress, In the year 1877, by B. C. VANDALL, tn the office of the Librarian 
of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



PAOE 

Abbreviations 113 

Additional Names, Removals, etc 105 

American ProteBtant Association 68 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 68 

Annual Directory 37 

Banks 56 

Board of Education ^^ 

Board of Equalization 47 

Board of Health 47 

Board of Supervisors 47 

Boundaries of Election Precincts 48 

Building Operations 40 

Business Directory 1251-1413 

Cemeteries 63 

Chamber of Commerce 57 

Chinese Business Directory 1426 

Chinese Directory 1415 

Chvu-ches 58 

Climate of San Francisco 46 

Commercial 37 

Consuls 55 

Courts 55 

Educational 60 

Election Precincts 48 

Exchanges.* 67 

Federal Offices 53 

Financial 37 

Fire Department 50 

Growth of San Francisco 3'? 

Hospitals and Asylums 63 

Improved Order of Red Men 67 

Independent Order of B'nai B'rith 63 

Independent Order of Good Templars 68 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows 66 

Insurance 57 

Knights of Pythias 67 

Libraries 62 

List of Vessels 77 



PAGE 

Masonic 64 

Medical Societies 63 

Military 73 

Miscellaneous Institutions 61 

Miscellaneous Societies 69 

Mortuary Report 81 

Municipal Finances 41 

Municipal Government 47 

Municipal Licenses 42 

National Guard of California 74 

Population 37 

Police Department 48 

Post Office 53 

Post Office Statistics 44 

Railroads, 75 

Rainfall in San Francisco 45 

Bates of Dockage, Wharfage and Tolls 76 

RealEstate 38 

Register of Names 113-1249 

Removals 105 

Savings Banks 56 

Schools 60 

Secret Societies 64 

State Government 62 

Street Guide 87 

Street Improvements) 41 

Superintendent of Public Schools 60 

Temperance Societies 68 

United Ancient Order of Druids 67 

U. S. Army 73 

U . S . Coast Sot vey 64 

U. S. Custom House 63 

U. S. Internal Revenue 64 

TJ. S. Lighthouse Service 54 

U. S. Mint 43-54 

University of California 53 

Ward Boundaries 48 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE. 

Allan John, 408 Bush 1303 

Asmann A, 32 Cal Market, (back) D 
Asphaltum and Mastic Roofing 

Company, 652 Market. ...1253-1389 

Austin BC.IU Merchant 1404 

Bacon & Co, NW cor Clay and 

Sansoine 1381 

Bank of British North .America, 

219 Saiisoiue 30 

Baptis John H, 328 Bush 1375 

Barnard's Business College, 120 

Sutter, side margin back cov- 
er and 1290 
Bartling fc Kimball , 505 Clay. . . 12 

Beemau Wm. 331 Kearny 25 

Bering John P, 420 Sansome .... 4 



PAGE. 

Bernard Charles, 707 Sansome . 24 

Blake WmH. 640 Clay 1322 

Boesch Emil, tyC,'.) Mission 1334 

Bowers Milton J Dr, (.;J2 Market.l37H 
Boyce Tbos, :i(') Merchants' Ex . 29 
Bradbury W B, 5.56 Itrnnnan ... 20 

Bradstreet J R, 10'.) Mission 1390 

Bree Thos W & John,173;j Mrkt.l30H 

Brewster John, 17 Belden 1315 

Browell J, 442 Jackson 22 

Brown Brainard C, Merchants' 

Exchange inslile front cover 

Brown D Arthur fc Co, Fisher- 

ville (Concord, N H) . .front cover 
Butler Warren C, 635 Clay 28 



PAGE. 

California Brass Foundry, 125 
First 3 

California Carpet Renovating 
Co, 1.54 New Montgomery 21 

California Electrical Power Co 
412 Market, center line Busi- 
ness Directory 

California Farmers' Mutual Fire 
Ins Assn, 38 Cal lower margin 

California Paint Co, 115 Pino..l:i73 

California Silk Co, .isri Market. 1394 

California SUto Business Direc- 
tory, 518 Clay 1249 

Centannial Planing Mill, 656 
Brannan 20 

Chy Lung & Co, 640 Sacramento 22 



36 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



paok; 
Clark Geo W, 645 Market, lower 

margin and 137:! 

Cole Seward, 317 California 13(17: 

Collins T, Berry bet 3d and 4th. 1207 
Commercial Ins Co, 228 Call- } 

fornia inside front cover 

Consolidated Tobacco Co, 685 I 

Market 1405 

CookH N, 415 Market 1265i 

Crane & Co, 518 Clay 27 

Curry F I, NW cor Main and i 

Harrison 18 1 

Daniel John, 421 Pine 1351 1 

Day Thomas, 122 - 124 Sutter, ] 
front cover 
Dean G B, 821 Market, front 

margin back cover 

Denniston E G, 653 Mission 1395 

Dewey k Co, 224 Sansome 1374 

Doane & Co, 92 Cal Mkt.back of cover 

Dockum J A, 615 Pacific 1345 

DriscoU C E, 2210 Powell 24 

Du Nayent A C, 225 Seventh. . .1410 
Duncan George & Co, 652 Markt 

1255 and 1389 
Electrical Construction and 
Maintenance Co, 222 Sansome 

1264, 1301 and 1411 

Fisher J H, 515 Commercial 1379 

Fonda W T, 20 Geary, back of 

cover and inside back cover 
Freeman BH& Co, 413Mission. 7 
Fuhrmann A M, 751 Mission, 

18 and 1411 

Gallagher B, 222 Mission 1283 

Gildea B M, 825 Market 1296 

Giller C L, 430 Mont. . ..11 and 1303 
Giovannini Daniel, 816 Pacific. 21 
Glasgow Iron and Metal Impt 

Co, 22-24 Fremont 3 and 1250 

Golden State Iron Works, 25 

First 1309 

Gosling & De Vry, 724 M Market. 1255 

Gould C G, 322 Jackson 16 

Guittaxd E & Co, 405-407 San- 
some lower margin 

Gundlach J & Co, SE cor Sec- 
ond and Market front cover 

Hagans Geo W, 535 Clay 1364 

Halliday D & W, 33 Kearny. . . .1409 
Hawkins & Cantrell, 210 Beale, 

1309 and 1350 
Hayes George k Co, 30 Harriet, 

1294, 1331, 1354, 1389 and 1395 
Heald's Business College, 24 

Post back of cover and 1392 

Herrmann C, 402 Kearny 1324 

Herz & Seller, 412 Market, cen- 
ter lines business directory 
Hibernia Savings and Loan So- 
ciety, NE cor Mont and Markt 31 

Holden T Mrs, 523 Kearny 1326 

Howard k Morse, 420 Sansome. 4 
Hufsehmidt L & Bro, 642 Clay . .1314 
International Hotel, 824-826 

Kearny lower margin 

Italian Musical Institute, 104 

Kearny 28 

Jesse & Drew, South Pt Mills.. 6 
Kelly P. 327-329 Bush, top mar- 
gin back cover 

Kevt k Co, 606 Commercial 1252 

Kittelberger k Dold, SE cor 
Kearny and Commercial, side 

margin front cover 
Knh L, 611 Commercial, (back) D 



PAGE 

Laird D W, 013 Mont, upper margin 
Langland N P, SW cor Fifth and 

Bryant 7 

Lt avitt Chas H , 225 Beale 19 

Leonard C, 110 Beale 20 

Libbey M L, NW cor Geary and 

Kearny 25 

Lundy T & D, 7 Third 1409 

McCrindle W, 22-24 Fremont, 3 

and 1250 

McQuillan B, C05 Market 1379 

Macdonald Wm & Co, 585 Mar- 
ket -.1394 

Macken James, 220 Fremont. . .1294 
MacBorley & Co, 635 California. 1252 

Makinson Wm H, 328 Bush 1265 

Martell John, 023 Sacramento. 25 
Mechanics' Mills, cor Misoion 

and Fremont 20 

Mcnesini & Bertini, 619 Broad- 
way 1278 

Meyers Adolph, 651 Wash 1365 

Montague W W & Co, 110 Bat- 
tery, 1331, 1350, 1379, 1398 and 1405 
Moore H H, 609 Montgomery. . 9 
Morris A, 50 Second, upper margin 
New Wheeler & Wilson Family 
Sewing Maciiing, 20 Geary, 
back cover and inside back cover 

O'Donnell C, 607 Brannan 1402 

O'Neill Thomas, 118 Main 1314 

Oliver & Elder. 518 Clay 32 

Pacific Business College, 320 

Post side margin front cover 

Pacific Electro-Depositing Works 

134 Sutter 1368 and 1395 

Pacific Gold and Silver Plating 

Works, 769 Market 1394 

Pacific Iron Works, First and 

Fremont bet Mission and How B 
Pacific Lamp and Reflector Fac- 
tory, 509 Mission 1334 

Pacific Newspaper Publishing 

Co, 532 Clay 1252 

Pacific Wire Works, 751 Mis- 
sion 18 and 1411 

Painter & Co, 510-512 Clay, 10 

1301 and 1397 
Palmer, Knox & Co, 25 First. . .1309 
Patridge H C, 824-826 Kearny, 

lower margin 
Peterson & Olsson, 328 Bush. . .1364 
Philadelphia Brewery, 220-240 

Second 17 

Pierce G L, 237 First, 1297 and 1302 
Pioneer Carpet Beating Ma- 
chine, 353 Tehama 1281 

Pioneer Iron Works, 225 Beale. 19 
Pioneer Maccaronl Factory, 558 

Mission 25 

Rankin, Brayton k Co, First nr 

Mission B 

Hansome Ernest L, 10 Bush, 
125S, 1280, 1282, 1287, 1'29U, 
1299. 1308, 1368, 1370, 1374, 

1379, 1380 and 1406 
Robitscheck H, 416 Sacramento. 1397 

Rohdin P, 631 Sacramento 1332 

Roth S, 154 New Montgomery. . 21 
Rowell Charles Dr. 420 Kearny. 1378 
Russell, Gibson & Co, 51H Clay.l'i52 
Salamander Felting Co, 317 Cal. 1307 
S F Boiler Works, NW cor Main 

and Harrison 18 

8 F Distributing Agency, 635 
California 1252 



8 F Gold and Silver Plating 

Works, 653 Mission 1395 

8 F Jewelry Manufactory, 613 

Montgomery upper margin 

S F Savings Union, 532 Cal 30 

Sanborn k Byrnes, Mechanics' 

Mills 6 and 1396 

Sanitarium, 2210 Powell 24 

Savings and Loan Society, 619 

Clay 31 

Schmidt M & Co, 411 Clay, 1345 

and 1413 
Schultz k Von Bargen, SE cor 

California and Front 1337 

Shelbourne House, 523 Kearny. 1326 

Shepman W E, 769 Market 1394 

Sigesmond S B, 11 Kearny, low- 
er margin front cover 

Sims John R, 1'25 Beale 19 

Skinker John, 108 Battery 8 

Smith HF>fc Co, 302 Kearny... 14 
Smith J J, 3 New Montgomery. 1252 
j Smith Wm, 21 Montgomery av. 5 

jsoher & Reimann, 427 Mont 1355 

Spaulding J & Co, 363 Tehama. 1281 

Speranza D, 104 Kearny 28 

Spring Menzo, 9 Geary 30 

Stevenot E K, S s Chestnut nr 

Powell 1256 and 1355 

Stevenot E K & Co, S s Chest- 

nut nr Powell : 1271 

Stockman J M, NW cor Natoma 

and Fremont 1364 and 1374 

Strahle J & Co, 633 Market 1266 

Swanberg k West, 10 Cal Mrkt.1370 
Taylor S P & Co, 410 Clay, 13, 

1260, 1372 and 1374 
Tennent Thomas, 18 Market. . . 26 
Tenthorey J P I'c Co, 558 Mission 25 
Tesmore Solomon, 57 Cal Mrkt 22 
Teubner & Hoffman, 537 Cal. . . 23 

The Pacific Life, 518 Clay 1368 

Thomas^ Breitt-nbach,734 Wa8hl,301 
Thompson Geo C, 520 Union. . .1396 
Trumbull R J, 419-421 San- 
some upper margin and 1392 

Tniworthy F M, 318 Front 24 

Tsun Yuen, 616^ California. . .1432 
Turner, Kennedy k Shaw, 840 

Fourth 15 

Tustin W I, cor Market and 

Beale A 

Upton John P, 518'Sac....(back) I> 

Vandall B C, 518 Clay 1249 

Varicas L. 425 Kearny 1374 

Vice Martin. 22 Mission 1267 

Walmsley W W, 923 Market. ... 21 

Watson & Co, 319 Battery 1392 

Weed & Kingwell, 12.5 First 3 

Wells, Russell i: Co, cor Mis- 
sion and Fremont 20 

Western Newspaper Union, 618 

Clay 1262 

Wetherbee Geo M, 213 Mission. 23 

Wheat C D, 740 Fourth 18 

Wheeler k Wilson Family Sew- 
ing Machine (The) 20 Geary, 
back of cover & inside back cover 

White Carlos, 632 Clay 1252 

Wieland John, 220-240 Second . . 17 
Will k Flnck, 769 Market. 1265, 

1295. 1301 and 1346 

Williams H F, 740 Fourth 28 

Wolff H, 318 Kearny 1409 

Wooton Desks, Merchants' Ex- 
change inside front cover 



ANNUAL DIRECTORY 

Of the City and County of San Francisco. 



Once a Yeak the publication of a Directory of the city is in order. Such a work is an 
acknowledged convenience to the general public in all large cities, while in cities like San 
Francisco, whose population is being augmented at such a rapid rate, and when the work 
of settling down to permanent places of business and residence is going forward, as in no 
other city on the continent, and changes of location consequent thereupon are so common, 
a frequently issued and reliable personal guide is a paramount necessity. The issuance to 
the public of works of this chai-acter should be made as soon as practicable after the com- 
pletion of the canvass, or much of their value is lost. Pretenders to the science of Directory- 
making, without adequate facilities to issue their volumes before a large percentage of the 
population has re-established itself in new quarters, have deservedly been losing favor with 
the people during these latter years. The present volume is the result of a rigidly careful 
canvass, and is given to the public in an unprecedentedly short period of time since its 
inception. A more general use of abbreviations consiberably increases the number of 
names on a page, preventing the expansion of the volume to an unwieldy size; thus, while 
the number of pages remains about the same as in previous issues, there is an increase of 
over six thousand names over last year. The readiness with which an appreciative public 
endorses genuine enterprise was fully manifested by a subscription list of nearly four 
thousand — double that which any similar work has enjoyed — thus largely enhancing its 
value as an advertising medium. The publisher desires to tender his acknowledgments, 
and at the same time invites comparison with other similar publications. 

Gkowth of the City — Present Population. — In the absence of an authoritative census 
of the people, many difficulties arise in attempting an estimate which shall be able fo stand 
the test which is sure to be applied by Federal authority every ten years, and (parentheti- 
cally), should be applied every five years or oftener, by the State or city. The population 
on the first of January, 1876, was 268,200. This estimate has been generally accepted as 
correct. If any fault can be found with it, it was a little too conservative — not claiming 
the full number which the city might be presumed to contain. At the school census (offi- 
cial and probably correct) taken in June, 1876, the number of children under the age of 
seventeen was found to be 71,436, an increase from June, 1875, of 6,527 of that class of 
the population — a fraction over ten per cent. A corresponding increase of ten per cent of 
the total population would show 295,117 as the total population of the city on the first of 
January, 1877. This estimate presumes the growth, from immigration and natural increase 
to have been approximately equal during the latter half of the year 1876 with that of the 
first half. Immigration to this port during the year shows an excess of arrivals over 
departures of 36,000. The increase of names in this Directory over the number in the last 
issue is 6,220, which would indicate an increase of 21,770 in the total population, very 
nearly the increase shown by the school census. When we consider that a portion of the 
gain, providentially not so large as in former years, is to be credited to the Chinese 
element, who have no children to include in the school census, it may be assumed that the 
figures given, 295,117, are within the limits, and that even 300,000 in round numbers may 
be safely claimed. 

Financial and Commercial. — Owing to the impossibility of obtaining complete statis- 
tics pertaining to Finance and Trade for the year 1876, at the early date at which this work 
goes to press, we are compelled to omit important tables which it was our design to have 
incorporated as a portion of the current history of the city. It may be stated generally, 
however, that the year just closed has been one of a full average degree of prosperity. 
No serious financial complications or failures have checked the course of business, if we 
except such as may have occurred, in a few instances, as the result of unskilful guessing 
at the value, real, imaginary or prospective, of mining stocks. All the moneyed corpora- 
tions of the city are on a firm basis — the volume of deposits has been maintained, and 



38 SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



dividends have been promptly paid to an amount much in excess of former years. The 
volume of money in the vaults of the banking institutions has induced a reduction of the 
rate of interest, and large investments for building and developmental enterprises may be 
anticipated from this fact during the present year, $35,000,000, in round numbers, were 
paid in dividends in this city during 1876. The products of the mines were larger than 
ever before, as were the wool clip, the wine product and the aggregate of agricultural 
production. 

Commerce was never so active in this port as daring the year just closed. Two hundred 
and ninety-one ships were loaded here with wheat and flour. Large shipments of frtiit 
and other products were made overland. We estimate, in the absence of the official figures 
of the port, the exports of California productions at not less than $40,000,000, by sea 
and rail, to which must be added the enormous sum of $50,000,000 in treasure — an aggre- 
gate of $90,000,000. San Francisco has indisputably taken rank as the second city of the 
United States in commercial importance. 

Real Estate. — The year 1875 was noted for large and numerous transactions in real 
estate. The city was, at its opening, at the flood-tide of gigantic building operations, im- 
migration was large, and promised to be still larger than the result showed, and purses 
were plethoric with enormous gains from an unwarranted inflation in stocks. Hence, fancy 
prices were, in many instances, paid for business property which the whim of the purchaser 
coveted, and residence plats fancied to be extra choice changed hands at prices beyond 
their real value, and not likely to be realized again until a natural and healthy increase of 
population and wealth shall enhance values more generally and evenly throughout the 
peninsula. The sales in January of that year reached nearly four millions of dollars, while 
February showed over four and one-half millions, and March exceeded four millions. At 
that rate a round fifty millions in sales would have been aggregated in the year. But a de- 
crease in the number and magnitude of transactions took place about the middle of the 
year, followed by a still greater depression after the failure of the Bank of California. 
Still, much of the speculative spirit was left, and the opening of 1876 promised a repetition 
of the season of fancy prices and general activity. But the break in the stock market un- 
settling values of guess-work fortunes, and to a considerable extent destroying faith in the 
possibility of restoring them, even by the most adroit manipulation, crippled the ready 
means of a large class of investors. But a better class came to the front, that class which 
believes in real estate as a means of safe and legitimate gain, and has faith in the future of 
San Francisco as a great commercial mart, to be sustained by the actual products of the 
mines independent of stock operations, and by the resiilts of extensive and scientific agri- 
cultural development. Throughout the year real estate may be ss^id to have been fairly 
and reasonably active. The number of sales was 3,840, representing a value of $24,058,- 
666, as against $35,889,374 in 1875 and $23,893,903 in 1874. The year just closed stands 
second in the history of the city in the amount of sales, and first, we believe, in the num- 
ber of sales at prices essentially just to both seller and purchaser. 

To the San Francisco Real Estate Circular, published by Thomas Magee, 210 Montgom- 
ery, we are indebted for valuable information pertaining to the relative status of real estate 
in various parts of the city, as well as for the comprehensive tabular statement annexed to 
this resume. 

" Land on the best banking and financial streets of the city is now worth from $3,000 to 
$3,500 per front foot. Land in the best wholesale locations is worth from $1,200 to $1,500 
per front foot. Land on the best retail portions of Kearny and Market streets is worth 
from $2,300 to $3,000 per front foot, while the highest price ever paid in the city for 
a strictly residence lot was $500 per front foot. The best residence portion of the city, 
and the most convenient to the business centre, lies between California, Market, Powell 
and Leavenworth streets. Lots there are worth from $300 to $500 per front foot, accord- 
ing to class of improvements, view and the proximity to Market street. 

"Where there are first-class improvements and a fine view (as on the south sides of Cali- 
fornia, Pine, Bush and Sutter) the proximity to Market street is overlooked ; where the 
grade is flat and these advantages are wanting, proximity to Market street and the business 
centre comes in as the main element in fixing values. We think land within the bounds 
last named has yet room for a great increase of value. 

" The boundaries of the next best residence portion of the city may be roughly described 
as lying between Larkin, Van Ness avenue, Turk and Clay streets. Land in this district 
is worth from $150 to $250 per front foot, with very little for sale at the first figure. 

*' Land in the best jjortion of the district between Eddy, Haight, Laguna and Devisadero 
streets is worth from $100 to $130 per front foot. More houses have been built in the dis- 
trict between Fillmore, Devisadero, Hayes and Eddy streets in 1876 than in any other 
section of like size. 



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"Mission, Valencia and Howard streets have been the only streets upon which rapid sales 
were made in 1876. In their extensive operations Missionward The Real Estate Associates 
confined themselves chiefly to Mission and Valencia and the cross streets between them. 

" Very low priced lots at the Mission, between Dolores, Diamond, Seventeenth and 
Twenty-fourth streets, have sold well recently, at prices approximating those which pre- 
vailed there in the inflation of 1868-9. 

" Lots between Folsom and Potrero avenue, and on South Beach, the Potrero and South 
San Francisco are dull. The completion of the shore line of the Southern Pacific Rail- 
road will give a great impetus to South San Francisco, which is destined to become the 
manufacturing and railroad centre." 

The prospect for 1867 — much depends upon the season — should the weather prove even 
moderately propitious for the production of the usual amount of cereals, there is reason to 
expect a fair degree of activity in real estate. A larger immigration may be anticipated 
than during the centennial j'ear, as whatever may be the drawbacks in California, it is 
conceded that this coast is at its worst as desirable a place for residence as most portions 
of the east at its best. Real estate in San Francisco is recognized by the judicious as the 
safest investment, one that while it may prove relatively unproductive for a time, is sure 
eventually to yield the largest returns 

BuLLDiNG QpEKATioNS. — The year 1876 has witnessed as great an amount of building 
in San Francisco as any year in its history except 1875. That year saw the construction 
of several extraordinary edifices, among them the largest hotel in the world, one of the 
largest, if not the largest theatre on the Continent, and several business palaces. While a 
fewer number of such noteworthy structures have been built in 1876, many really fine addi- 
tions to the architectural wealth of the city have been made, together with a full proportion 
of the more ordinary business and residence structures. The completion of Baldwin's 
Hotel, which has occupied the entire year, has entailed a cost of about $750,000. This 
hotel stands without a rival in the city for elegance of exterior, and cannot in its interior 
decoration be excelled anywhere on the globe. In size, too, it ranks with the most exten- 
sive caravansaries, exceeding in its capacity for accommodations all except the Palace. 

The San Francisco Stock Exchange Building, on the south side of Pine street, between 
Sansome and Montgomery, the walls of which are now up, is one of the finest structures of 
its kind in the country. It is of dressed granite, in a plain, solid style of architecture. 
No business building in the city will present a handsomer or more imposing front. Its 
cost when completed will be half a million dollars. 

Business improvements on the lower end of Market street have been extensive and of a 
permanent character. Bowen's Block on the corner of California and Drumm streets has 
a frontage of 137 J/^ feet on Drumm by 92 on California, and cost over three hundred 
thousand dollars. Other substantial structures of brick have been erected in that portion 
of the city. A large three-story and basement brick block containing several store rooms 
has been erected on tho north side of Market below Montgomery. Market street from 
Montgomery to the wharf will soon present a continuous line of handsome business edifices, 
extensive preparations for building on those eligible business sites having been perfected. 

Work on the New City Hall and the United States Appraisers' Stores has progressed 
satisfactorily. 

It is unnecessary to speak of tho palaces being constructed by the railroad kings of the 
coast on the summit of Clay street Hill. The fame of the same has become so great that 
special correspondents are dispatched from the east and Europe to describe their grandeur 
to a wondering world. When we state that probably some five millions of dollars have 
been invested in these habitations for princes, we convey a general idea which is left to 
the press to elaborate. 

The Real Estate Associates report the construction of two hundred and nine houses, at 
a cost of $956,000. These are good, substantial, medium sized dwellings, ranging in 
price from $2,750 to $12,000, mostly, however, selling at $3,500 to $6,000 each. These 
houses are built for customers who desire to purchase on the installment plan, which has 
been demonstrated to be one of the most feasible methods for a family of moderate means 
to secure a homestead. An elegant cut-stone front building is in progress of construction 
by The Real Estate Associates on the east side of Montgomery street near Pine. 

The Metropolitan Baptist Society has built a fine church on Fifth street, adjoining tljf 
Lincoln School building. The Pacific Hebrew Benevolent Society has constructed a large 
and. commodious Orphan Asylum on Devisadero street, between Hayes and Grove. 

In addition to the limited number of noteworthy edifices mentioned above, there were 
570 business houses of various kinds and 1,370 dwellings constructed within the city 
limits during the year. Many of the houses classed as business houses, are partly occupied 
as dwellings. The total number of buildings erected in the city during 1876 is 1,963, at a 
cost estimated upon the mdst reliable data obtainable of $9,500,000. 



MUNICIPAL FINANCES. 



41 



Municipal Fin.^.nces. — The assessed valuation of the city of San Francisco is $260,576- 
978. Of this amount $190,222,363 is classed as real estate, and $70,354,615 is personal 
property. The real estate roll shows an increase over that of 1875-6 of $20,265,053. The 
personal property roll shows a decrease ot $28,220,934, arising partly from the elimination 
of mortgages, and partly from a general shrinkage in values of all kinds of merchandise. 
The gain in the aggregate value of city real estate is gratifying, especially in this season of 
world-wide depression. It may be assumed that San Francisco is one of an exceedingly 
limited number of American cities that has steadily maintained, and even increased, its real 
estate valuation. The bonded indebtedness of the city is $4,322,500, the greater part of 
which sum bears interest at the rate of six per cent., and the remainder at seven per cent. 
The amount of bonded indebtedness redeemed during the year is $58,000; the amount 
issued is $750,000, on account of the construction of the New City Hall. A comparison 
of the financial condition of the two great seaports of the United States, shows that the 
metropolis of the Atlantic owes about $140 for 6ach inhabitant, while the metropolis of 
the Pacific owes about $14, or one-tenth as much per capita. 
TABLE SHOWENa ASSESSED VALUE OF PROPERTY and RATE OF TAXATION from 1861-2 to 1876-7. 



YEAE. 


BEAL. 


PEESONAL. 


TOTAL. 


TAX 

BATE. 


TOTAL TAX 
LEVIED. 


1861-2 


$41,870,811 

37,016,101 

43,153,212 

47,345,973 

49,159,047 

53,531,183 

58,207,861 

63,631,721 

69,776,603 

75.145,717 

76,124,551 

180,571,640 

212,407,505 

162,466,177 

169,957,310 

190,222,363 


with Keal 

29,540,553 

35,556,125 

35.851,652 

39,775,496 

43,214,976 

51,152,963 

42,782,307 

44,982,907 

31,246,159 

28,900,988 

108,011,616 
with Ileal 

101,763.267 
98,575,549 
70,354,615 


41,870,811 

66,556,655 

78,709,337 

83,197,625 

88,934,543 

96,746,159 

109,360,825 

106,414,028 

114,759,510 

106,391,876 

105,025,539 

288,583,256 

212,407,505 

264,229,444 

268,532,859 

260,576,978 


2.87 

2.74^ 

2.10 

2.98 

3.12 

3.10 

3.00 

3.05 

3.08 

2.84^ 

2.97 

1.50 

1.60 

2 . 09 9-10 

l.GO'A 

2.12% 


$ 1,201,692 


1862-3 


1,826,980 


1863-4 


1,652,896 


1864-5 


2,479,289 


1865-6 


2,774,757 


1866-7 


2,999,130 


1867-8 


3,280,824 


1808-9 


3,245,627 


1869-70 


3,534,592 


1870-1 


3,026,848 


1871-2 


3,119,258 


1872-3 


4,328,748 


1873-4 


3,398,620 


1874-5 


5,546,176 


1875-6 


4,309,952 


1876-7 


5.537,260 



Receipts from all sources for the last fiscal year were $4,344,964 22; of which $565,- 
035 75 were from the sale of New City Hall bonds. 

Steeet Impeovements. — A very large amount of work was done during the past year 
upon the public streets and in the construction of sewers. Of sewers, the total length 
constructed between July 1st, 1856, and July 1st, 1875, a period of nineteen years, was 
392,709 feet, or seventy-four miles. D.uring the last fiscal year, there were built of all 
kinds 74,125 feet, a little more than fourteen miles, or one-fifth of the entire work accom- 
plished in twenty years. 

The expenditures on street work, including sewers, for the fiscal year was as follows: 

Grading $295,133 63 

Paving. Planking and Macademizing 269,165 83 

Side-walks, Cross-walks and Curbs 179,365 23 

Sewers, etc 343,257 96 



Total $1,086,922 65 

The above are the figures for the year ending June 30, 1876. During the year ending 
December 31, 1876, the following work was accomplished: 

Miles of streets macadamized 5.39-100 

Miles of streets graded 5.2-5 

Miles of streets planked 7.3-10 

Miles of streets paved with stone 3.85-100 

Miles of side-walks laid. . 21.1-5 

Miles of sewers constructed 14.3-10 

The total cost of work done on unaccepted streets for the current year 1876 

is given by the Superintendent of Streets at $1,428,991 73 

The work on accepted streets 194,999 05 

Total cost of street work $1,623,990 78 



42 SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Square stone blocks are coming into very general use in this city, fdr paving the most 
crowded thoroughfares and streets subjected to the wear produced by the heaviest loads. 
This material gives better satisfaction than any other yet experimented with. The amount 
of street improvements during 1876 is largely in excess of any previous year, and the 
character of the work generally superior. » 

MuNiciPAX Licences. — During the last fiscal year Municipal Licenses were issued as 
follows : 

Merchandise 19,260 producing f 127,830 

Banks and Brokers 1,030 " 48,692 

Billiard Tables 509 " 4,230 

Auctioneers 114 " 6,072 

Bowling Alleys 40 •• 440 

Pawn Brokers 105 " 3,150 

Intelligence Offices 70 " 1.050 

Innkeepers and Bars 7,776 " 116.640 

Circuses 22 1 day 220 

Theatres 306 1 day, 1 month, 3 months, 1 year, 8,935 

Miscellaneous 63,459 

$380,718 

As the licenses in the above list are taken out for quarterly periods, it follows that each 
of the above numbers represent four times the average number of persons engaged in each 
occupation. Thus the city has 4,815 merchants, 257 banks and brokers, 129 billiard 
tables, 29 auctioneers, 10 bowling alleys, 26 pawn brokers, 18 intelligence offices, 1,944 
innkeepers or bar-rooms, and many thousands engaged in occupations not classified. 

During the year 34,439 persons paid poll-tax at two dollars per head, 7,989 persons paid 
at three dollars per head, and twenty-one persons at four dollars. 

There were 1,566 certificates of citizenship issued, being an increase of 1,222 over the 
previous year. 

The number ofi[>marriage licenses issued was 2,464, an increase of 201 over the previous 
year. 

The number of deeds placed upon record in the office of the Recorder is 6,484, of mort- 
gages, 2,700, and of releases, 1,778. 

The Public Schools. — The large number of commodious school buildings erected dur- 
ing the year 1875 supplied to so great an extent the needs of the department for accommoda- 
tions that comparatively little additional was required during the past year. The Depart- 
ment at the present writing owns sixty buildings, of which fifty-six are in use. It is also 
found necessary to secure the use of twentj'-six rooms, by temporary rental at a cost of 
$11,097 per annum. The costof construction for the year was $133,422 40. 
The number of children under the age of 17, as returned by the school census, was on 

June 1st, 1874 60,552 

June 1st, 1875 64,909 

June 1st, 1876 71,436 

Increase during the year 6,527 

The number of children between the ages of 5 and 17 entitled to draw public 

monies is 46,238 

Increase during the year 5,209 

The number between 6 and 17 entitled to attend the public Schools is 42,287 

Increase during the year 4,704 

The number between the ages of 5 and 6 3,951 

The total number enrolled is. Boys 17,995 

Girls 16,033 

34,029 

Increase 2,901 

The number of children attending private and church schools is 6,655 

Increase during the year 561 

The number of children between the ages of 5 and 17 attending public and private 

schools is 35,289 

Increase during the year 2,984 

The number of children between the ages of 5 and 17 who have not attended school 

at any time during the year is 10,949 

The number of teachers is, Male 67 

" " " Female 507— 574 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 43 



The total salaries of teachers for the year is $557,437 32 

Increase over previovs year 38,298 50 

The total expenses of the Department for the year were 867,754 89 

ESTIMATED VALUE OF SCHOOL PEOPEBTY. 

Keal Estate $1,500,000 

Buildings 825,000 

Furniture 150,000 

Libraries 10,500 

Apparatus 20,000 

2,505,500 

The estimated revenue for the year 1877 is $870,000, with an equal expenditure. 



THE PBECIOUS METALS. 

The yield of the precious metals for 1875 and 1876, according to the annual statement 
of J. J. Valentine, Esq., Superintendent of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, was as follows : 

1875, 1876. 

Gold $41,745,100 $44,328,000 

Silver 34,043,900 41,536,700 

Lead, etc 5,100,000 5,040,000 

Total $80,889,000 $90,904,700 

The increase over 1875 is $10,015,700, equivalent to 12>i per cent. 
The following is the production by States and Territories : 

California $18,615,800 

Nevada 49,281,000 

Colorado 6,990,600 

Utah 5,207,500 

Montana : 2,777,000 

Idaho 1,674,000 

British Columbia 1,441,600 

Oregon 1,149,100 

Arizona -. 1,112.000 

New Mexico 350,800 

Washington 62.400 

Mexico 2,213,700 

How significantly small is the production of old Mexico, and what a comment in favor 
of a stable and enlightened government. 

COINAGE OF THE SAN FRANCISCO MINT. 

The following is the coinage of th« United States Mint, located in San Francisco, for 
the year 1876 : 

GOLD. NO. PIECES. AMOUNT. 

Double Eagles 1,507,000 $31,940,000 

Eagles 5,000 50,000 

Half Eagles....'. 4,000 20,000 

Quarter Eagles 5,000 12,500 

Total 1,521,000 $32,022,500 

SILVER 

Trade Dollars 5,227.000 5,227,000 

Subsidiary Coin 23,544,000 5,455,000 

Total 30,292,000 $42,704,500 

In 1875 the coinage of gold was $24,674,000, and of Silver $7,394,000. Total. . . $32,068,000 

Increase in gold coinage $7,348,500 

Increase in silver coinage 3,288,000 

Total increase .' $10,636,500 

An increase of 33 per cent. 



44 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Post Office Statistics — Delivebt. — The growth of San Francisco is well illastrated 
by the following comparative statement of the work performed by the letter carriers from 
1870 to 1876 inclusive: 



1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 





51 


LETTERS 
DELIVERED. 


: 3 

: r- 


889,809 




1,197,374 


.34 


1,413,462 


.18 


1,744,903 


.23 


2,537,428 


.45 


3,943,453 


.55 


4,593,514 


.17 



post'l cards 
delivered. 



145,891 

514,851 

738,225 

1,033,711 






1,197,374 
1,413,462 
1,890,794 
3,052,279 
4,681,678 
5,627,225 



1870. 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 







LETTERS 
COLLECTED. 


fl 


846,775 




1,354,149 


.60 


1,716,932 


.26 


2,460,419 


.43 


3,493,528 


.42 


5,043,178 


.44 


5,724,503 


.12 



post'l cards 
collected. 






: 3 


158,485 




302,367 


.91 


569,556 


.89 


712,423 


.25 



2,618,904 
3,795,895 
5,612,734 
6,436,926 



1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 



NEWSPAPERS 
DELIVERED. 



199.665 

296,625 
394,298 
386,425 
567,599 
1,155,821 
1,448,676 



it. 



.48 
.33 

.47 

1.03 

.26 



NEWSPAPERS 
COLLECTED. 



18,813 

79,610 
155,930 
388,472 
544,472 
814.098 
703,111 



3.39 
.96 

1.50 
.40 
.49 



218,478 

376,235 

550.228 

774,897 

1,112,071 

1.970,519 

2,151,781 



It is proper to state that in the San Francisco Post Office, a relatively larger number of 
boxes are retained than in Eastern cities. The system of free delivery by carriers has 
always been opposed by a portion of the community, though experience has shown its 
convenience, and demonstrated that fewer losses occur than by the old box system. 



POST OFFICE STATISTICS. 



45 



AGGREGATE NUMBER OF LEETERS, POSTAL CARDS AKD NEWSPAPERS DELIVERED AND COL- 
LECTED EACH TEAB, FBOM 1870 TO 1876 INCLUSIVE, AND AVERAGE ANNUALLY BT EACH CABRIER. 



Yeab. 



1870. 
1871. 
1872. 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 



1,735,584 
2,551,523 
3,129,854 
4,205,322 
6,030,956 
8,936,631 
10,318,017 



<5 S. 

». 2. 



e-9 



304,376 

817,218 

1,307,781 

1,746,134 



It 



218,478 

376,235 

550,228 

774,897 

1,112,071 

1,970,519 

2,151,781 



1,954,062 
2,927,758 
3,680,082 
5,284,595 
7,960,245 
12,264,931 
14,215,932 



Ki 

1^= 



5^^ 



102,093 
106,313 
130,410 
145,011 
167,526 
249,628 
245,667 



« a 2 



10,495 
22,700 
36,327 
41,575 



s « c 



12,851 
15.676 
22,926 
26,720 
30,890 
64,736 
34,492 



~l o <» 



-«<< 



114,944 
121,989 
153,336 
182,226 
221,116 
340,692 
338,474 



While the above tables show a most remarkable increase in the business of the city — 
as the amount of mail matter handled is a certain index of the business of any locality — 
it illustrates still more strongly the development of the free-delivery system. It will be 
seen that the aggregate of mail matter handled by carriers is over eight times as much as 
in 1870, while the number of men employed to deliver and collect this matter has only 
been increased from 17 to 42. The number of packages handled by eaeh carrier in 1876 
was more than three times the number handled by each carrier in 1870. 

Climate of San Fbancisco. — The tables annexed are from the records of Mr. Thomas 
Tennent, kept by him since 1849. They give the Rain Table, with the number of rainy 
days in each month and season, from 1865 to 1877 ; a table of mean temperature for each 
month and year ; and also tables showing the extremes of heat and cold during the same 
period, which will be sufficient to give a very fair idea of our climate. The standard ther- 
mometers with which the observations are made, are placed in position to face the north, 
and be perfectly free from the influence of any direct or reflected heat. It will be seen by 
reference to these tables, that the average yearly temperature of San Francisco during the 
period indicated, is 50° 3'. The hottest day was in June, 1876, when the thermometer 
reached 95 degrees. The lowest point indicated was at daylight on the morning of De- 
cember 28th. 1867 — 20 degrees ; but these evtremes occur so seldom as to be considered 
remarkable. The general routine of the seasons is as follows; Commencing with the rainy 
season, which generally sets in fairly during November, continues through December, 
abating somewhat in January, during which month we are apt to have some frosty weather; 
February, March and April are pleasant with occasional showers and a few hot days; in 
May the sea breeze begins with moderation, and continues more briskly during June, July 
and August, moderating in September, during which month the warmest weather usually 
occurs, extending sometimes into October. 

RAIN-FALL IN SAN FRANCISCO, FROM 1865 TO 1877, AS RECORDED BY 

THOMAS TENNENT. 



Month. 



July 

August. 

September. 

October 

November . 
December. . 



January.. 
February. 

March 

April 

May 

June 



.24 
.26 

4-. lit 
.68 

18GG. 



10.88 
2.12 
3.(M 

.12 
1.46 

.(H 



3.:« 
1.5.16 



isar. 

5.16 
7.20 
1.58 
2.36 



.04 

.20 
3.41 
10 .09 



1M68. 



9. .50 
6.13 
6.;i0 
2.31 
.03 
.23 



.15 
1.18 



1860. 

6.35 14 
3.90 
3.14 
2.19 



.02 



.12 
1.29 
1.19 
4.31 

1870. 

3.89 
4.78 
2.00 
1.53 
.20 



.43 
3.38 



3.07 
3.76 
1.29 
1.93 
.21 



13 69:34 .»2i71 ;t8.84|7N 21 .:« .5Siin.31|47 14.10|4fi 34 .7l|7>MS.O-J 4il|2:i.iW W IS .40'45 -V..!): 69 



.03 

.11 

3 72 

16 174 



2 0.14 

2 0.21 

II 2.62 

14 7.25 



1872. 

4.22il0 
6.97120 
1.64 10 
1.10 7 
.16 3 
.02 2 



1873. 

2.17 
4.24 

0.78 

0.5:; 
o.oi 
0.08 



0.03 
0.15 



0.68 
1.31 
10.12 



4.85114 
1 .83 10 



3.55 

1.04 

ll 0.34 

I 0.08 



0.08 
2.73 
5 .92 
0.28 

1873 

6.97 
0.20 
1,08 
0.02 
0.11 
1.01 



0.22 
6.73 
3.02 



187G. 

6.41 14 

3.96 

4.:f7 

l.(M 

0.18 

0.02 



0.01 
0.02 
0.26 
2.69 
0.23 



Average Rain-fall from the season of 1849-50, to that of 1875-6 (27 Seasons) 23.8 inches. 



46 


SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 








MEAN TEMPERATURE OF EACH MONTH SINCE 1866, DEDUCED 


FROM TWO 


DAIL"i 


' OBSERVATIONS. ONE AT SUNRISE, THE OTHER AT NOON : 


ALSO 


THE MEAN YEABLY TEMPERATURE. 








MONTHS. 


1866 


1867 


1868 


1869 


1870 


1871 1 1872 \ 1873 


1874 


1875 


1876 


January . . 


48° 


52° 


46° 


50° 


51° 


52° 1 49° ; 50° 


45° 


45° 


45° 


February. . 


51 


52 


51 


50 


52 


48 1 50 ! 45 


47 


50 


50 


March .... 


52 


50 


52 


56 


51 


50 


51 1 49 


48 


50 


51 


April 


56 


56 


55 


55 


53 


51 


51 1 49 


53 


56 


54 


May 


56 


57 


57 


57 


57 


52 


54 50 


56 


57 


56 


June 


61 


60 


57 


59 


27 


56 


55 


53 


58 


59 


62 


July 


59 


63 


59 


59 


61 


54 


53 


54 


58 


59 


57 


August. . . . 


57 


59 


59 


59 


63 


54 56 


55 


59 


58 


58 


September 


61 


60 


58 


59 


60 


56 55 55 


61 


58 


60 


October . . . 


61 


57 


58 


60 


57 


57 54 


56 


58 


60 


58 


November . 


55 


56 


56 


55 


54 


52 51 


53 


52 


56 


54 


December . 


53 


54 


52 


50 


50 


49 48 


47 


43 


49 


48 


Means 


56 


56 


55 


56 


55 


5S j 52 


51 


53 


55 


54 




EXTREMES OF HEAT IN EACH MONTH SINCE 


1866. 






MONTHS. 


1866 


1867 


1868 


1869 


1870 


1871 


1872 


1873 


1874 


1875 


1876 


January . . 


59° 


66° 


62° 


64° 


68° 


63° 


64° 


64° 


60° 


60° 


58° 


February. . 


65 


64 


65 


74 


68 


63 


64 


60 


60 


63 


67 


March 


70 


65 


64 


71 


66 


70 


64 


70 


64 


68 


70 


April 


82 


82 


71 


76 


70 


69 


71 


70 


71 


81 


73 


May 


76 


79 


76 


78 


86 


70 


77 


72 


82 


74 


86 


June 


80 


76 


72 


73 


72 


75 


82 


70 


82 


82 


95 


July 


72 


93 


70 


73 


86 


66 


70 


75 


75 


76 


80 


August . . . 


71 


76 


72 


75 


80 


68 


75 


70 


71 


74 


80 


September 


72 


83 


70 


82 


76 


76 


74 


70 


86 


86 


86 


October. . . 


77 


78 


80 


78 


83 


80 


75 


76 


75 


80 


74 


November . 


66 


72 


70 


72 


71 


70 


66 


73 


66 


69 


69 


December , 


63 


71 


64 


65 


63 


62 1 62 


58 


59 


64 


64 




EXTREMES OF COLD IN EACH MONTH SINCE 


1866. 






MONTHS. 


1866 


1867 


1868 


1869 


1870 


1871 


1872 


1873 


1874 


1875 


1876 


January 


36° 


41° 


27° 


35° 


33« 


33° 


34° j 33° 


33° 


32° 


31° 


February. . 


41 


37 


33 


34 


35 


35 


37 


28 


36 


40 


36 


March .... 


38 


42 


34 


40 


35 


35 


35 


33 


35 


36 


35 


April 


44 


45 


40 


39 


37 


37 


35 


28 


41 


36 


41 


May 


44 


46 


40 


43 


40 


39 


42 


36 


44 


45 


41 


June 


48 


48 


42 


46 


40 


42 


40 


37 


46 


46 


45 


July 


50 


51 


43 


48 


47 


40 


38 


38 


47 


50 


42 


August . . . 


50 • 


49 


42 


44 


50 


42 


44 


42 


47 


47 


40 


September. 


53 


49 


41 


44 


44 


42 


37 


42 


48 


48 


45 


October . . . 


51 


50 


41 


40 


39 


40 


34 


39 


43 


47 


43 


November . 


45 


43 


40 


35 


37 


35 


30 


43 


35 


44 


40 


December . 


45 


20 


38 


28 


26 


33 


27 


35 


31 


38 


34 





THE CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO; 

Its Government, Public Institutions, Churches, Societies, etc., 

WITH federal and STATE OFFICERS. 



MUNICIPAI. GOVERNMENT. 



The next general election for all officers of the City 
and County Government will be held on the first 
Wednesday in September, 1877 — and every two years 
thereafter. 

ANDREW J. BRYANT, Mayor. Seth P. Holway, 
Mayor's Secretary. Office, City Hall Building. 



Board of Supervisors. 

Regular^meetingB are held every Monday at 2 p. si. 
at Council Chamber, City Hall. 
First Ward — August Drucker, 9'21 Montgomery. 
Second Ward— C. B. Edwards, 7aO Montgomery. 
Third Ward- Thomas Brvan, American Exchg. Hotel. 
Fourth Ward— John W. Wise, 607 Front. 
Filth Ward— John P. Shine, 23 Kearny. 
Sixth Ward — Fred. W. Eaton, 52G Montgomery. 
Seventh Ward- George W. Hayes. 310 Folsom. 
Eighth Ward— Fleet F. Strother, 738 Post. 
Ninth Ward — Thomas Boyce, 36 Merchants' Exchange. 
Tenth Ward— J. C. Bobdrts, 728 Mission. 
Eleventh Ward^Fred. A. Gibbs, 33 Fremont. 
Twelfth Wstd- D. A. Macdonald, 215-217 Spear. 

Standings Committees. 

Judiciary— Strother, Macdonald and Gibbs. 
Finance and Auditing— Wise, Eaton and Drucker. 
Fire Department — Edwards, Boyce and Shine. 
Streets, Wharves, etc.— Roberts, Strother and Wise. 
Public Buildings— Hayes, Macdonald and Gibbs. 
Water and Water Supplies— Boyce, Strother, Eaton, 

Gibbs and Wise. 
Health and Police — Eaton, Drucker and Shftie. 
License and Orders — Bryan, Hayes and Roberts. 
Hpspital— Gibbs, Eaton and Edwards. 
Printing and Salaries- Shine, Bryan and Strother. 
Industrial School— Macdonald, Edwards and Boyce. 
Street Lights— Boyce, Roberts and Hayes. 
Outside Lands — Drucker, Macdonald, Wise, Roberts 

and Bryan. 
Training Ship— Macdonald, Hayes and Eaton. 
House of Correction — Drucker, Edwards and Bryan. 



Board of Equalization. 

CompoBod of members of the Board of Supervisors. 
Kegular annual meeting on the first Monday of June. 



Board of Education. 

Regular meetings are held on the second Tuesday 
of every month, at Council Chamber, City Hall. 

Joseph Clement, President. George Beauston, 
Secretary. C. A. Clinton, George W. Wade, Assistant 
Secretaries. James Duflfy, Messenger. 

Members of Board — Joseph Clement, Fisher Ames, 
T. M. Edwards, N. Scheeline, O. F. VonEbein, W. A. 
Phillips, D. B. Todd, Robert Haight, H. M. Black, A. 
A. O'Neil, B. Hagen and George Tait. 

Standings Committees — 1877. 

Classification— Tait, Ames, Hagan, President and Su- 
perintendent. 

Rules and Regulations —O'Neil, Scheeline and 
Phillips. 

Evening Schools — Scheeline, Haight and Todd. 

Salaries— Von Rhein, Edwards and Ames. 

Finance — Hagan, Todd and Tait. 

Furniture and Supplies— Black, Von Rhein and Ed- 
wards. 

Janitors — Todd, Black, Phillips and Superintendent. 

Mufic and Drawing — Edwards, Hagan and Scheeline. 

Printing — Haight, O'Neil and Black. 

School Houses and Sites — Phillips, "Von Rhein and 
Haight. 

Judiciary — Ames, Tait and O'Neil. 

Superintendent of Public Schools — Henry 
N. Bolander. D. C.Stone, Deputy ; George Beanston, 
Secretary. Office, room 22, second floor City Hall 
Building. 

Board of Health. 

A. J. Bryant, President (ci-officio) . H H. Tolaud, 
M.D., James Simpson, M.D., Cornelius Herz, M.D., 
Joseph C. Shorb, M.D. Seth P. Holway, Clerk 

Assessor — .Alexander Badlam. E. B. Badlaui,R.P. 
Johnson, George Baugess, Henry A. Fox, Charles J. 
Blackburn, John P. Hall, G. E. Gloss. A. D. Misegaes, 
Alonzo A. Rentou, W. H. Sarles, P. H. Blake, Deputy 
AssesBors. Office, 22 City Hall, first floor 

City and County Attorney— W. C. Burnett. 
Office, 13 City Hall, third floor. 

New City Hall Commissioners — A. J. Bryant, 
Geo. F. Maynard and W. C. Burnett. Governor Sam- 
uel Purdy, Superintendent ; George W. Tlionias, Sec- 
retary ; E. A. Atherton, Architect. Office. New City 
Hall Building, cor Park avenue and McAUii-ter streets. 

Commissioners of Insanity — C. M. Bates 
M.I).; L. J. Henrv, M.D. ; J. B. D. Stillmau, M.D.; 
A. P. Hayue, M.D. Office, 23 City Hall. 

Coroner — Benjamin R. Swan, John O. Phelps 
and EdwM-d J. Wheeler, Deputies ; D. A. Smith, 
Messenger. Office, C36 Clay, room 11. 



County Auditor— George F. Maynard. W. M. 
EdRsr, Chief Clerk ; E. L. Parker, AsBiHtaiit, Office, 
first floor. City Hall. 

County Clerk— Thomas H. Reynolds. J. F. 
Bodtn, Frank J. Skelly, John H. Harney, W. B. 
Smith, J. P. Carusi, Kobert McNulty, ThomuR Ma- 
cauley, Cbarlco E. Nougues, Court-room Clerks. 
Robert M. Sage, Jeremiah Whalen, ThoB. F. Quirk, 
Edward Gileon, John F. Farren, J. H. Picking, A. W. 
Kind, M. S. McGrath, J. D. Rviggles, J. T. Carroll, 
C. J. Tracy, William Leslie, W. H. Reed, William 
Steveneon, Colin M. Boyd, M. A. Wilson, Register 
Clerks. F. J. Cutter, J. T. Harrison, W. A. Drucker, 
William Laughlin, E. P. Sparhawk, Peter Devaney, 
Registration Clerks. C. W. O'Neill, Edward L. Barry, 
William McGill Barrv, Copying Clerks., Office, first 
floor. City Hall. 

County Recorder.— Otto H. Frank. Edmund 
R. Bermiugham, Richard D. Blauvelt jr., William P. 
Merrium, Deputies. Edward A. Wilson, Henry Casey, 
Charles E. Stanton, James H. Jenkins, Walter Her- 
bert Cook, M. McNally, Thomas F. Casey, John J. 
Cunningham, George W. Green jr., G. Goldsmith, 
John A. Hicks, H. G. Muller, John E. O'Connor, H. 
Kirchweger, Clerks. Office, first floor. City Hall. 

County Surveyor — William P. Humphreys. 
W. H. Plater, Chief Deputy. Charles S. Tilton, G. 
W. Doherty. Paul Spitz, Draughtsmen. Henry Mer- 
rifield, Bookkeeper. Office, U'i9 Washington. 

County Treasurer— Charles Hubert. W. Casse- 
bohm and P. Sander, Deputies. Office, first floor. City 
Hall. 

District Attorney— D. J. Murphy. C. B. Dar- 
win, Assistant. Joseph Ellis, Johu B. Tungate, 
Clerks. Office, 8 Montgomery avenue. 

Fire Marshall — John L. Durkee. Office, room 
18, City Hall. 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph — J. S. 

Urquhart, Superintendent. William Mortou, Alfred 
Clarke jr. and F. G. Wood, Operators. Robert W. 
Silvey and William E. Ackerson, Repairers of Line. 
Office, 7 Brenham place • 

Health Offlce— J. L. Mears, M.D., Health Offi- 
cer. Thos. J. Shackelford, Secretary. N. G. Sawyer, 
Clerk. F, M. Roby, W. H. Cowper, William G. 
Lansing and H. Coe, Health Inspectors. Office, 124 
Geary. 

License Collector— Richard H. Sinton. Charles 
Sonntag, Chief Deputy. Thomas D. McKenna, Detec- 
tive. Lawrence Fitzgerald, Geo. D. Field, William 
T. Hunter, William M. Fitzhugh, Joseph H. Sinton, 
James W. McMenomy, John A. Hogan, Jumes E. 
Goodall, John P. Heurdon,Parsfleld O'Reilly, Charles 
H. Dillon and Charles H. Gough, Assistuut Collec- 
tors. Office, City Hall, room 7, second floor. 

Tax Collector— William Ford. Hiram B. Cook, 
Chief Deputy; William H. Miller, Cashier, JaVnesF. 
Duval, Aloses Waterman, John J. Dunn, Deputies. 
Offlce, City Hall Building, first floor, cor Merchant 
and Kearny. 

Park Commixgioners — Eugene L. Sullivan, 
Louis McLane, Wm. Alvord. Wm. B. Brlchard, Su- 
perintendent. Office, 320 Sunsome, room 14. 

Public Administrator- Simon Mayer. John 
F. Finn, Attorney. Office, 636 Clay, room 4. 

Sheriff— Matthew Nunan. James V. Harrison, 
Under Sheriff. Gideon M. Berry, Bookkeeper. Wm. 
Miller, James J. Meagher, John F. Meagher, E. H. 
Montell, J. F. Morau,W. W. Greenhood, George Hum- 
phrey, Bryan Donnelly, Dan C. Healon, J. M. 
Dwyer, John McKee, Maurice Flyun, Geo. P. Wright, 
C. A. Uhrig, Thomas Cunningham, James C. Nealon, 
Patrick R. Ballinger, William Birch, Cornelius Shee- 
han, Thomas Gillowley, Deputies. Office, City Hall, 
first floor 



Superintendent industrial School— D. C. 

Woods. 

Superintendent House of Correction— A. 

P. Dennisun. 

Superintendent of Streets— John Hagan. 
James E. Sliidmore, Chief Deputy; James C. Grls- 
wold, Peter Griffin, James E. Connolly, William Bro- 
die, Frank L. Unger, William S. Horton, Patrick Curry, 
Bernard Bums, Joseph E. Bunting and Thomas Walsh, 
Deputies* Frank Murphy, Messenger; Robert J. Byers, 
Clerk. Office, City Hall, basement, corner Merchant 
and Dunbar alley. 

San Francisco Training' Ship James- 
to^vn — Under control of the Board of Supervi- 
sors — Henry Glass, Commander. D. Dickenson, 
M.D., Surgeon; Thomas S. Plunkett, Navigator, 
Nelson F. Houston, Executive Officer. 

Board of Montgomery Avenue Commis- 
sioners — A. J. Brvant, W. P. Humphreys, William 
Ford. M. M. Estee, Attorney. H. S. Tibbay, Sec- 
retary. 

Police Department. 

Chief of Police— Henrj- H. Ellis. Alfred Clark, 
Clerk; Cujitain of Detective Force, I. W. Lees; Cap- 
tains, Wm. Y. Douglass, John Short, A. W. Stone; 
Property Clerk, William Cullen; Detectives, Wm. 8. 
Jones, John Coffer, John Meagher, B. F. Bohen. 
Office, City Hall, first floor, 

Board of Police Commissioners — A. J. 

Bryant, Mayor; S. S. Wright, Judge Gouuty Court; 
D. Louderback, Judge Police Court; H. H. Ellis, 
Chief of Police; Robert Ferrall, Judge City Crim- 
inal Court. 

City Prison — A. W. Stone, Captain of Prison; 
Meier Liudenheimer, Henry W. Waite, Charles Arma- 
ger, Charles Cook, Keepers. Office, basement City 
Hall, Dunbar alley. 



Ward Bovindaries. 

FbrstWard — Bounded on the north and eart by the 
waters of the Bay, south by Washington street, west 
by Kearny street. This ward also includes all the 
islands in the Bay. 

Election Precinct No. 1 — Bounded by the waters of 
the Bay on the north and east, Wa^ington street on 
the south and Battery street on the west, including 
the islands in the Bay. 

Election Precinct No. 2.— Bounded by the waters of 
the Bay oa the north, by the waters of the Bay and 
Battery ttreet on the east, by Vallejo street on the 
south, and Kearny street on the west. 

Election Precinct ko. 3.— Bounded by Vallejo street 
on the north. Battery street on the east, Washington 
street on the south, and Kearny street on the west. 

Second Waiid— Bounded on the north by the waters 
of the Bay, east by Ke:irny street, south by Vallejo 
street, west by Larkin street. 

Election Precinct No. 1— Bounded by the waters of 
the Bay on the north. Kearny street on the east, Val- 
lejo street on the south, and Stockton street on the 
west. 

Election Precinct No. 2.— Bounded by the waters of 
the Bay on the north, Stockton street on the east, Val 
lejo street on the south, and Taylor street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. 3.— Bounded by the waters of 
the Bay on the north, Taylor street on the east, Vallejo 
street on the south, and Larkin street on the west. 

Third Ward— Bounded on the north by Washing- 
ton street, east by the waters of the Bay, south by Cal- 
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Election Precinct No. 1— Bounded by Washington 
gtreet on the north, the waters of the Bay on the 
east. Market street on the southeatit, California street 
on the south, and Kearny street on the west. 

Fourth Ward— Bounded on the north by Vallejo 
street, east by Kearny street, south by Washington 
street, west by Larkin street. 

Election Precinct No. 1 — Bounded by Vallejo on 
tha north. Kearny street on the east, Washington 
street on the south, and Stockton street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. 2. — Bounded by Vallejo street 
on the north, Stockton street on the east, Washington 
street on the south, and Taylor street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. 3. — Bounded by Vallejo street 
on the north, Taylor street on the e.ist, Washington 
street on the south, and Larkin street on the west, 
southeast, and Kearny street on the west. 

Fifth Ward— Bounded on the north by California 
street, southeast by Market street, west by Kearny 
street. 

Election Precinct No. 1 — Bounded by California 
street on the north, Market street on the southeast, 
and Kearny street on the west. 

SrxTH Ward— Bounded on the north by Washing- 
ton street, east by Kearny street, south by Pine street, 
west by Larkin stx'eet. 

Election Precinct No. 1 — Bounded by Washington 
street on the north, Kearny street on the east, Sacra- 
mento street on the south, and Larkin street on the 
west. 

Election Precinct No. 2. — Bounded by Sacramento 
street on the north, Kearny street on the east. Pine 
street on the south, and Larkin street on the west. 

Seventh Ward — Bounded on the northeast by the 
waters of the Bay, southeast by Harri.'^on street, 
southwest by Second street, northwest by Market 
street. 

Election Precinct No. 1 — Bounded by Market street 
on the northwest. First street on the nortlieast, Na- 
toma street on the southeast, and Second street on 
the southwest. 

Election Precinct No. 2. — Boiinded by Natoma street 
on the northwest. First street on the northrast, Har- 
rison street on tlie south-east, and Second street on the 
southwest. 

Election Precinct No. 3. — Bounded by Market street 
on the northwest, by the waters of the Bay on the 
northeast, Harrison street on the southeast, and First 
street on the southwest. 

Eighth Ward — Bonnded on the north by Pine 
street, east by Kearny street, southeast by Market 
street, west by Larkin street. 

Election Precinct No. 1 — Bounded by Pine street on 
the north, Kearny street on the east, Sutter street on 
the south, and Mason street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. 2. — Bounded by Sutter street 
on the north, Kearny street on the east, Geary street 
on the south, and Mason street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. 3. — Bounded by Geary street 
on the noith, Kearny street on the east. Market street 
on the southeast, and Mason street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. i. — Bounded by Pine Btrcet 
on the north. Mason street on the east, Geary street 
on the south, and Larkin street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. 5. — Bounded by Geary street 
on the north, Mason street on the east, Ellis street 
on the south, and Larkin street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. 6.— Bounded by Ellis street 
on the north, Mason street on the east. Market street 
on the southeast, and Larkin street on the west. 

Ninth Wauli — Bounded on the east and south by 
the waters of tlic Bay, southwest by Seventh street, 
northwest by Harrison street. 

Election Precinct No. 1 — Bounded by Harrison 
street on the northwest, by the waters of the Bay on 
the east and south, and Second street on the soutb- 
■west. 



Election Precinct No. 2— Bounded by Harrison street 
on the northwest. Second street on the northeast, 
Channel street and the waters of the Bay on the south- 
east, and Fourth street on the southwest. 

Election Precinct No. 3 — Bounded by Harrison street 
on the northwest. Fourth street on the northeast, 
Channel street and the waters of the Bay on the 
southeast, aud Fifth street on the southwest. 

Election Precinct No. 4 — Bounded by Harrison street 
on the northwest. Fifth street on the northeast, Chan- 
nel stret t and the waters of the Bay on the southeast, 
and Seventh street on the southwest. 

Tenih Ward— Bounded on the northeast by Second 
street, nuiitheant by Harrison street, southwest by 
Seventh street, northwest by Market street. 

Election Precinct No. 1 — Bounded by Market street 
on the northwest. Second street on the northeast, 
Howard street on the southeast, and Third street on 
the southwest. 

Election Precinct No. 2 — Bounded by Howard street 
on the northwest, Second street on the northeast, 
Harrison street on the southeast, and Third street on 
the southwest. 

Election Precinct No. 3 — Botmded by Howard street 
on the northwest, Third street on the northeast, Har- 
rison strett on the southeast, aud Fourth street on the 
southwest. 

Ele< tion Precinct No. 4— Bounded by Market street 
on the northwest. Third street on the norths ast, 
HowiirJ street on the southeast, and Fourth strett on 
the southwest. 

Electiuu Precinct No, 5 — Bounded by Market street 
on the uurthwest, Fourth street on the northeast, 
Howard street on the southeast, and Fifth street on 
the southwest. 

Election Precinct No. C— Bounded by Howard street 
on the northwest. Fourth street on the northeast, 
Harrison street on the southeast, and Filth street on 
the southwest. 

Election Precinct No. 7 — Bounded by Howard street 
on the northwest, Fifth street on the northeast, Harri- 
son street on the southeast, and Seventh street on the 
southwest. 

Election Precinct No. 8— Bounded by Market street 
on the northwest. Fifth street on ^e northeast, How- 
ard street on the southeast, and Seventh street on 
the Botithwest. 

Ei-eventh Ward — Bounded on the north by Eidley 
and Market streets, east by Seventh street and 
the waters of the Bay, south by the County Line, 
west by the Pacific Ocean. 

Election Precinct No. 1 — Bounded by Market street 
on the northwest. Seventh street on the northeast, 
Channel street and Mission Creek on the south, and 
Eighth street on the southwest. 

Election Precinct No. 2 — Botmded by Market street 
on the northwest, Eighth street on the northeast. 
Mission creek on the south, and Eleventh street on 
the southwest. 

Election Precinct No 3 — Bounded by Market street 
on the northwest. Eleventh street on the northeast. 
Mission Creek, from Eleventh to Sixteenth street, on 
the southeast ; Sixteenth street from Mission Creek 
to Dolores street on the south, and Dolores street on 
the west. 

Election Precinct No 4 — > Bounded by Sixteenth 
street on the north, Folsoin street on the east, Twenty- 
first street on the south, anel Dolores stree t on the west. 

Election Precinct No .5— Bounded by Mission Creek 
on the north, Khode Island street on the east, Preclta 
creek from Rhode Island street to the San Bruno road 
on the south. San Bruno road from Precita Creek to 
Serpentine avenue on the west. Serpentine avenue 
from the San Bruno road to Fol8e>m street on the 
south, and Folsom street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. 8— Botmded by Channel street 
on the northwest, by the waters of the Bay on the 
east, Precita Creek on the south, and Rhode Island 
street on the west. 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Election Preciuct No. 7— Boundid by Precita Creek 
on the north, by the waters of the Bay en the east, 
county line on the south, and the San Bruno road on 
the west. 

Election Precim-t No. 3— Beginning at the Intersec- 
tion of the center line of Ridley street produced west- 
erly with the westerly line of Stanynn street ; thence 
in a southerly direction to the southeasterly comer of 
the Suunyside House; thence in a .southerly direction 
t> the nortlieasterly corner of tlxu Industrial School, 
Tract, on the westerly side of the Old San Jose roa<i: 
thence southerly along the westerly line of the Old 
San Jose road to th- southerly line of the city and 
county; thence west on said southerly line to the Pa- 
cific Ocean ; thence northerly along said Pacific 
Ocean to a pi.iat that would be intersected by the 
center line of Ridley street projected westerly to said 
ocean, aud thence eastoily along said pr'ijected centre 
line of Ridley street to the place of beginning;. 

Election I^eciiic No. 9— Beginning at the intersec- 
tion of the centre line of Ridley street produced west- 
erly with the westerly line of Stanyan street; thence in 
an easterly direction along said projected lentre line of 
Ridley street to Dolores strett: thence along Dolores 
street in a southerly direction to Twenty-first street; 
thence along Twenty-first street in an easterly direc- 
tion toFolsom street; thence alonj; Folsoiii street in a 
eouhterly direction to Serpentine avenue; thence along 
Serpentine avenue in an easterly direction to the San 
Bruno Road; thence along the San Bruno Road in a 
southerly direction to the southerly line of the city 
and county; thence along said southerly line in a 
westerly dinction to the westerly line of the old San 
Jose road; thence along the westerly line of the old 
San Jose road in a northerly direction to the north- 
easterly corner of the Industrial S. hool Tract; 
thence in a northerly direction to the southeasterly 
corner of the Sunnyside House, and tlience in a north- 
erly direction to ti.e place of beginning. 

Twelfth 'W'aiid — Bounded on the north by the 
waters of the Bay, east by Larkin street, south by 
Ridley and Market streets, west by the Pacific Ocean. 

Election Preciuct No. 1— Beginning at the intersec- 
tion of the southerly line of the Presidio Reser- 
vation with the waters of the Pacific Ocean ; thence 
along the waters of the sai 1 Oce;m and the waters 
of the Bay of S;in Francisco northerly and easterly 
to the center line' of Larkin street; thence along 
Larkin street in a southerly direction to Washing- 
ton street ; thence a'ong Washington street in a 
westerly direction to First avenue ; thence along First 
avenue in a northerly direction to the southerly line 
of the Presidio Reservation ; thence along said line 
in a westerly direction to the place of beginning. 

Election Precinct No. '2— Bounded by Washington 
street on the north, Larkin street on the east, Geary 
street on the south, and Devisadero street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. :i— Bounded by Geary street 
on the north. Larkin street on the east, Fulton street 
on the south, and Devisadero street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. 4— Bounded by Fulton street 
on the north, Larkin street on the east. Market street 
on the southeast, Ridley street on the south, and De- 
visadero street on the west. 

Election Precinct No. 5— Beginning at the intersec- 
tion of the southerly line of the Presidio Reservation 
with the waters of the Pacific Ocean ; thence along 
said line in an easterly direction to First avenue; 
thence along First avenue In a southerly direction to 
Washington street; thence along Washington street in 
an easterly direction to Devisadero street; thence along 
Devisadero street In a southerly direction to Geary 
street ; thence along Geary street in a westerly direc- 
tion to its Intensection with Point Lobos avenue; thence 
along Point Lobos avenue and said avenue projected 
In a westerly dlrertion to the waters of the Pacific 
Ocean; thence along the waters of the said ocean 
northerly and easterly to the point of beginning. 

Election Precinct No. f — Beginning at the Intersec- 
tion Of the center line of Point Lobos avenue projected 
westerly, with the waters of the Pacific Ocean ; thence 
along said line In an easterly direction to Point Lobos 
avenue ; thence along Point Lobos avenue in sn east- 



erly direction to Gearj- street ; thence along Geary 
street in an easterly direction to Devisatlero street; 
thence along Devisadero street in a southerly direction 
to Ridley street ;then(e along Ridley ;;treetand a direct 
line in a westerly direction to the watere of the Pacific 
Ocean; thence along the waters of stiid ocean in s 
northerly direction to the place of beginning. 



Fire Department. 

Board of Fire Commissioners— Wm. Ford, 
President. Gordon E. Sli ss, Edward Flaherty, Ber- 
nard Ordenstein Charles Field. John J. Hen-retta, 
Clerk ; George W. L. Post, Messenger. Office, 23 
Kearny Street 

Officers of the Fire Department — David 
ScHiinell, Chief Engineer; Matthew Brady, John E. 
Ross, James Riley George W. Corbell, Assistant Engi- 
neers; Samuel Kuiney, Superintendent of Fire En- 
gines ; James Stoddart, Assistant Superintendent; 
Peter Bums, Veterinary Surgeon; William N. Smith, 
Corporation yard keeper ; Charles Lyons, Corporation 
yard drayman ; John McCarthy and William F. Fin- 
ley, hydrantmtn. 

Steam Fire Bngine Companies. 

Engine No. 1— Pacific between Montgomery and 
Sansome. Charles Kimball, foreman. 

Engine No. 2— North side Bush between Kearny 
and Dupont. Jeremiah J. Kelly, foreman. 

Engine No 3— South side Califomla between Leav- 
enworth and Hyde. M. J. Dolan, foreman. 

Engine No. 4 — West side Second between Natoma 
and Howard. W. H. Miller, foreman. 

Engine No. 5 — West side Stockton between Pacific 
and Broadway. George W. Kennard, foreman. 

Engine No. fi— East side Sixth bet Folsom and Har- 
rison. W. O. T. Smith, foreman. 

Engine No. 7 — North side Sixteenth between Va- 
lencia and Guerrero. J. J. Skeehan, foreman. 

EngineNo. 8— North side Pacific between Leaven- 
worth and Jones. James Dyer, foreman. 

Engine No. 'J— West side Main near Folsom. W. 
H. Spencer, foreman. 

Engine No. 10— North side Bryant between Third 
and Fourth, J. W. Jourden, foremun. 

Engine No. 11— F(uirteenth avenue near Railroad 
avenue. South San Francisco. C. J. GlUen, foreman. 

Hose Companies. 

Hose No. 1— North side Jackson between Front and 
Davis. John Cosgrove, foreman. 

Hose No. 2— Post near Fillmore. Geo. K. Hohnes, 
foreman. 

Hose No. 3— East side Folsom near Twenty-second. 
J. V. Deuniston, foreman. 

Hose No. 4— East side Stockton near Greenwich. 
James Dorham, foreman. 

Hose No. ,■)- South side Market between Tenth and 
Eleventh. James Riloy, foreman. 

Hose No. C— McAllister between Webster and Bu- 
chanan. I. H. Jones, foreman. 

Hook and Ladder Companies. 

No. 1— North side O'Farrell west of Dupont. A. C. 
Imbrle, foreman. 

No. 2— South side Broadway between Dupont and 
Stockton. John O'Brien, foreman. 

No. 3 — South side Market between Tenth and 
Eleventh. 

Corporation Yard— Sacramento between Drumm 
and East. 



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Locatioii of Sij^iial Boxes. 

S. W. corner Stocktou and Francisco. 

S. W. corner Mason and Lombard. 

S. R. corner Stockton and Greenwich. 

N. W. comer Sauaome and Greenwich. 

N. E. corner Battery and Union. 

S. E. corner Jlontgumery and Green. 

S. E. corner Kearny and Union. 

S. W. corner Powell and Union. 

N. E. corner Dupont and Vallejo. 

N. W. corner Calil'oniia and Keamy. 

S. W. corner Front and Broadway. 

S. W. corner Stockton and Broadway. 

S. W. corner Clay and East. 

N. W. corner Mason and Pacific. 

■N. E. comer Kearny and Pacific. 

S. TV. corner Sansome and Jackson. 

N. E. corner Davis and Washington. 

•City Hall. 

S. E. corner Taylor and Clay. 

S. E. corner Clay and Powell. 

N. W. coruer Washington and Dupont. 

N. E. coruer Clay and Battery. 

N. W. coruer Montgofnery and Commercial. 

■S. W. corner Pine and Dupont. 

N. W. corner Stockton and California. 

S. W. coruer Sansome aud Halleck. 

S. W. corner California and Drumm. 

S. W. corner Mission and Steuart. 

S. E. corner Montgomery and Pine. 

-N. W. comer Folsom and Steuart. 

N. W. comer Battei-y and Bush. 

S. W. corner Market and Second. 

■N. W. corner Howard and Spear. 

■N. W. corner Sutter and Jones. 

■S. E. corner Geary and Mason. 

■O'Farrell, near Dui^ont. 

•N. W. corner O'Farrell and Jones. 

■S. W. corner Kearny and Sutter. 

■S. W. comer Market and Powell. 

•N. E. corner Market and Kearny. 

•N. W. comer Stockton and Sutter. 

■>'. W. comer Folsom and Beale. 

-S. W. corner Mission and Fremont. 

■N. side King bet Second and Third. 

•Engine house No. 4, Second, near Howard. 

•North side of Bryant west of First. 

•N. W. comer Brannan and Second. 

•N. W. comer Folsom and First. 

•P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf, foot of First. 

-S. W. coruer Howard and Third. 

•S. W. comer Mission and Fourth. 

-N. E. coruer Harrison aud Fourth. 

-S. W. comer Howard and Filth. 

-S. W. comer Mission and Sixth. 

-N. E. comer Harrison and Hawthorne. 

-N. E. comer Brannan and Fourth. 

•S. W. corner Bryant and Third. 

-S. W. corner Mission aud Eleventh. 

-S. E. corner Mission and Thirteenth. 

•S. E. corner Howard aud Eighth. 

-Engine house No. 7, Sixteenth. 

-S. W. corner Jones and McAllister. 

-S. W. comer Market aud Hayes. 

-N. E. corner Folsom and Ninth. 

-N. W. corner Folsom and Twelfth. 

-S. E. corner Franklin and Hayes. 

-N. E. corner Fulton and Gough. 

-N. E. coruer Octavia and Oak. 

-Junction Valencia and Market. 

-N. E. comer Laguna and Hayes. 

-N. E. comer Hyde and Turk. 

-N. E. coruer Franklin and Turk. 

-N. E. corner Jones and Turk. 

-S. E. corner Polk and Ellis. 

-N. E. comer Market aud Taylor. 

-S. E. comer Hyde aud Union. 

-Pioneer Woolen Mill.i, Black Point. 

-N. W. comer Filbert and Jones. 

-S. E. corner Hyde and Washington. 

-S. E. comer Broadway and Polk. 

-S. E. comer Sacramento and Leavenworth. 

-N. W. corner Pacific and Leavenworth. 

-S. W. corner Pine aud Mason. 

-S. E. corner Bush and Hyde. 



135— S. W. corner Bush and Polk. 
136 — N. E. comer Post aud Van Ness avenue. 
137— N. W. corner Post aud Larkin. 
138 — N. W. comer California and Larkin. 
•139-S. E. comer O'Farrell and Hyde. 
142 — N. E. comer VaUncia and Twentieth. 
143— N. E. comer Mission aud Twenty-second. 
145 — N. W. corner Folsom and Twenty-second. 
146— S. W. coruer Folsom and Sixteenth. 
147 — N. E. corner Howard and Twentieth. 
14S — N. E. comer Jlission and Sixteenth. 
149 — S. W. comer Folsom and Eighteenth. 
152 — N. W. coruer Braunan and Eighth. 
153 — N. W. comer Harrison and Seventh. 
154 — N. W. corner Bryant and Sixth. 
•156-N. E. comer Fourth and Berry. 
*157-South side Folsom, east of Fourth 
158— South side Folsom, east of Fifth. 
159— Engine house No. 6, Sixth, near Folsom. 
162 — S. E. coruer Pacific and Franklin. 
163— N. E. corner Sacramento and Franklin. 
164— S. E. comer Clay and Polk. 
172 — N. E. corner McAllister and Buchanan. 
173 — S. W. corner Ellis aud Buchanan. 
174 — N. E. corner Turk and Fillmore. 
175 — S. W. corner Grove and Webster. 
*182-S. E. corner Fourth and Townsend. 
183 — S. E. coiner Mission and Eighth. 
*192-N. W. corner California and Front. 
213— S. W. corner Bftsh and Buchanan. 
214— N. E. coiner Bush and Steiner. 
215 — S. E. comer Washington and Webster. 
216 — S. E. corner Sacramento and Fillmore. 
217 — S. E. corner Bush and Devisadero. 
218 — N. E. corner Post and Fillmore. 
219 — S. E. coruer Filbert and Fillmore. 
231 — S. E. corner Howard and Twenty-fourth. 
234 — N. W. comer Harrison imd Twenty-fourth. 
235 — City and County Hospital. 
236 — N. E. corner Mission and Twenty-sixth. 
2.37 — S. E corner Twfuty-second and Dolores. 
238— N. E. coruer Santa Clara and Potrero avenue. 
241 — S. E. corner Gough and Bush 
253— S. E. corner Clay and Pierce. 
24.5 — S. W. corner Geary and Steiner. 
246 — S. E. corner Geary and Devisadero. 
247— N. W. corner Turk and Scott. 
254 — N. E. corner Union and Pierce. 
Those marked with a * are automatic boxes 

Underwriters' Fire Patrol— R.White, capt^n. 
J. F. O. Comstock, lieutenant; J. P. Wyckoff, W. R. 
Middleton, K. Caverlv, W. H. Thomas, C. M. Jones, 
C. Alber, J. Littlefieid, H. L. Middleton, W. Crily, 
T. Dornin, patrolmen. Office, southwest comer Stev- 
enson and Ecker. 



Cisterns. 

ynmbcr and Lnralion — in Oood Order. 

Location. Capacitt. 

Gallons. 

..Dupont aud Bush streets, crossings 29,000 

. .Dupont and California sts, crossings 30,000 

. .Dupont and Washington sts, crossings.. 35,000 

. .Dupont and Pacific sts, crossings 28,275 

, . .Dupont aud Broadway sts, crossings 35,000 

..Dupont and Vallejo sts, crossings 30,000 

. .Dupont aud Green sts, crossings 32,000 

..Dupont aud Union sts, crossings 20,000 

, . .Dupout and Greenwich sts, crossings . . . 32,000 

, . .Kearny and Post sts, crossings 30,000 

. . .Kearny aud Bush sts, crossings 27,000 

, . .Kearny and California sts, crossings 20,000 

, . .Kearny aud Sacramento sts, crossings. . . 18,0«X) 

, . .Kearny and ^Merchant sts, crossings :W,0O0 

, . Montgomery and Bush sts, crossings 21,5.'W 

, . .Moutgomery and Cal'nla sts, crossings. . 32,(X>0 
...Montgomery aud Com'l sts, crossings. .. 32,(X)0 
, . .Montgomery aud Wasli'n sts, crossings. . 30,000 
..Montgomery aud Pacific sts, crossings.. 3ii,iK)0 

, . .Sansome and Bush sts, crossings 25,0:X) 

..Sansome aud Parirtc sts, crossings 30,000 

..Battery and Bush sts, crossings 30,000 

...Davis and California sts, crossings 40,000 

, . .Stockton and Pacific sts, crossings 25,000 



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25 StockUn and Broadway Bts, crossings. . . 20,000 

26 Stockton and Vallejo st«, crossingB 20,0(K3 

27 Stockton and 'ireen sts, crossings 21,000 

28.. . .fettickton and Union sts, crossings 30,000 

29 Powell and Ellis sts, crossings 25,000 

30 Powell and Washington st-*, crossings. . . IIO.OOO 

31 Powell and Jackson sts, crossings 30,000 

32 Powell and Pacific sts, crossings 30,000 

33 Powell and Broadway sts, crossings 14,728 

34 Powell and Green sts, crossings 16,315 

35 Powell and Filbert sts, crossings 20,0(K) 

36 Taylor and Clay sts, crossiugs 45,000 

37 Jones and Jackson sts, crossings 100,000 

38 Broadway and Ohio sts, crossings 40,000 

39. . . .First and Folsom sts, crossings 29,000 

40 First and Harrison sts, crossings 100,000 

41.... Second and Folsom sts, crossings 51,000 

42... .Stevenson and Ecker sts, crossings 27,0O(J 

43 Sixteenth and {"olsom sts. crossings 100,000 

44. . . .Sixteenth and Mission sts, crossings. . . . 27,000 

45. .. .Sixteenth and Dolores sts, crossings 42,000 

46. . . .Nineteenth and Folsom sts, crossings. . .100,000 

47 Nineteenth and Howard sts, crossings . .100,000 

48. . . .Nineteenth and Guerrero sts, crossings.. 100, 000 
49 Xwenty-2d and Shotwell sts, crossings. 100,000 

RECAPITULATION. 

Total capacity of Cisterns 1,899,856 gallons. 

Total number of Cisterns 49. 



State Government. 

A general election for State officers is held every 
four years, the next election occurring in Septem- 
ber, 1879. 

Governor — 'William Irwin. 
Lieutenant Governor — James A. JobnBon. 
Secretary of State— Thomas Beck. 
State Controller— W.B. C. Brown. 
State Treasurer — Jose G. Estudillo. 
Attorney General — Jo. Hamilton. 
Surveyor General— William Minis. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction— Ezra S. Carr. 
State Superintendent of Printing— Frank P. Thomp- 
son. 
Adjutant General— P. F. Walsh. 

Board of Capitol Commissioners — Gov. William Ir- 
win, Secretary of State Thomas Beck, Attorney Gen- 
eral Jo. Hamilton. 

Board of Exaininers-Gov. ' William Irwin, Secre- 
tary of State Thomas Beck, Attorney General Jo. 
Hamilton. 

Board of Fish Commissioners- B. B. Redding, S. K. 
Throckmorton, J. D. Farwell. 

Board of Harbor Commissioners— William Blanding, 
A. M. Bums, Bnice B. Lee. John A. McClelland, Sec- 
etary. T. J. Arnold, Chief Engineer. Office, 10 Cal- 
ifornia. 

Board of Military Auditors— Gov. William Irwin, 
Adjutant-General P. F. Walsh and Attorney-General 
Jo Hamilton. 

Board of Pilot CommisBloners- William Galloway, 
Thomas Badger and James Gallup. Office, 34 Mer- 
chants' Exchange. 

Board of Port Wardens- Archie Harloe, Charles 
Wilson, Joseph Austin and W. B. Norman. John P. 
Jourdan, secretary. Office, 525 Front street, room 12. 

Commissioner of Immigration — Thomas C. Van 
Ness. Office, ;)2r>k' Montgomery street. 

Conimisploners of Transportation- Appointed by 
the Governor May, 15, 1876, for the term of two years. 
John T. Doyle and Isaac W. Smith, San Francisco; 
George Stoneman, Los Angeles. 

Deaf. Dumb and Blind Asylum (Berkeley)— Warring 
Wilkinson, Principal. J. Mora Moss, Oakland; U. H. 
Haight, Alameda; E. J. Crane and D. 1). Sliattuck, 
San Francisco, Directors. D. D. Shattuck, Secretary 
and Treasurer.v 

Inspector of Gas Meters — Henry George. Office, 
531 Mission street. 



Insurance Commissioner- J. W. Foard. Office, 401 
California street, room 6. 

Insane Asylum (Stockton)— Board of Directors, O. 
Harvey. M.D. (President). Donald McLennan, Robert 
Watt, Col. Caleb Dorsey, F. T. Baldwin; William B. 
Austin, Treasurer; G. A. Shurtlcff, M.D., Medical 
Superintendent; W. T.Brown, M.D., W. R. Langdon, 
M.D., Assistant Physicians. 

Insane Asylum (Napa) — Board of Trustees: F. E. 
Johnston (President), A. G. Boggs, Peter Van 
Bever, John Boggs, George C. Perkins, George W. 
Gift, Secretary and Treasurer; E. T. Wilklns, M.D., 
Resident Physician; L. F. Dozier. M.D., Assistant 
Physician; J. B. Stevens, Private Secretary. 

Orphan Asylum Commissioners — Gov. William 
Irwin, Secretary of State Thomas Beck and Attorney 
General Jo Hamilton. 

Quarantine Officer— P. H. Humphrey. Office, 324 
Washingtou street. 

State Boards of Medical Examiners— Allopathic: Dr. 
James Simpson, San Francisco (President); Dr. C. 
M. Bates, Sau Francisco; Dr. H. P. Babcock, Oak- 
land: Dr. Clinton Cushing, Oakland; Dr. H.8. Orme, 
Los Angeles; Dr. J. F. Orme, Sacramento, and Dr. 
Luke Robinson, Colusa; Dr. William A. Qrover, San 
Francisco, Secretary. 

Homoeopathic: Dr. J. H. Floto, San Francisco, 
(President) ; Drs. J. Murray Moore, M. J. Werder, 
and E. J. Eraser, San Franci'co; Dr. J. K. Clark, 
San Rafael: Dr. E. S. Breyfogle. San Jose; Dr. W. N. 
Griswold, San Francisco, Secretary. 

Eclectic : Dr. M. R. Tewksbury, San Francisco 
(President) ; Drs. M. T. Claytt>u, F. C. Cook, San 
Francisco; Dr. J. W. Webl), Oakland; J. P. Backesto, 
San Jose; Dr. C. C. Mason, Chico; Dr. McRae, San 
Francisco, Secretary. 

State Board of Agriculture — R. S. Gary (President) , 
Robert Beck (Secretary) , L.C. Upson (Treasurer), J.J. 
Green, Charles Green, .\lbert Hamilton, M. D. Boruck, 
Frederick t'ox, Maison Biggs, L. VV. Shippie, T. L. 
Chambi rlain and E. B. Mott jr. 

State Land Commissioners — Appointed by the Gov- 
ernor May 29, 1876, for one year. H. F. Crane and 
James T. Fay, San Francisco; John C. Ball. Wood- 
land 

State Board of Pharmacy— John Calvert (president) , 
W. T. Wenzell (secretary), James H. Widber, A. F. 
Colman, Max Tschirner. 

State Board of Education- Governor Willi&na Irwin 
(president) Ezra S. Carr (secretary) „Prof. "Charles H. 
Allen, H. N. Bolander. A. C. McMeans, E. Rousseau, 
F. L. Landis, 8. G. S. Dunbar, W. B. F. Lynch. 

State Board of Examination — Ezra S. Carr (preei- 
dent). Miss Mary J. Watson, Prof. Charles H. Allen, 
John Swett, Mrs. Mary E. Michener. 

State Boartl of Health— Henry Gibbons, M.D., San 
Francisco (president) , James S. Cameron, M.D.,Red 
Blulf; F. W. Todd, M.D., Stockton; A. B. Stout, 
M. D., San Francisco ; Luke Robinson, M.D., Colusa ; 
James F. Montgomery, M. D., Sacramento; F. W. 
Hatch, M. D., secretary. 

State Board of Equaliiation — Governor William 
Irwin, Controller W. B. C. Brown, Attorney-General 
Jo. Hamilton, Smith Brown of Napa, A. P. Catlin of 

Sacramento. 

State Normal School, San Jose- Charles 8. Allen' 
principal ; Governor William Irwin, Ezra S. Carr, C. 
T. Ryland. T. E. Beans, James Denman, Benjamin 
Cory and B. Bryant, trustees. 

State Land Office, Sacramento— Surveyor-General 
William Minis, register. 

State Prison, San Qucntin — Lieutenant-Governor 
James A. Johnson, warden; Governor William Irwin, 
Lieiitenant-(;overuor James A. Johnson, and Secre- 
tary of State Thomas Beck, directors. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures— Secretary of Stat© 
Thomas Beck. 



FEDERAL OFFICES. 



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IJni'versity of Callforiila. 

Regents, ex-officio — Cloveruor William Irwin, presi- 
dent (ex-officio) ; Lieuteniiut Governor J. A. Johnson, 
G. J. Carpenterof Pla.^erville, EzraS. Carr, R. S. Gary, 
of Sacramento, A. S. HalliUie of San Francisco, John 
Le Conte of Berkeley. 

Appointed Regents— Rev. H. Steblnns, D. D., of 
San Francisco, Lawrence Ardur of San Jose, J. West 
Martin, Samuel B. McKee, of Oakland, John F. Swift, 
Joseph W. Winans of San Francisco, J. Mora Moss of 
Oakland, J. M. Hamilton of Gnenoc, D. O. Mills of 
Millbrae, William Meek of San Leandro, Frank M. 
Pixley, Wm. T. Wallace and Eugene Casserly of San 
Francisco. 

Honorary Regents— John S. Hager, A. J. Bowie, of 
San Francisco, John B. Felton of Oakland. 

EXECUTIVE 0FFICEB8. 

President of the University.— John Le Conte. Ad- 
dress, Oakland post office; office, Berkeley. 

Advisory Committee — Regents Stebbins, Martin, 
Moss and Hager. 

Treasurer — D. O. Mills. 

Dean of the Academic Senate — Martin Kellogg. 

Chief of Military Instruction— W. T. Welcker. 

Secretary and Superintendent of the Grounds — 
Robert E. C. Stearns. Address, Oakland ; office, 
Berkeley. 

Assistant Secretary— J. Ham. Harris. 

ACADEMIC SENATE. 

John Le Conte, M.D., President and Professor of 
Physics. 

William Ashburner, Honorary Professor of Mining. 

George Woodbury Bunnell, A. M., Professor of 
Greek Language and Literature. 

George Davidson, A. M., Honorary Professor of 
Geodesy and Astronomj". 

Stephen J. Field, LL. D., Honorary Professor of 
Law. 

Frederick G. Hesse, Professor of Mechanical En- 
gineering. 

Eugene W. Hilgard, Ph. D., Professor of Agricul- 
ture, Agricultural Chemistry, General and Economic 
Botany. 

Martin Kellogg, A. M., Dean and Professor of 
Latin Language and Literature. 

Joseph Le Conte, M, D., Professor of Geology and 
Natural History. 

Bernard Moses, Pb. D., Professor of History and 
Political Economy. 

Paul Pivda, Professor of ^fodern Languages. 

Willard B. Rising, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry. 

Edward R. Sill, \. M., Professor of English Lan- 
gnage and Literature. 

Frank Soule, jr. (U. S. Military Academy) Pro- 
fessor of Civil Engineering and Astronomy. 

William T. Welcker (U. S. Military Academy) Pro- 
fe»sor of Mathematics. 

George F. Becker, A. B., Ph. D., Instructor in Min- 
ing and Metallurgy'. 

John W. Bice, Ph. B., Instructor in Civil Engineer- 
ing. 

Samuel B. Christy, Ph. B., Instructor in Chemistry. 

George C. Edwards, Ph. B., Instructor in Mathe- 
matics, and Commandant of Cadets. 

Charles F. Gompertz, ludtructor in Spanish. 

Leander L. Hawkins, Ph. B., Instructor in Mathe- 
matics and Surveying. 

John D. Hotfnianu, Instructor in Mechanical and 
other branches of Instrumental Drawing. 

A. Wendell Jackson, Ph. B., Instructor in Miner- 
alogy. 

Henry B. Jones, Assistant Instructor in French and 
German. 

Wm. Carey Jones, A. B., Recorder to the Faculty. 

Edward A. Parker, Ph. B., Instractor in Physics 
and Mechanici. 

James M. Phillips, A. B., Instructor in Hebrew, 
Chaldaic and Syriac. 

Albin Putzker, Instnictor in Oennan. 

Joseph C. Rowell, A. B., Librarian. 

E. H. Sears, A. B., Instructor in Latin and Greek. 

F. Slate, jr., S. B., Instructor In Chemistry. 



John M. Stillman, Ph. B., Instructor in Chemistry. 

Frank S. Siitton, Ph. B., Assistant in Agricultural 
Chemistry. 

Graduate Assistants — Fred. L. Button, Ph. B., 
Mathematics ; J. B. Clarke, Mathematics ; David 
Cumming, Ph. B., Mathematics; Benj. P. Wall, Ph. 
B., Engli.sh. 

John Ellis, Gardener. 

Abel Whittou, Manager University Press. 

Charles Butters, Telegraphic Operator. 

Janitors— John Scannel. North Hall; John Hart, 
South Hall. 



Federal Offices. 

Post Office. 

Northwest corner Washington and Battery etreets. 
Postmaster, James Coev; Deputy Postmaster, W. C. 
Dougherty; Cashier, Thomas W. Scott; Chief Mail- 
ing Clerk, E. C. Palmer ; Chief Register Clerk, M. G. 
Sawyer ; Chief Money Order Clerk, A. Jackson ; Chief 
Clerk Night Force, A. M. Brooks ; Superintendent 
Letter Carriers, P. P. Hoin. 

Ratlivay Mall Service. 

Superintendent, Isaac A. Amerman ; Chief Head 
Clerk, James C. Coolidge ; Head Office Clerk, Perly 
R. Downer. Office, 60U Montgomery, room 38. 

CITY STATIONS. 

station A. 1305 Polk; Mrs. J. B, Lloyd, Superin- 
tendent. I 

Station B, corner Market and Seventh ; H. W. 
Forbes, Superintendent. 

Station C, corner Mission and Twentieth; Miss E. 
J. Nicholl, Superintendent. 

Hours at Stations are the same as at general office. 

OFFICE HOCKS. 

For delivery of letters. 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. For deliv- 
ery of letters ou Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m. Stamp win- 
dow is open from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Stamp window is 
open Sundays from 9 to 10 a. m. Money order office 
is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registered letter de- 
partment from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. 

Custom House. 

Location, northwest corner of Washington and Bat- 
tery streets. Open daily from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. 

collectors' OFFICE. 

Thomas B. Shannon, collector, L. M. Kellogg and 
E. Burke, deputy collectors; J. Frank Miller, auditor; 
Charles C. Leavitt, adjuster of duties; H. Clay Miller, 
cashier; Edward B. Jerome, secretary to collector; 
J. L. Van Reynegom, assistant cashier ; F. McCarthy, 
impost bookkeeper; C. C. Redingtou, N. G. Siebe and 
R. F. Clark, entry clerks; W. H. Coombs, clerk and 
assistant auditor ; T. H. Craig, entry and clearance 
clerk; J. A. Perkins, statistical clerk; W. J. Clay, 
registry and enrolling clerk ; W. F. Thomas, bond 
and recording clerk; L. .\. La Grange, permit clerk; 
W. A. Darling, invoice recording clerk; W. R. Slicer, 
assistant impost bookkeeper; Charles E. Clayes, as- 
sistant statistical clerk; J. T. Watson, <!xaminer 
gangers' returns; D. Harris, examiner weigher's 
returns; W H. Hussey, and A. W. Baker, abstrait 
clerks. C. W. Cloyes, G.H. Ferrer, liquidating clerks; 
J. A. Sampson, fee clerks; It. D. Lennox, liciuidating 
and fee clerk; P. G. Wood, stationery clerk ; Milton 
Moirison, deputy collector, Vallejo ; John A. Watson, 
deputy collector, Eureka. 

WAREHOUSE UIVLSION. 

James H. McNabb, deputy collector and store- 
keeper; W. E. Lnnib, warehouse and withdrawal clerk; 
Barlow Dyer, bon>l clerk; George Harrington, store 
bookkeeper; J. M. Creed, receiving and delivery 
clerk: H. Hoeber, inspector and measurer of vessels; 
L. Whitmore. female inspector; George W. Towle, 
captain night Inspi'ctors; Thomas Rodgers and J. 
Buckley, lieutenant night inspectors. 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



APPRAISER 8 DEPAKTMBNT. 

J. G. Moore, George W. Dent, appraiserB ; F. Lux, 
H. Z. Wheeler, axBiBtaut appraiserB ; N. B. Hoyt, G. 
McDonald, T. F. Jerome, examiners; Charles Burrill, 
examiner of drugs ; T. O. Lewis, clerk. 

subveygr's office. 
Giles H. Gray, surveyor ; F. B. Sharpe, J. C. Sar- 
gent, deputies. 

NAVAL OFFICE. 

E. G. Walte, naval oflBcer ; Walter Meade, deputy 
naval officer ; Daniel Gorham, cashier. 

Mint. 

Location, northwest corner Mission and Fifth. O. 
H. La Grange, superintendent. 

GENERAL DEPARTMENT. 

Frank W. Gross, chief clerk: Horace Beach, cashier; 
George Parrj-, computing clerk; A. E. Boray, abstract 
clerk ; Hugh Chalmers, receipt clerk. 

ASSAYER'S DEPARTMENT. 

O. D. Muneon, assayer; H. H. Lawrence, first assist- 
ant assayer ; C. H. Sherman, second assi-stant assayer. 

MELTER AND REFINER'S DEPARTMENT. 

Martin Alexander, melter and refiner ; T. B, Mc- 
Cauley, assistant melter and refiner. 

COINEB's DEPARTMENT. 

F. X. Cicott, coiner; M. K. Cady jr., assistant 
coiuer. 

Internal Revenue Office. 

U. S. Court Building. William Higby, collector; 
Halsey F. Cooper, John E. Young, H. B. Mayhew, A. 
F. .\dams, William A. Da\-ies, H. A. Hibaril, James 
S. Davis, W. H. Davis, George W. Rylcy, deyuty col- 
lectors; John E. Davis, Abram Shear, T.J. Blakerey, 
John P. Skelton, Frank Laumeister, clerks; E. N. 
Stnait, Charles E.Neidham, H. E. Hall. L. H. Murch, 
James Winters, F. M. Cooley, W. H. Hubbard, C. W. 
Miller, gangers; Isaac Eddy, F. M, Rice. Joseph Wal- 
lace, Stephen H. Reno, Charles E. Holt, Charles A. 
Morrill, Alexander C. Beritzhoff, storekeeners. 

Sigfnal Ser»'lce. 

Office 42 Merchants' Exchange. S. W. Beall, Ob- 
server. 

Sub-Treasury. 

Office, 428 Montgomery. William Sherman, assist- 
ant treasurer; F. G. liomemann, cashier; Edward St. 
John Bellows, bookkeeper; T. B. Clarke, stamp clerk; 
L. A.Boynton, assistant cashier; O. G. Osborne, C. S. 
Swasey, clerks; J. Windrow, H. S. Tucker, L. J. Ro- 
land and T. M. Watson, watchmen. 

Pension Agency, 

Office, .321 Washington. T. R. Moseley U. S. Pen- 
siou Agent. * 

Land Office. 

Office 50r. Jackson street. William R. Wheaton, 
Register; Charles H. Chamberlain, Receiver; Duncan 
McNee, Ckrk. 

Slarshal. 

Room 4, U. S. Court Building. Edwin P. Marsellus, 
r. S. Marshal; George F. Worth, Charles H. Mead, 
Benjamin J. Ackerman, Henry Fiunegass, Horace 
Bacon, Charles H. Peterson, E. F. Bean, Deputy U. S. 
Marshals. 

Public Buildingfg (Constmction). 

Samuel McCullough. Superintedent of Construction. 
Office, north side Washington between Sausome and 
Battery. 

17. S. Cominisalonei 8. 

Office V. S. Court Building. L. 8. B. Sawyer, Joseph 
F. OBierne, S. Hoffman, .\. D. Greenwotid, David 
F. Lyon, Henry F. Larduer. 



Special A|;ent8 U. S. X^easni-j-. 

S. D. Mills, E. Goddard, William Gouverneur Mor- 
ris. Office in Custom House Building. 

Registrar* in Bankruptcy. 

Samuel J. Clark, jr.. '2.5 U. S. Court Building ; J. M. 
Gitchell, 63G Clay, room 10. 

Shipping; Conimiiiisioners. 

J. D. Stevenson, U. S. Shipping Commissioner; A. S. 
Barnes, J. S. Dudley, John Duff, Qpputy Commission- 
ers. Office 118 Jackson. Branch office at P. M. S. S. 
Co. '8 Dock ; B. G. Barney, Deputy U. S. Commis- 
missioner. 

Inspectors of Steam Vessels. 

C. C. Bemis, Supervising Inspector; J. H. Free- 
man, Inspector of Hulls; James Hill man. Inspector 
of Boilers. Office 11 U. S. Court Building. 

Attorney. 

John M. Coghlan ; office, 7 V. S. Court Building. 
X. P. Van Duzer and Philip Teare, Assistant Attor- 
neys; office, G U. S. Court Building. Thomas M. 
Jewett, Clerk. 

Surveyor General. 

H. G. Rollins, Surveyor-General; J. A. Robinson, 
chief clerk ; J. H. Wildes, chief draughtsman : C. 
Bielawski, R. Gibbous, Alfred Bannister, J. H. Von 
Schmidt, J. T. Fiala, draughtsmen ; S. N. Bliven, 
clerk of acc<iuntR: E. D. Kuight, Theodore Reichert, 
Ellis Edwards, F. D. Ciprico, Mrs. H. T. Blanchard, 
Mrs. F. J. Page, Sallie E. Hopmer, field note clerks ; J. 
K. Carter, ranch clerk; George Chambers, messenger; 
R. C. Hopkins, keeper of archives. Office, 30*5 Pine. 

Coast Sur»-ey — Western Coast Division. 

Prof. George Davidson, assistant in charge; sub- 
office, San Francisco, Assistants, AugustusF.Rodgers, 
Cleveland Rockwell, Louis A. Sengteller, Gershon 
Bradford and William Eimbeck, San Francisco. As- 
sistants W. E. Greenwell, Stehman Forney, sub- 
Assistant O. H. Tittnian, Santa Barbara; Assistant A. 
W. Chase, Santa Monica; .•Vssistants James S. Law- 
son, J. J. Gilbert, Olympia, W. T. ; Draughtsman 
George Farquhar, San Francisco ; Aids E. F. Dickens. 
T. J. Lowr>-. T. P. Woodward, George H. Wilson. San 
Francisco; F. Westdahl, Fred. A. Lawson, Olympia; 
D. B. Wainwright, Santa Barbara. Office, 214 Stock- 
ton street. 

Iii^btlionse Service. 

INSPECTOR OF LIGHTS, TWELFTH DISTRICT. 

Office, 204 Montgomery street, room .'>. S. Casey jr., 
commander U. S. Navy, inspector; C. H. Thompson, 
clerk ; John Oram, messenger; George Di Earts, master 

U. S. Navy lighthouse tender Shubrick ; Rogers, 

firstmate;J. H. Pierce, second mate; William Cook 
sr., chief engineer; Wm. Scott, first assistant. 

ENGINEER OF LIGHTS, TWELFTH DISTRICT. 

Office, 120 Sutter, room 29. R. S. Williamson, Col. 
Engineer Corps U. S. Army, engineer; J. T. Best, 
clerk; J. O. Brown, messenger; C. R. Guthlel. 
draughtsman. 

Alcatraz Island— I. A. F. McFarland, keeper; John 
Riley, first assistant. 

Point Bonita.— J. B.Brown, keeper; G. H. Howard, 
first assistant : Con. Muri>hy, second assistant ; C. V. 
Bingham, third assistant. 

Fort Poi.nt.— John T. Huie, keeper ; Sophie Huie, 
assistant. 

Farkallones.— E. R. Barnum keeper; Wm. Wind- 
sor, first assistant : 0. T. Kildanl, second assistant. 

Humboldt— Thomas J. Winship, keeper; George 
Sonnichsen, first assistant; W. J. Ross, second assist- 
ant. 

Crescent Cm. — John H. Jeffrey, keeper. 

Santa Barbara— Julia F. Williams, keeper. 

Point Concepcios— T. L. Perry, keeper ; J.Perry, 
first assistant; James Young, second assistant ; Daniel 



COURTS. 



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Carpenter, third assistant. 

Ano Nukvo— Thomas Owens, keeper; M. M. Gor- 
man, first assistant. 

Make Island — Theresa C. Watson, keeper. 

East Brothers— S. M. Farren, keeper ; J.Cowley, 
first assistant ; Patrick Moran, second assistant. 

Point Firman— Mary Smith, keeper ; Ella T. Smith, 
I first assistant. 

HcENKME — Sam'l Ensign, keeijer ; Benjamin Kortz, 
first assistant. 
I PiEDUAS Blancas — S. H. Morse, keeper ; John 
Glanz, first assistunt ; E. H. Lee, second assistant. 

Goat Island— H^D. Tuttle, keeper; H. Holzhuter, 
first assistant ; John Manning, second assistant. 

Point Pinos— A. L. Luce, keeper ; Geo. F. Bodfish, 
first nssist:'nt. 

Point Lomo— R, D, Israel, keciDer ; J. S. Craig, first 
assistant. 

Mendocino — A. P. Marble, keeper; L. V. Thorn- 
kyke, second assistant. 

Santa Cruz — A. \. Heacox, keeper. 

Point Arena — W. P. Perry, keeper ; John McArthy, 
first assistant : W. C. Price, second assistant ; N. Van 
Wagner, second assistant. 

Point Keyes— I. B. Parke, keeper ; William Grieves, 
first assistant ; George N. Shaw, .•second assistant. 

Pigeon Point — Ed. Leedham, keeper ; J. Monro, 
first assistant : Charles P. Patterson, second assistant. 

Point Montara — H. T. Holbrook, keeper ; Melvin 
Giles, asssstant. 

Trinidad — J. Kiler, keeper. 



Foreign Consuls. 



ARGENTINE REPUBLIC— Charles Baum, consul, 
510 Battery. 

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE— G. Muecke, con- 
Bul, 109 California. 

BELGIUM — Salvador Morhange, consul general ; 
Emil Grisar, consul, corner Fifth and Townsend. 

BOLIVIA — F. Herrera, consul, 12-13 Stevenson 
Building. 

BRAZIL— W. Darley Bentley, vice-consul, 309 Cal- 
ifornia. 

CHILI — Francisco Casanueva 2nd, consul general, 
27 U. S. Court Building. 

COLOMBIA— J. D. Guarin, consul, 38 U. S. Court 
Building. 

COSTA RICA— J. M. Tinoco, consul, 323 Front, 
venson Building. ■ 

DENMARK— N. Sonnichsen, consul, SI,"; California. 
ECUADOR— F. Herrera, acting consul, 12-13 Ste- 
FRANCE— Antoine Forest, consul, NW cor Kearny 
and Wasliington. 

GERMAN EMPIRE— Adolph Rosenthal, consul, 
321 Battery. 

GREAT BRITAIN— W. Lane Booker, consul; 
Charles Mason, vice-consul, 319 California. 
GREECE— E. V. Sutter, consul, 513 Montgomery. 

GUATEMALA— Leslie C. Hanks, consul general, 109 
California, room 10. 

HAW .MIAN ISLANDS— H. W. Severance, consul, 
405 Front, room 8. 

ITALY— Diego Barrells, coubuI, 525 Front. 

JAPAN— Kentaro Ganagiya, consul, 703 Market. 

MEXICO— M. G. Pritchard, consul, 38 U. S. Court 
Building. 

NICARAGUA— F. Herrera, consul general, 12-13 
Stevenson Building. 

PERU — Frederico de la Fuente i Subirat, consul 
general, 320 Sansonie ; J. W. Grace, consul, 40 Cali- 
lomla. 

PORTUGAL — F. Berton, consul, southwest comer 
Clay and Leidesdorff. 

RUSSIA— W. Weletsky, consul general, 33 South 
Park. 



SALVADOR— Nicolas Gaxlola, consul, 320 Sansome. 
SPAIN— Camilo Martin, consul, 424 California. 
SWEDEN AND NORWAY— August Bcrggren, con- 
Bill, 406 Montgomery. 

SWITZERLAND— F. Berton, consul, southwest cor- 
ner Clay and Leidesdorff; Antoine Borel, vice-consul, 
northwest corner Clay and Montgomery. 

THE NETHERLANDS— James de Fremery, consul, 
710 Sansome. 

TURKEY— G. W.Gibbs, consul, 33 Fremont. 



The Courts. 

United States Supreme Court— Morrison R. 
Waite of Ohio, Chief Justice ; Nathan Clifford of 
Maine, Samuel F. Miller of Iowa, Stephen J. Field of [ 
California, Joseph P. Bradley of New Jersey, Noah 
H. Swayne of Ohio, David Davis of Illinois, William 
Strong of Pennsylvania, Ward Hunt of New York, 
Associate Justices ; Alphonzo Taft, Attorney General ; 
Samuel Field Phillips, Solicitor General ; David 
Wesley Middleton, Clerk ; William T. Otto, Reporter. 

United States Circuit Court — Stephen J. 
Field, Presiding Justice ; Lorenzo Sawyer, Circuit 
Judge, Ninth District; Ogden Hoffman, District Judge; 
L. S. B. Sawyer. Clerk and United States Commission- 
er; Joseph F.O'Beirne, Deputy Clerk and Ignited Stats 
Commissioner, Terms of Court, first Monday in Feb- 
ruary; second Monday in July, and fourth Monday iu 
November. Chambers, D. S. Court Building. 

United States District Court— Ogden Hoff- 
man, Judge ; S. Hnttman, Clerk and United States 
Commissioner; J. M. Gitchell and S. J. Clarke jr., 
Registrars in Bankruptcy. Terrtis of Court, first Mon- 
day in April, second Monday in August, and first 
Monday in December. Chambers, U. S. Court Build- 
ing. 

Supreme Court of the State of Califor- 
nia—William T.Wallace, Chief Justice; Joseph B. 
Crockett, Augustus L. Rhodes, Addison C. Niles and 
E. w! McKinstry, Associate Justices ; Jo. Hamilton, 
Attorney General; Charles A. Tuttle, Reporter ; D.B. 
Woolf , Clerk ; John P. Poole, Deputy Clerk, Sacra- 
mento ; H. P. Bush, Deputy Clerk, San Francisco ; 
Charles A. Sumner, Phonographic Reporter; Carl C. 
Fiuckler, Secretary anil i:.ibrarian ; Thomas F. O'Con- 
nor, Bailiff. Terms of Court coinmence on the second 
Monday of January and July at San Francisco, and 
on the second Monday of April and October at Sac- 
ramento. Rooms, 640 Clay street. 

District Courts. # 

TliiAl District— Samuel B. McKee. Judge ; Thos. 
Macaulev, Court-nom Clerk ; Colin :M. Boyd. Register 
Clerk; J.' F. Meagher. Court-room Sheriff: J. P. Mlioon, 
Court Commissioner ; Samuel A. Osbourne, Official 
Reporter. Terms of Court, third Mondays iu April, 
August and December. Rooms, 27 Post Street. 

Fourth District— Robert F. Morrison, Judge ; 
John F. Boden, Court -room Clerk ; .lames D. Buggies, 
Register Clerk; E. H. Moutell, Court-room Sheriff: 
Charles Halsev, Court Commissioner; E. S. Beldeu, 
Official Reporter. Terms of Court, tirst Mondays in 
February, May, August and Novenjber. Rooms, 9-10 
City Hall. 

Twelfth District — William P. Daingerfleld, 
Jvidge; Samuel P. Carusi, Court -room Clerk; William 
W. Greenhood, Courtroom Sherill'; Charles E. Gibbs, 
Cowt C<)niniiB8ioner.; Harrison \. Joms, Ollicial Re- 
porter. Terms of Court, first Mondays in January, 
April. July and October. Rooms, second floor City 
Hall. 

Fifteenth District— Samuel H. Dwinelle.Judgc; 
William B. Smith, Court-room Clerk: Harr>-W. Kind. 
Register Clerk : H. V. Boyd, Court-room Sheriff; W. 
H. CheeverH. Court Commissioner: Audnw J. Marsb, 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Official Reporter. Terms of Court, first Mondays in 
March, June, September and December. Kooms, 8 
Montgomery Avenue. 

NineteentU District— E. D. Wheeler, -Judge; 
Bertrand McNulty. Courtroom Clerk ; W. H. Beed, 
Keglster Clerk ; George Humphreys, Court-room Sher- 
iff; Gordon N. Mott, Court Commissioner; John H. 
Biley. Official Reporter. Terms of Court, second 
Mondays in April, August and December. Rooms, 
417 Kearny 

County Court— Selden S. Wright, Judge; John 
H. Harney, Court room Clerk ; John F. Farran, Reg- 
ister Clerk; Georjje T. Wrifjht, Court-room Sheriff; 
B. 0. Brown, Official Reporter. Terms of Court, first 
Mondays in Januaiy, March, May, July, September 
and November. Rooms, 8 City Hall. 

City Criminal Court— Robert Ferral, Judge; 
R. M. Clarken, Clerk : John H. Whalen, Prosecuting 
Attorney ; James L. Gallagher, Bailiff. Rooms, 728 
Montgomery street. 

Municipal Criminal Court— Maurice C. Blake, 
Judge; F.J. Skelly, Court-room Clerk; R. M. Sage, 
Register Clerk; J. M. Dwyer, Court-room Sheriff; D. 
J. Murphy, District .\ttomey ; C. B. Darwin, Assist- 
ant Distiict Attorney ; Hervy Dameal, Official Re- 
porter. Terms of Court, first Mondays in January, 
March, May, July, September and November. Rooms, 
729 Montgomery. 

Probate Court— M. H. Myrick, Judge ; Charles 

E. Nougues, Court-room Clerk ; Edward Gilson, Reg- 
ister Clerk; W. A. Maxwell, Official Reporter. Terms 
of Court, first Mondays of each month. Boom, 18 
City Hall. 

Police Court— Davis Loud erback jr., Judge: Noah 

F. Flood, Prosecuting .\ttoruey ; Thomas J. Dixon, 
Clerk ; Ernest Stock, Interpreter of German ; Andrew 
Glover, Interpreter of Italian and SclHVoniau ; Joseph 
A. Beesey. Interpreter of French and Spanish ; Lewis 
Locke,Interpreter of Chinese. Sessions, daily. Booms 
on first floor City Hall. 

Justice's Court — J. C. Pennis, Presiding Justice 
H. L. Joachimsou, J. P. Hardy, F. A. Sawyer, L. W. 
Ransom, Justices ; George L. Wedekiud, Clerk. 
Rooms, 804 Montgomery street. 



Banks. 



BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, 

Incorporated by Royal Charter. 
Capital paid up, $1 ,800,000, with pqwer to 

* increase to 810 ,000 ,000. 
SOUTHEAST COR. CALIFORNIA & S.\NSOjft; STS. 



HEAD OFFICE— 5 East India Avenue, LONDON, 

BRANCHES — PORTL.\ND, OREGON; VICTORIA 

AND CARIBOO, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Draws upon its Iliad Office and Branches as above. 
Up'>u all the i^rincipal cities in Canada, Ireland and 
Scotland ; .Xustralia, New Zealand and China ; and 
also transacts a General Banking Busiue.ss. 

W. H. TLL.L.INGHAST, 
Manager. 

BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, 219 
Sansome street. A. McKiuIay and H. W. Glenny, 
Agents. 

BANK OF COMMERCE, :i>4 California. D. W. C. 
Thompson, President ; A. W. Preston, Cashier. 

GRANGERS' BANK OF CALIFORNIA, 42 Califor- 
nii^. Calvin J. Cressey. of Stanislaus county, Preci- 
dent; J. V. Webster, Treasurer ; .\lbert Montpelier, 
Cashier; Frank A. Cressey, Secretary. 



LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK (limited) 
424 California street. Milton 8. Latham, President.; 
James M. Streeten, Manager ; Arthur Scrivener, Cash- 
ier. 

MERCH.\NTS" EXCHANGE BANK, 423 California 
street. .-Vlvinza Hayward, President ; H. F. Hast- 
ings, Cashier. 

NATIONAL GOLD BANK AND TRUST CO.— 401 
Montgomery. C. H. Burton, President ; M. Lynch, 
Vice-President; H. H. Hewlett, Cashier. 

PACIFIC BANK, northwest corner Sansome and 
Pine streets. Peter H. Burnett, President; E. D. Mor- 
gan, Cashier. 



SWISS-AMERICAN BANK— 527 Clay street. Henry 
Hentsch (Geneva), Fresident ; Francis Berton and 
Robert Watt, Directors. 



THE AXGIiO-C.^LIPORXI-IN BANK, 
(Limited). 

4-22 CALIFORNIA STREET. 



Frkd'k F. Low and Ionaxz Steinhabt Managers. 

P. N. L11.IESTH.U:., Cashier. 



Authorized Capital, - - 
Paid-up Capital, - - - 
Reserve and Surplus, 



- - 96,000,000 I 
- - 1,500,000 

- - - 150,000 



Transact a General Ranking Business. Issue Com- 
mercial Credits and Bills of Exchange available in 
all parts of the world. 

Collections and Orders for Bonds, Stocks, etc., ex- 
ecuted upon the most favorable terms. 



THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA— Northwest comer 
California and Sansome streets. D. O. Mills, Presi- 
dent; William Alvord, Vice-President; Thomas Brown, 
Cashier; Stejihen Franklin, Secretary. 

THE B.\NK OF S.\N FRANCISCO— 436 California 
street. N. P. Cole, President; H. McPherson, Cash- 
ier. 



THE FIRST NATIONAL GOLD BANK— U12 Mont- 
gomery street. R. C. Woolworth, President; George 
W. Rodman, Cashier. 



THE NEVADA BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO— 

Northwest corner Montgomery and l*ine streets. 
Louis McLane, President; N. K. Mastcn, Cashier. 



Savings Banks. 



COLLATERAL LOAN .\ND SAVINGS BANK — 
Northi'ast corner Post and Kearny streets. Joseph S. 
Spear, jr.. President; F. S. Carter, Secretary; George 
O. Ecker, .\ppraiser. 



COSMOPOLIT.VN DIME SAVINGS AND EX- 
CHANGE BANK— eifi Market street. Frank A. Ruth- 
ford. President; W. McMahon O'Brien, Secretary and 
Cashier. 



FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK OF SAV- 
ING3 — 225 Sansomp street. Henry Dutton, President; 
G. M. Condee, Cashier, 



FRENCH SAVINGS .\ND LOAN SOCIETY— 411 
Bush street. G. Dussol, President; C. Martin, Treas- 
urer ; G. Mahe, Manager. 



HUMBOLDT SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY— 16 
Gjary street, .\dolph C. Weber, President; Adolph 
Hartmaun, Secretary. 



BANKS. 



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L.^D MORTGAGE UNION AND SAVINGS BANK 
OF CALIFORNIA— 534 California street. J. H. Fish, 
President ; John T. Cart-r, Secretary. 



MARKET STREET BANK OF SAVINGS— 634 
Market street. T. B. Lewis, President ; W. E. LatKon, 
Secretary. 



MASONIC SAVINGS AND LOAN BANK— G Post 
street, Masonic Temple. William H. Culver, Presi- 
dent ; H. T. Graves, Secretary. 



ODD FELLOWS' SAVINGS BANK— 325 Montgom- 
ery street. Abram Block, President ; James Ben.son, 

Secretai-y. 



PIONEER LAND AND LOAN BANK OF SAV- 
INGS AND DEPOSIT— Southeast comer California 
and Montgomery streets. Thomas Gray, President ; 
H. Kofahl, Cashier; J. C. Duncan, Secretary. 



SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION— 502 Califor- 
nia street. James de Fremery, President ; Albert 
Miller, Vice-President ; Lovell White, Cashier. 



SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY— 619 Clay street. 
E. W. Burr, President ; Cyrus W. Carmany, Cashier. 



SECURITY SAVINGS B.ANK— 215 Sansome street. 
John Parrott, President ; Jerome Lincoln, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; W. C. Jones, Secretary. 



THE CALIFORNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCI- 
ETY — 512 California street. David Farquharson, Pres- 
ident ; D. B. Chisholm, Cashier. 



THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY— 
520 California street. L. Gottig, President ; George 
Lette, Secretary. 



THE HIBERNU SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY— 
Northeast corner Montgomery and Market streets. 
M. D. Sweeney, President; C. D. O'Sullivan, Vice- 
President ; Edward Martin, Treasurer; Richard To- 
bin. Attorney. 



Banks — Pr i va te. 

IR. BELLOC— 524 Montgomery street. 

ALFRED BOREL & CO— Northwest corner Clay 
and Montgomery streets. 

B. DAVIDSON & CO— 515 Montgomery street. 

D. MYER— 212 Pine street. 

DONOHOE, KELLY & CO— Southeast corner Sac- 
ramento and Montgomery streets. 

HICK OX & SPEAR— 242 Montgomery street. 

LAZARD FRERES— 409 California street. 

SATHER & CO.— Northeast corner Commercial and 
Montgomery streets. 

TALLANT & CO— 234 California street. 

WELLS, FARGO & CO.— 322 California street. 

San Francisco Exchan^fe. 

CALIFORNIA STOCK EXCHANGE BO.\RD — 
6 Leidesdoi-ff street. Wm. J. Smith, President ; J. L. 
Armstrong, Vice-President ; John Gray, Chairman ; 
John T. Beals, Secretary ; The Nevada Bank of San 
Francisco, Treasurer. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.— Merchants' Exchange 
building. I. Friedlander, President ; J. C. Merrill, 
first Vice-President; I. W. Raymond, second Vice- 
President ;Heury Mel, Secretary, Treasurer and Libra- 
rian ; Horace Davis, W. N. Olmstead, Ira P. Rankin, 
George F. Bragg, Levi Stevens, W. N. Hawley, D. C. 
McRuer, C. Adolphe Low, W. C. Talbot. W. W. Dodge, 
D. D. Shattuck, Alfred P. Elfelt, Trustees. 

LUMBER EXCHANGE— Pier 5, Steuart street. G. 
B. Knowles, President; George Earle, Secretarj-; J. J. 
McKinnon, Treasurer. 



MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION.— Mer- 
chants' Exchange Building. James C. Patrick, Presi- 
dent ; J. \. Coolidge, Secretary; James C. Patrick, 
Charles Mayue, C. Meyer, R. G. Sneath, C. G. Hook- 
er, J. C. Merrill, J. W. H. Camiibell, Trustees. 

NEVADA STOCK EXCHANGE — .522 California 
street. H. H. Barling, President; Silas Selleck, Vice- 
President and Chairman Stock List Committee; H. B. 
Cougdon, Secretary. Ofhce of Seeretary, 240 Mont- 
gomery, room (J. 

PACIFIC STOCK EXCHANGE — 318 Montgomery 
street. E. J. Baldwin, President ; Ch^ples L. Weller, 
Vice-President ; Geo. C. Hickox, Treasurer ; Andrew 
J. Moulder, Secretary ; Joseph Tilden, Chairman. 

SAN FR.\NCISCO CLEARING HOUSE — 211 San- 
some. Milton S. Latham, President ; A. McKinlay, 
Secretary ; Thomas S. Taylor, Manager ; Milton S. 
Latham, D. O. Mills F. F. Low, A. McKinlay, Com- 
mittee. 

SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE EXCHANGE.— North- 
east comer Clay and Davis streets. Horace Davis, 
President; D. Ballard, Vice-President; E. Ransom. 
Treasurer; William H. Walker, Secretary; Levi Mark- 
ley, A. B. Field, R. P. Teuney, J. Martenstein, W. L. 
Witham, H. Waterman, James N. MeCune, Directors; 
A.B.Hill, H. Allen Mayhew, Inspectors of Grain; 
P. A. Campbell, Inspector of Flour. 

SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE 
BOARD — 411,!^ California street. J. W. Coleman, 
President ; C. W. Bonynge, Vice-President ; Walter 
TurnbuU, Secretary ; Henry Schmieden, Treasurer ; 
B. H. Colt, Chairman. 



Insurance — Fire. 

San Francisco Companies. 



CAHFORSriA FARMERS' MUTUAL. FIRE 
IXSURANCE ASSOCIATION, 

38 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

Capital, $»U0, 000 00 

Assets, October 15, 1876 »68,71U 33 

J. D. BLANCHAR President 

I. G. GARDNER Vice-President 

G. P . KELLOGG Treasurer 

A. W. THOMPSON Attorney 

FERD. K. RULE Secretary 

JAMES H. CILLS Surveyor 

(t^Farm Property insxired at actual cost on the 
Mutual Plan. Other desirable property insured, and 
rated according to merit. 



CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY— 318 Cali- 
fornia street. C. T. Hopkins, President ; Zensa Cro- 
well. Secretary. 



COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMP.\NY— 228 Cali- 
fornia strett. C. W. Kellogg; President; Charles A. 
Laton, Secretary. 



FIREMANS FUND INSURANCE COMPANY — 
Southwest comer California and Sansome streets. 
David J. Staples, President; George D. Dornin, Sec- 
retary. 



HOME MUTUAL INSUR<VNCE COMPANY — 406 
California street. J. F. Houghton, President ; Chaa. 
R. Story, Secretary. 



STATE INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE COM- 
PANY — 218-220 Sansome street. Peter Donahue, 
president; A. .1. Bryant, Vice-President; Charles H. 
Gushing, Secretar}-. 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



UNION INSURANCE COMPANY— 410-418 Calitor- 
nia street. Gustave Touchard, President ; Charles D. 
HaTen, Secretary. 



Churches. 

Baptist. 

FIFTH BAPTIST CHURCH— Rev. Uriah Gregory, 
pastor. Twenty-second street near Howard. 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH— Rev. E. B. Hulbert, 
pastor. North^ide of Eddy street between Jones and 
Leaveuworth. 

METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHURCH— Rev. Isaac 
S. Kallocb, pastor. Northeast comer Fifth and Jessie 
streets. 

THIRD BAPTIST CHURCH (colored)— Rev. H. 
Young, pastor. East side of Powell street between 
Sutter aud Bush. 

UNION SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH— Rev. Lyman 
Chase, pastor. South side Post street between Powell 
and Marion. 

MISSION CHAPPEL— Rev. Geo. E. Davis, pastor. 
Eleventh avenue, South San Francisco. 

BAPTIST CHINESE inSSION— Rev. John Francis, 
missionary. 829 Washington street. 

Con^regpational. 

BETHANY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH — Rev. 
W. C. Pond, pastor. Bartlttt street nr Twenty-fifth. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH— Rev. A. L. 
Stone, D.D., pastor. Southeast corner Post aud Mason 
streets. 

GREEN STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH— 
Rev. W. E. Ijams, acting pastor. South side Green 
street between Stockton and Powell. 

PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH— Rev 
T. K. Noble, pastor. East side of Taylor street be- 
tween O'Farrell aud Geary. 

THIRD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH-Rev. Ed- 
ward P. Baker, pastur. South side of Fifteenth street 
between Mission aud Valencia. 

Episcopal. 

CHURCH OF THE ADVENT— Kev. Henry D. La- 
throp, D.D., rector. South side of Howard street 
opposite New Montgomery. 

GRACE CHURCH— Bev. W.H.Piatt, rector. South- 
east comer of Stockton aud California streets. 

ST. JOHN'S CHURCH-Rev. Alfred Todhunter, 
rector. Comer of Fifteenth and Valencia streets. 

ST. LUKE'S CHURCH-Rev. E. 8. Ptake, rector. 
Pacific Avenue between Polk and Van Ness Avenue. 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH-Rev. William 6. Powell, 
rector. Northeast comer of Stockton and Filbert 
streets. 

TRINITY CHURCH-Rev. H. W. Beers, D.D., 
rector. Northeast comer of Powell and Post streets. 

TRINITY CHAPEL— Rev. G. W. Mayer, officiating. 
Worship at Dashaway Hall. 

CHRIST CHURCH MISSION— Bev. P. W. Cassey, 
pastor. Southeast comer of Jackson and Powell 
streets. 

ST. PAUL'S MISSION— Rev. James McElroy.D.D., 
in charge. Comer of Bush and Pierce streets. 

ST. STEVEN'S CHAPEL— Rev. E.J. Lion, mission- 
ary. Comer of Webster and Fulton streets. 

ST. LUKE'S [HOSPITAL, CHAPEL— Rev. T. W. 
Brotherton, in charge. San Jose avenue between 
Twenty-seventh and 'Twenty-eighth streets. 



CHURCH UNION MISSION — Rev. William C. 
Powell, missionary. Services at the Alms House. 

SEAMEN'S MISSION— Rev. G. W. Mayer, mission- 
ary. Corner of Front and Jackson streets. 

THE CHURCH HOME, CHAPEL-Mission Btrcet 
near Fourteenth. 

Hebrevr. 

CONGREGATION BETH ISRAEL— Dr. Isaac P. 
Grodjinski, rabbi. Corner Mission and Mary street. 

CONGREGATION EMANU EL— Rev. Dr. E. Cohn, 
rabbi; Rev. M. Wolff, cunt >r Synasopue, north side 
of Sutter street between Stockton and Powell. 

CONGREGATION OHABAI SHALOME- Rev. Dr. 
Bettelheira, rabbi. Synagogue, east side of Mason 
street between Geary and Post. 

CONGREGATION SHAARY ZEDEK — (Vacant). 
Stockton street between Vallejo and Broadwav. 

CONGREGATION SHERITH ISRAEL — Rev. Dr. 
H. Vidaver, rabbi ; Bev. Oswald Weiss, cantor. Syn- 
agogue, northeast corner of Post and Taylor streets. 

Evungelican LiUtUeran. 

EMANUEL CHURCH OF THE EVANGELICAL 
ASSOCI.\TION— F. W. Vogelein, pastor. North side 
of Jessie street between Sixth and Seventh 

FIRST REFORMED CHURCH-Rev. J. H Kmeger, 
pastor. East side of Eleventh street between Market 
and Mission. 

SCANDINAVIAN CHURCH-Rev. E. Shogren, pas- 
tor. South side of Harrison street between Fifth and 
Sixth. 

SCANDINA\aAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH — Lauritz Carlten, pastor. Worship in St. 
Paul's German Church. 

ST. MARKS GERMAN CHURCH-Rev. G. Muehl- 
steph, pastor. South side of Geary street between 
Stockton and Powell. 

ST. PAUL'S GERMAN CHURCH-Rev. J. M. 
Buehler. pastor. South side of Mission street be- 
tween Fifrh and Sixth 

SWEDISH EVANGELICAL ITs'ION CHURCH 
(Lutheran)— Rev. P. W. Sundbom, pastor. Worship 
iu Hull of Young Men's Christian Association. 

Methodist Episcopal. 

BETHEL M. E. CHURCH (colored) -Rev. J. J. 
Dyer, pastor. I'iOT Powell. 

BUSH STREET M. E. CHURCH-Rev. David Deal, 
pastor. Bush stnet between Scott and Devisadero. 

BROADWAY M. E. CHURCH-Rev. C. H. Aftler- 
bach, pastor. 728 Broadway street. 

CENTRAL M. E. CHURCH-Rev. Frank F. Jewell, 
D.D., pastor. North side of Mission street between 
Sixth aud Seventh. 

FOLSOM STREET M. E. CHURCH— Rev. J. Franz, 
pastor. North side of Folsom street between Fourth 
and Fifth. 

HOWARD STREET M. E. CHURCH-Rev. Thomas 
Guard, D.D., pastor. South side of Howard street 
between Second and Third. 

KENTUCKY STREET M. E. CHURCH-Rev. R. W. 
Williamson, pastor. Tennessee street ne^ir Solano, 
Potrero. 

MISSION STREET M. E. CHURCH-Rev. E. S. 
Todd, pastor. East side of Mission street between 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth. 

POWELL STREET M. E. CHURCH— Rev. John 
Coyle, pastor. West side of Powell street between 
Washington and Jackson. 



CHURCHES. 



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SCANDINAVIAN M. E. CHUBCH— Rev. Erick Sbo- 
gren, pastor. North side of Harrisou street between 
Fifth and Sixth. 

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH (Southern Methodist)— Rev. 
C. Chamberlin, pastor. West side of Rubs street be- 
tween Howard and Folsom. 

ZION M. E. CHURCH (colored)— Rev. W. Williams, 
pastor. West side of Stockton street between- Sacra- 
mento and Clay. 

CHINESE MISSION HOUSE— Rev. Otis Gibson, 
pastor; Lan Hok Han, assistant. 91G Waehingtou 
street. 



Presbyterian. 

CALV.\RY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— Rev. John 
Hemphill, pastor. Northwest corner df Geary and 
Powell streets. 

CENTENNIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— Rev. 
T. M. Cunningham, D. D., pastor. Worship at Me- 
chanics' Pavilion, entrance on Eight street. 

CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN TABERNACLE— Rev. 
John Laird, pastor. North side of Tyler street be- 
tween Tayler and Jones. 

EMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH — Rev. 
James Woodworth, pastor. North side of Harrison 
street between Fifth and Sixth. 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.— Rev. Robert 
Patterson, CD., pastor. West side of Stockton be- 
tween Washington and Clay. 

HOWARD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— Rev. Asa 
S. Fiske, pastor. South side of Mission street be- 
tween Third and Fourth. 

HOWARD STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— 
Rev. A. K. Strong, pastor. East side Howard street 
between Twenty-first and Twenty-second. 

LARKIN STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— 
Bev. John M. Allis, pastor. Larkin street near Pacific 
avenue. 

MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— Rev. Al- 
exander Allardyce, pastor. Southwest corner of 
Railroad and Eighteenth avenues, South San Fran- 
cisco. 

OLIVET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— Rev. S. S. 
Wells, pastor. Tennessee street between Sierra and 
Napa, Potrero. 

ST. JOHN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH- Rev. 
W. A. Scott, D.D., pastor. North side of Post street 
between Mason and Taylor. 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— Rev. M. M. 
Gibson, pastor. West side of Maeon street between 
Eddy and Ellis. 

WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— Rev. 
M. L. Berger, pastor. South Bide of Fell street be-, 
tween Octavia and Laguna. 

WOODBRIDGE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— Rev. 
Sylvfstir WoodbridRe, D.D., pastor. Corner Twen- 
tieth and Capp streets. 

CHINESE MISSION CHAPEL— Rev. A. W. Loomis, 
Superintendent. Northeast corner of Stockton and 
Sacramento streets. 



Ruinnn Catholic. 

CHURCH OF THE HOLY CROSS-Rev. James 
Largau, pastor. Calvary Cemetery. 

NOTRE DAME DE8 VICTOIBES— Rev. Pierre 
Robert, pastor. North Bide of Bush street between 
Dupout and Stockton. 

NUESTRA SENOBA DE GUADALUPE CHURCH— 
Rev. Francis Garrlga, pastor. North side of Broad- 
way street near Mason. 



MISSION DOLORES CHURCH — Rev. Fat/ier 
Brennan, pastors. West side Dolores street between 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth. 

ST. BONIFACE CHURCH— Rev. Julius Herde, 
pastor ; Rev. F. Wolfe, assistant. South side of Tyler 
street between Jones and Leavenworth. 

ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH— Rev. T. Callahan, pas- 
tor. Southwest comer of Broadway street and Van 
Ness avenue. 

ST. FRANCIS CHURCH— Rev. John F. Harring- 
ton, pastor; Rev. F. Caraher and Rev. F. J. O'Connor, 
assistants. Corner of Montgomery avenue and Val- 
lejo street. 

ST. IGNATIUS CHURCH— In charge of the Fathers 
of the Society of Jesus, St. Ignatius College. South 
side Market street between Fourth and Fifth. 

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH— Rev. James 
Largan, pastor. North side Eddy street between Octa- 
via and Laguna. 

ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH— Rev. Hugh P. Gallagher, 
pastor: Rev. Joseph A. Gallagher, Rev. F. P. Birm- 
ingham and Rev. Thomas Kelly, assistants. West 
side Tenth street between Howard and Folsom. 

ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL— Most Rev. Joseph 8. 
Alemany, archbishop ; Very Rftv. John Prendergast, 
V. G. ; Rev. William Speckles and Rev. Thomas A. 
McSweeney, assistants; Father James Flood, C. C, 
Secretary to archbishop. Northeast corner California 
and Dupont streets. , 

ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH— Rev. Peter J. Grey, 
pastor; Rev. Thomas Larkiu, Rev John Nugent and 
Rev. Edward Morrissey, assistants. North side Mis- 
sion street between Third and Fourth. 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH— Rev. Thomas Gibney, 
pastor. West side Columbia street between Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth. 

ST. DOMINIC CHURCH— Rev. J. P. Murphy ,pa8tor. 
Northwest corner Bush and Steiner streets. 

CHAPELS. 

CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF NOTRE DAME— 
Dolores street near Sixt<enth. 

FEMALE ORPHAN ASYLUM — South San Fran- 
cisco. 

HOSPITAL AND MERCY HOUSE— Comer Bryant 
and First streets. 

MAGDALEN ASYLUM— East side Potrero awenue 
between Twenty-first and Twenty-second streets. 

MOUNT ST. JOSEPH ASYLUM— Silver Terrace. 

PRESENTATION CONVENT AND FREE SCHOOL 
—Powell street between Greenwich and Lombard. 

SACRED HEART COLLEGE — Southeast corner 
Eddy and Larkin streets. 

SACRED HEART PRESENTATION CONVENT— 
Corner Taylor and Ellis streets. 

ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL— Northwest corner How- 
ard and Tenth streets. 

ST. MARY S COLLEGE— San Jos^ Road. 

ST. ROSE'S SCHOOL— North side Brannan street 
near Fourth. 

ST. VINCENT'S SCHOOL — South side Mission 
street between Second and Third. 

ITnitarian. 

FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH— Rev. Horatio Steb- 
blns, D.D., pastor. South side Geary street bet Dupont 
and Stockton. 

Unlvertialliit. 

FIRST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH— Rev. E. L. ReX- 
ford, pastor. Worship in Pacific Hall, north side of 
Bush street l)etwcen Kearay and Dupont. 

ItliHCcIIaneoiiH. 

ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHAPEI.— Elder D. Math- 
ewson, pastor. North Bide Eddy street between Tay- 
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CHURCH OF CHRIST (Disciples)— Hugh B. Rice, 
pastor. South side of Miuna stret-t betweeu Fourth 
and Fifth. 

CHniCH OF GOD— A. C. Long, pastor. Worship 
in St. Mark's German Church, Geary street between 
Stockton and Powell. 

MARINERS' CHURCH— Rev. Joseph Rowell, pas- 
tor. Kortheast corner of Sacramento and Dnmim 
streets. 

LYCEUM OF SELF CULTURE— 39 Fourth street. 

NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH (Swedenborgian) — 
Rev. John Doughty, pastor. North side of O'Farrell 
street betweeu Mason and Taylor. 

NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH— Rev. J. Worcester, 
pasior. Hall, 413 Sutter street. 

RE-ORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST— 
Latter Day Saiuts— Meet at 71 New Montgomery street. 

RUSSIAN CHURCH— Rev. Paul J. Kedrolevansky, 
arch priest. Corner Pierce and Union streets. 

SEVENTH DAY AD VENTISTS— Elder J. H. Wag- 
oner, presiding. East side of Lagnna street between 
Tyler and McAllister. 

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS— Meets Fifteenth District 
Court Room, 8 Montgomei-y avenue. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION— '232 
Sutter street. Prayer meetings daily at noon. 

TOONG WA MEAU— Chinese Temple. 921)^ Du- 
pout street. 

BIBLE TRUTH DEPOT — 75 New Montgomery 
street. ■ 

INDEPENDENT GERMAN CONGREGATION— 310 
O'Farrell street. 

CHINESE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- 
TION— Norrheast comer Stockton and Sacramento 
streets. 

HIP YEE TONG TEMPLE— 730 Jackson street. 

CHINESE JOSS HOUSE AND TEMPLE — Ah 
Heung, superintendent. '2'22-2'28 Montgomery ave- 
nue. 

Educational. 

Pablic Schools of San Francisco. 

Superintendent of Public Schools, Henry N. 
Bolander. Office, 22, City Hall. 

BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL— W. T. Reid, principal. 
North side Sutter street between Goughand Octavia. 

BROADWAY GRAMMAR SCHOOL — C. H. Ham, 
principal. Broadway street between Powell and 
Mason. 

BROADWAY PRIMARY SCHOOL — Miss Carrie 
Barlow, principal. Broadway street between Mont- 
gomery and Sansome. 

BUSH-ST. COSMOPOLITAN PRIMARY SCHOOL 
— Mrs. C. F. Pluukett, principal. Bush street be- 
tween Stockton and Dupont. 

CASTRO-ST. SCHOOL— Mrs. F. A. Banning, prin- 
cipal. Castro street between Eighteenth ^nd Nine- 
teenth. 

C0LUMBIA-8T. SCHOOL— Mrs. M. Deane. princi- 
pal. Between Twenty - fourth and Twenty-filfth 
streets. 

DENMAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL— James Denman, 
principal. Comer Bush and Taylor streets. 

EIGHTH-ST. GRAMMAR SCHOOL— J. A. Moore, 
principal. Eighth street between Bryant and Harri- 



EIGHTH-ST. PRIMARY SCHOOL— Mi«8 A. E. Sla- 
van, principal. Eighth street between Bryant and 
Harrison. 



FAIRMOUNT PRIMARY SCHOOL— Miss H. M. 
Fairchild, principal. Chenery street near Randall. 

FOURTH-ST. PRIMARY SCHOOL -Miss E.Stin- 
cen, principal. Northwest corner Fourth and Clara 
streets. 

GEARY-ST. GRAMMAR SCHOOL— W. A. Robert- 
son, principal. Geary street between Pierce and 
Scott. 

GREENWICH-ST. PRIMARY SCHOOL— Mrs. A. S. 
Traek, principal. Greenwich street between Jones 
and Leavenworth. 

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL— John Swett, principal. 
Bush street uaar Hyde. 

HAYES VALLEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL — E. D. 
Humphrey, principal. McAllister street between 
Franklin and Gough. 

HAYES VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL— Miss P. M. 
Stowell, principal. Grove street between Larkin and 
Polk. 

JACKSON -ST. SCHOOL— Mrs. B. F. Moore, prin- 
cipal. Jackson street between Webster and Fillmore. 

LAGUNA-ST. SCHOOL— Mrs. G. Wahhburn, prin- 
cipal. Laguna street between Tyler and McAllister. 

LAGUNA HONDA SCHOOL— Mrs. J. E. Meeker, 
principal. Eighth avenue near R. 

LINCOLN GRAMMAR SCHOOL — J. K. Wilson, 
principal. Fifth street between Market and Mission. 

LINCOLN PRIMARY SCHOOL— Miss Kate Sulli- 
van, principal. Bryant street between Sixth and 
Seventh. 

MARKET AND SEVENTH -ST3. PRIMARX 
SCHOOL— Miss Alice M. Stiucen, principal. Comer 
Market and Seventh streets. 

MARKET- ST. PRIMARY SCHOOL— Miss A. M. 
Manning, principal. Fifth street between Market 
and Mission, near Lincoln Graiiiuiar School. 

MISSION GRAMMAR SCHOOL— Miss L. T. Tow- 
ler, principal. Mission street between Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth. 

MISSION PRIMARY SCHOOL— Mission street be- 
tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

MODEL SCHOOL— Mrs. A. E. Du Bois, principal. 
Geary street between Jones and Leavenworth. 

NOE AND TEMPLE-ST SCHOOL— Mrs. E. Foster, 
principal. Corner Noe and Temple streets. 

NORTH COSMOPOLITAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL— 
Miss Kate Kennedy, principal. Filbert street be- 
tween Taylor and Jones. 

OCEAN HOUSE SCHOOL— James Dwyer, princi- 
pal. San Miguel Roud near Ocean House Road. 

PINE AND LARKIN-STS. PRIMARY SCHOOL— 
Mis.s Hannah Cooke, principal. Pine street betwetsn 
Larkin and Polk. 

POINT LOBOS SCHOOL— W. Oonlon, principal. 
Nineteentli avenue near Point Lobos avenue, 

POTRERO SCHOOL— W. W.Stone, principal. Cor- 
ner Kentucky and Napa streets. 

POWELL-ST PRIMARY SCHOOL — Mrs. C. J. 
Gummer, principal. Powell street between Washing- 
ton and Jackson. 

RINCON GRAMM.\R SCHOQL— Miss E. A. Cleve- 
land, piincipal. Silver street between Second and 
Third. 

SHOTWELL-ST PRIMARY SCHOOL— Miss Annie 
A. Hill, principal. Shotwell street between Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third. 



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SILVER-ST. PRIMARY SCHOOL — MisR Jennie 
Smith, principal. Silver street between Second unci 
Third. 

SPRIKG VALLEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL — J. W. 
Anderson, principal. Broadway street near Polk. 

SOUTH COSMOPOLITAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL— 
A. Herbot, principal. Eddy street between Polk and 
Van NesB avenue. 

SOUTH COSMOPOLITAN PRIMARY SCHOOL— 
Miss M. A. Castelan, principal. Post street between 
Stockton and Dupont. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO SCHOOL— W. G. Gor- 
man, principal. Fourteenth avenue near L street. 

SPRfNG VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL— Miss J. M. 

A. Hurley, principal. Union street near Franklin. 

TEHAMA PRIMARY SCHOOL— Mrs. E. A. Wood, 
principal. Tehama street between First and Second. 

TYLER AND JONES-STS. PRIMARY SCHOOL— 
Mrs. E. B. Jones, principal. Tyler street between 
Jones »nd Leavenworth. 

TYLER-ST. PRIMARY SCHOOL— Miss E. Cushing, 
principal. Tyler street between Pierce and Scott. 

UNION GRAMMAR SCHOOL— C. F. True, princi- 
pal. Union street between Kearny and Montgomery. 

UNION PRIMARY SCHOOL— Mrs. A. Griffith, prin- 
cipal. Comer Filbert and Kearny streets. 

VALENCIA-8T. GRAMMAR SCHOOL— S. A. White, 
principal. Valencia street near Twenty-second. 

WASHINGTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL — Joseph 
O'Connor, principal. Comer Washington and Mason 
streets. 

WEST END SCHOOL— Selden Sturgese, principal. 
San Jose Road near Six-mile House. 

Miscellaneong Ingtltutiong. 

BARNARD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE— Henry Bar- 
nard, Prtsident and Principal Business Department; 
P. A. Espiua Principal Penmanship Department ; 
George B. Barmird, Telegraph Operator; Alexander 

B. Barnard, Instructor in Accounts. This institution 
is under charge of gentlemen of high business qalifi- 
cations, and deservedly ranks among the flrst Busi- 
ness Colleges of the Pacific Coast. Location, 120 Sut- 
ter street. 

CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY- Depart- 
ment of Pharmacy of the University of California: 
William T. Wenzell, President ; Max Tschirner, Vice- 
President; Emlen Painter, Secretary ; William Geary, 
Treasurer. William Geary, William T. Wenzell, Wm. 
M. Searby, G. G. Burnett and Emlen Painter, Trus- 
tees ; Wm. M. Searby, Professor of Materia Mcdica; 
Wm. T. Wenzell, Professor of Chemistry ; Hermann 
Behr, M.D., Professor of Botany, Faculty. Toland 
Hall, Stockton street between Chestnut and Fran- 
cisco. 

CLARKE INSTITUTE— Miss M. F. Austin, Princi- 
pal ; Mrs. G. Brown, Teacher of Mathematics; Miss 
Hatch, Teacher of Latin ; Mis^sCatlin, Teacher Of Pri- 
mary Department ; Mrs. E. Walton, Teacher of Elo- 
cution ; Mile. Le Bois, Teacher of French : Miss 
Merker, Teacher of German ; Mrs. Dr. Powers, Teacher 
of Vocal Music. Location, southeast comer of Mason 
and O'Farrell streets. 

DWIGIHT S. DOW'S COMMERCIAL DAY AND 
NIGHT SCHOOL— Dwight S. Dow, Proprietor and 
Principal; Mrs. D. S. Dow. First Assistant; 8. F. 
Swauwick, Assistant. Location, 643 Market street. 

HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE— Edward P. Heald, 
President, Superintendent of Course of Instruction 
and BnsinMS Manager; F. C. Woodbury, Secretary, 
Superintendent of School Departments, luBtructor in 
Commercial Calculation and Lecturer on BusinrsB 



Corrcspondeticf ; H. M. Stearns, Superintendent of 
Actual Business Department and Instructor in th« 
Science of Accounts ; A. B. Capp, Superintendent of 
Theoretical Dep.nrtment and Teacher of Business Pen- 
manship and Bookkeeping; W. H. H. Valentine, 
Teacher of Bookk(eping,Commercial Calculations and 
Science of Accoimts; T. R. Southern, ."upcriutendent 
of Academic Department and Teacher of Mathematics 
and Penmanship; F. Seregni, Professor of Plain and 
Ornamental Penmanship; Mrs. Clam Woodbury, As- 
stant Teacher in Theoretical Department; Mrs. W. J. 
Humiltim, Superintendent of Telegraphic Depart- 
ment; Mrs. A. M. Hatch, Teacher of Phfinography; 
A. P. DuBief, Teacher of French; George Jebens, 
Teacher of German; C. F. Morel, Teacher of Spanish; 
A. Van der Naillcn, Professor of Higher Mathematics, 
Surveying, Engineering, Navigation and Mechanical 
Drawing; Lloyd Baldwin (member of the San Fran- 
cisco bar) , Lecturer on Commercial Law. 

This popular institution is permanently located 
in College Building, 24 Post smet. For extensive 
and elegantly appointed rooms, the thoroughness and 
completeness of its Business and general course of 
studies, and the ability and high reputation of its 
instructorn, Heald's Busuiess College is unrivalled. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL— D. C. Woods, Superin- 
tendent; H. C. Castello, Clerk; N. J. Roantree, Prin- 
cipal; John Cecil, Assistant Teacher; H. C. Mehden, 
Music Teacher; B. Dean, Visiting Physician. Loca- 
ted on the Old San Jose Road, four miles from the 
City Hall. 

MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THE PACIFIC - This 
institution is the Medical Department of the Univer- 
sity (City) College. Medical Faculty— A. J. Bowie, 
M. D., Emeritus Professor of Surgerj-, and President 
of the Faculty; Chas. McCorniick, M.D., Emeritus 
Professor of Chemistry and Materia Medica ; Henry 
Gibbons, M. D., Professor of the principles and prac- 
tice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine ; L. C. Lane, 
M.D., Professor of Surgerj- and Surgical Anatomy and 
Clinical Siu-gery ; Edwin Bentley, M.D., Professor of 
descriptive and microscopic Anatomy and Pathology, 
and acting Professor of Surgery ; C. N. EUinwood, 
M.D., Professor of Physiology ; Adolph Barkan, M. D., 
Professor of Ophthuluiology and Ot<ilogy ; Jos. H. 
Wythe, M.D., Professor of Microscopy and Biology; 
Henry Gibbons, jr., M. D., Professor of Obstetrics and 
diseases of women and children ; L. L. Dorr, M.D., pro- 
tem Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics ; 
Wm.A. Douglass, M.D., Professorof Clinical Surgery; 
Wm. T. Wenzell, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and 
Toxicology ; W. T. Wythe, M. D., adjunct Professor of 
Anatomy; Robert E. Williams, M. D., demonstrator ; 
Henry Gibbons, Jr., M.D., dean. Location, southwest 
comer Haigbt and Octavia. OflSce, 26 Montgomery 
street. 

NOTRE DAME ACADEMY— Conducted by the Sis- 
ters of Notre Dame. Dolores street opposite the Old 
Mission Church. 

PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE— W. E. Chamber- 
lain, jr., and Thos. A. RobinS'n, Proprietors. Heads 
of College Departments: W. E. Chamberlain, jr.. 
Principal Actual Business Department and lecturer 
on Commercial Science and Business Customs ; Thos. 
A. Robinson, Principal English au<l Mathematical 
Departments and lecturer on Commercial Calcula- 
tions and Business Correspondence ; T. Benton Julian, 
Principal Theoretical Departments and Instructor in 
the Science of Accovmts and Cominertial Corresptind- 
ence; C. E. Newman, Teacher Business and Orna- 
mental Penmanship and Bookkeeping; Miss C. C. 
Erich, Principal Telegraphic Department : A. P. Van 
Duzer (Assistant United States Attoniey) , lecturer 
Commercial Law Dei>iirtment: Bruno C Frye, Teach- 
er Department of Modern Languages. 

The institution was founded in 18(34. and since that 
time its patronage has steadily increased fn)m year to 
year. Among its patrons are to be found a large 
ntimber of the most influential men of the Coatit. It 
is located at 3*20 Post street, and occupies (he entire 
upper floor of the Red Men's Building. For com- 
fort, convenience, quietnesB and salubrity, the loca- 
tion cannot be surpassed. The halls, which were 



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arrangt^d eBpeclally lor tliis Collet*', are large, well 
lighted and the best ventilated of any In the city. 

The proprietors, T. A. Robinson and W. E. Cham- 
berlain, jr., are well and favorably known in educa- 
tional clrcJeK throughout the Coast. Prof. Robinson 
had charge of the Mathematical and Commercial De- 
partments of I'niversity College of this city, from 
18(14 to 1872. Since the latter date he has been an 
active partner in the Pacific Business Collego. Prof. 
Chamberlain, for three years previous to his connec- 
tion with this institution, occupied the position of 
principal in several public schools in the City and 
County of Sacramento, and since 18U'.) has been a 
partner in the College. These gentlemen and the 
remainder of the faculty are, by long experience, 
eminently fitted for the positions they occupy. 

It is the design of the institution to prepare young 
And middle aged men and ladies for business pursuits. 
The Business Course embraces the following branch- 
es: Double and Single Entry Bookkeeping, Penman- 
ship, Commercial Calculations, Business Correspond- 
ence, Forms and Practice in wholesale and retail 
Merchandising, Importing, Commission and For- 
wardius, Banking, etc., etc.; Commercial Law 
lectures, and incidental instruction and lectures on 
Political Economy, Business Ethics, and other sub- 
jects of interest, advancement or profit. In the 
English and Mathematical Departments the usual 
English branches and mathematical studie." are 
taught, such as Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithme- 
tic, Grammar, Composition, Letter Writing, etc., 
Algebra, Geometry, Surveying, Navigation, etc.. etc., 
including the Diflfurential and Integral Calculus. 
The Telegraphic Course includes sound and paper 
operating, the setting up of instruments, manage- 
ment of batteries, use of switches and ground wires, 
etc. Facilities are offered for the study of French, 
German and Spanish. 

SACKED HEART COLLEGE— Brother Genebern, 
Principal; Brother Sabiriau, Treasurer; J. H. Mc- 
Croy, N. O'Conuell French, William M. Fitzmaurice, 
Teachers; Frank Weichert and Frederick Schorch, 
Music Teachers. Corner Larkin and Eddy streets. 

SAN FRANCISCO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY— 
Inaugurati'd by the Synod of the Pacific of the Presby- 
terian Church, in 1871. It is open for students from 
ail denominations. The scholastic year opens Sept. 
1st and closes May 1st. The qualifications for admis- 
sion are the same as in the old established theological 
schools in the East. Text books, furnished rooms, 
access to libraries and lectures and tuition are free. 
The term opened on the first TlmrsJay of Septem- 
ber, 187(3. The faculty : Rev. W. A. Scott, D. D., LL. 
D., Professor of Mental and Moral Science and Theol- 
ogy; Rev. George Burrowes, D.D., Professcr of Hebrew 
and Old Testament Literature; Rev. Jas. Eells, D.D., 
Professor of Biblical and Ecclesiastical History and 
Church Government; Rev. W. Alexander, .\.M., Pro- 
te.sHorof Biblical Greek and New Testament Literature. 
B.^ard of Directors : Ministers— W. A. Scott, D. D., 
LL. D.. president; T. M. Cunningham, D. D., W. W. 
Brier, general financial agent; A. L. Liudsley, D. D., 
i>. W. Poor, D. D., S. Woodbridge, D. D., W. Alexan- 
der, A. F. White, LL. D., James Matthew.son, D. D. 
Elders : H. P. Coon, S. Franklin, C. W. Armes, A. 
Hemme, S. I. C. Swzey. B. J. Trumbull, Secri-tary, 
Stephen Franklin, Treasurer. Rooms at St. John's 
Presbyterian Church. 

ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE— Very Rev. AloysiuB 
Masnata, Superior General ; John Pinesco, President; 
Rev. Anthony Maraachi, Treasurer ; Rev. Florence 
Sullivan, Professor of (Jlassic Languages and Euglish; 
Rev. Joseph Bayma, Professor of Mathematics ; Rev. 
Jos. M. Neri, Professor of Natural Philosophy; Rev. 
Joseph Tadini, Professor of Moral Philosophy; Rev. 
Peter O. Flyiiii, Professorof English ; Daniel Crowley, 
Profesaor of L-.inguages; Dominick Giacobbi, Professor 
of Ancient Languages and Mathematics; James O'Sul- 
livan. Professor of English and .\ucitnt Languages; 
Rt)V. James M. Bucliard and Rev. Michael Accolti, 
clergymen ; Rev. Jeremiah Collins, disciplinarian. 
841 Market street 

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE — Brother Justin, Presi- 
dent. San Jose Road, near Islais Creek. 



ST. VINCENT'S SCHOOL— Conducted by the Sis- 
ters of Charity. South side Mission street near Third. 

UNIVERSITY MOUND COLLEGE— John Gamble, 
Principal ; Horace Clark, Financial Agent ; Daniel 
Gamble, Manager Business Department; James C. 
Brogand,Profe88or of Latin and Greek; Isaac Wright 
and W. E. Macintire, Professor of Mathen>atic8; Max 
Lipowitz, Profeusor of Natural Sciences; Louis Holz 
and Philip Baron, Professors of Music ; Charles Eis- 
enschimel. Instructor in Penmanship : H. C. Mor- 
rison, disciplanarian. University avenue. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE— Rev. James Matthews, 
D.D., Principal ; Rev. G. W. Mayer, Professor of Ger- 
man; P. Clerc, Professor of French: Carl Eisenschi- 
mel. Professor of Penmanship ; MissH. M. Phlppen, 
Teacher in Primary Department. Comer Haifht and 
Octavia streets. " 

URBAN ACADEMY— N. W. Moore, Principal and 
Professor of Latin and Greek ; George C. Arnold, Pro- 
'fe8.sor of Higher Mathematics; C. Brier, Teacher of 
Euglish Branches ; T. Soltke, Teacher of German; 
Charles Morel, Teacher of French and Spanish : Miss 
C. Kirtland, Teacher Primary Department. -South- 
west corner of Mason and Geary streets. 



Liibraries. 

B'NAI BRITH LIBRARY— 105 Post 

DRUIDS' LIBR.^ffY- Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter. 

FREE READING ROOM — Basement Mariner's 
Church, comer Drumm and Sacramento streets. 

FRENCH LIBRARY— Marc de Kirwan, President ; 
Victor Ressayre, Secretary. Volumes in library, 7,000. 
I'M Sutter street, room I'J. 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE— A. S. HalUdie, Pres- 
ident ; P. B. Cornwall, Vice-President; D. E. Hayes, 
Recording Secretary ; James Spiers, Corresponding 
secretary ; Henry L. Davis, Treasurer ; J. C. Patrick, 
George Spauldiug, H. S. Smith, .\sa R. Wells, James 
Drury, Charles Elliott, J. B. Stetson, J. H. Stonten- 
borough, Jeremiah Browning, Trustees; G. C. Hurl- 
burt. Librarian; Mrs. H. Chick and Frank H. Hale, 
Assistant Librarians. Volumes in Library, 30,000. 
27 Post street. 

MERCANITLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION— Lovell 
White, President; T. H. Kearden, Vice-President; 
Henry Molineux, Recording Secretary; J. Clem Uhler, 
CoiTespouding Secretary; George C. Hickox, Treas- 
urer ;.\lfred E. Whitiker, Librarian ; Darwin Carr, H. 
K. Goddard, L. B. Wetherbee, Assistants; John W. 
Taylor, M. J. McDonald, J. O. Roimtree, Fred. L. 
Ca.stle, A. J. Moulder, A. H. Lougborough, W. F. 
Whittier, Samuel Heitshu, and Charles B. Allen, 
Trustees. North side Bush street between Sansomc 
iind Montgomery. 

MILITARY LIBRARY— John McComb, President; 
David Wilder, Secretary and Librai'ian ; W. H. L. 
Barnes, George W. Gruuniss, Oscar Woodhums, 8. 1. 
Kellogg, jr., S. W. Backus, D. W. Laird and H. P. 
Bush, Directors. 328 Montgomery street, room 21. 

ODD FELLOWS' UBRARY ASSOCIATION- Colin 
M. Boyd, President; Daniel McLaren, Vice-President; 
Henry C. Squire, Recording Secretary; Edward B. 
Read, CoiTespondiug Secretary; William H. Watson, 
Treasurer. Volumes in Library, 30,500. 325 Mont- 
gomery street. 

SAN FRANCISCO LAW LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 
—J. P. Hogo, President ; G. G. W. Hoge, Secretary and 
Librarian ; John Dewitt, Assistant Librarian. Vol- 
umes in Library, 1C,500. 28 Montgomery Block. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION LI- 
BRAKY— Jacob S. Taber, President; E.Irving Smith, 
Recording Secretary ; B. K. Christopher. Corres- 
ponding Secretary ; J. K. S. Latham, Treaihirer ; Rev. 
H. Cox. D.D., Chaplain and Librarian. Number of 
volumes, 3, .WO. 232 Sutter street. 



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Medical Societies. 

CALIFOKNIA STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY— Dr. 
Cheney, Butte comity. President ; B. D. Dean, San 
Franeisi-o, flist Vice-Prei-ldent ; Vi. S. Hamlin, Yuba 
City, second Vice-President ; Dr. Pond, Kapa, tliird 
Vice-President ; Dr. F. Walton Todd, Stockton, fourth 
Vice-President ; Dr. Tyrrell, Sacramento, Permanent 
Secretary; W. F. Wythe and C. H. Fisher, Assistant 
Secretaries; Ira E. Oatman, Treasurer. Drs. Tyrrell, 
Gushing, Cluuess, Pliimmer and Crools, Board of 
Censors. 

CALIFOKNIA STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY OF 
HOMEOPATHIC PBACTITIONERS— Dr. C. W. Brey- 
fogle,Sau JdSi-, President; Dr. J. Murray Moore and 
A. A. Theise, Vice-Presidents; Dr. W. N. Griswold, 
Recording Secretary; Dr. E. J. Eraser, Corresponding 
Secretary; Drs. M. J. Werder, S. Porter J. K. Clark, 
Board of Censors. 

ECLECTIC MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE 
OF CALIFORNIA— Dr. J. Watson Webb, President; 
Dr. C. C. Mason, first Vice-President ; Dr. R. M. 
Tewksbury, seoond Vice-President ; Dr. T. C. Cook, 
Recording Secretary ; Dr. H. A. Summers, Correspond- 
ing Secieti.ry ; Dr. O. P. Warren, Treasurer, and Drs. 
M. F. Clayton, A. McRea and E. F. Curtis, Censors. 

SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL SOCIETY— Dr. P. 
Chamberlain, President; 'Dr. J. Wagner, Secretary. 
Meetings are held at Red Men's Hall, on the second 
and fourth Tuesdays of every month. 

SAN FRANCISCO DENTAL ASSOCIATION— Dr. 
Alexander Warner, President; Dr. L. L. Dunbar, Sec- 
retary. Meets monthly at Young Men's Christian 
Association Hall. 



Hospitals and Asyliims. 

ALMS HOUSE— M. J. Keating, Superintendent ; 
Samuel R. Gerry, Resident Physician ; Mrs. Mary A. 
Keating, Matron ; Gustave Haarer. Clerk. Mission 
and Ocean Beach Road, iH Miles from City Hall. 

CALIFORNIA STATE WOMANS' HOSPITAL— C. 
Adolphe Low, President ; W. B. Johnston, Vicc-Presi^ 
dent ; E. P. Murphy, Secretary; Jonathan Hunt, Treas- 
urer; J. K. S. Latham, J. T. Hoyt, James Linforth, 
.\lex. Campbell, L. Kilgour, W. N. Olmstead and J. R. 
Bolton, Trustees. John Scott, M. D., Surgeun-in- 
Chief; George Chismore, M. D., House Physician ; 
Charles E. Blake, M. D., Assistant Physician. North- 
west comer Howard and Twelfth Streets. 

CITY AND COUNTY HOSPIT.\L—E. H. Bryan, M. 
D., Resident Physician; W. H. Mayo, Assi.-tant. 
East side Potrero avenue between Twenty-second and 
Twenty-fourth. streets. 

FRENCH HOSPITAL— 15. Hoffstetter, M. D., and 
C. B. Brigham, M. D., Resident Physicians ; C. Gouge, 
Superintendent. South side Bryant street between 
Fifth and Sixth. 

GERMAN HOSPITAL— J. Rogensburger, M. D., A. 
Wilhelm, M. D., Jos. Prosek, M.D., and W. Dohr- 
mann, M. D., Physicians; James Vollmar, Superin- 
tendent. Market street near Ridley. 

HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM FEMALES — 
In charge of the Sisters of Mercy. Northeast comer 
Bryant Street and Rlncon place. 

HOME OF THE INEBRIATE— J. M. Macdonald, 
Psesident; John F. Englinh, Secretary; Frank G. Ed- 
wards, Treasurer ; A. P. Hayni-, M. D., Resident Phys- 
ician. Corner Stocktc^u and Chtstnut streets. 

KONG CHOW ASYLUM-Ah Sing, Ah Ho and Sillg 
Ha, proprietors. Pine street above Kearny. 

LADIES' PROTECTION AND RELIEF SOCIETY— 
Mrs. N. Gray, President ; Mrs. G. Barstow, Vice-Pres- 
ident ; Mrs. J. K. Sims, Recording Secretary ; Mrs. C. 



Jackson. Corresponding Secretary ; Mrs. J. H. Flint, 
Treasurer. Southeast corner Post and Franklin 
streets. 

MAGDALEN ASYLUM— In charge of the Sisters of 
M< rcy. Ea.st side Potrero avenue between Twenty- 
ftrst and Twenty-second streets. 

MARINE HOSPITAL (U. S.)— An institution for 
nurchant seaman only. Is a very complete hospital 
establishment; situated at Mountain Lake, on the 
Presidio Reservation, four mile« northwest from City 
Hall ; reached by way of First avenue. The hospital 
maintains an ambulance communication daily from 
the city office of the Surgeon in charge. Dr. C. N. 
Ellinwood, 71.5 Clay street, cornerof Kearny. Patients 
have first to obtain the certificate of the Collector of 
CuhtouiK that they are merchant seamen, at the time 
of application, before they can be admitted. 

PACIFIC HEBREW ORPHAN ASYLUM — S. W. 
Levy, President ; Louis Sachs, Vice-President ; Jacob 
Greeuebauni, Treasurer; Leo Eloesser, Secretary; C. 
M. Bates, M.D.,and L. J. Henry, M. D., Attending 
Physicians, East side Devisadero street between 
Hayes and Grove. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH HOME— 
Rt. Rev. William In;;rahani Kip, D.D., President; 
Rev. H. D. Lathrop, D.D., Vice-President; Himm T. 
Graves, Secretary ; C. V. S. Gibbs, Treasurer. Mission 
street between Fourteenth and Filteenth. 

PROTESTANT ORPHAN ASYLUM — Mrs. Ira P. 
Rankin, President ; Mrs. R. J. Van Dewater, Vice- 
President ; Mrs. Henry H. Halght, Treasurer ; Mrs. F. 
Mac( rellish, Secretary ; Mrs. S. C. Whigham, Matron ; 
Benjamin R. Swan, M. D., Physician South side 
Haight street between Laguna and Buchanan. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC ORPHAN ASYLUM — Sister 
Frances McEnnis, President; Mary A. Maginnis, Sec- 
etarj'. N street between Eighteenth and Twentieth 
avenues. South San Francisco. Branch Asylum— Sis- 
ter Bemice Williams, President ; Generose Ryan, Sec- 
retary; Eulalia Ward, Treasurer. East side Q street 
between Seventeenth and Nineteenth avenues, South 
San Franci-sco. 

SAN FRANCISCO FEMALE HOSPITAL— Mrs. L. 
Thompson, President; Miss Mary Pennie. Vice-Pres- 
ident and Secretary: Mrs. Jayue, Treasurer; C. T. 
Deane, M. D., Physician. South side Clay street be- 
tween Stockton and Powell. 

SAN FRANCISCO LYING-IN HOSPITAL ANT) 
FOUNDLING ASYLUM— Samuel Cowlts, President; 
Benjamin F. Hardy, M. D., Secretary, AttendiEg 
Physician and Surgeon. 'V>2 Mission street. 

ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL— Joseph G.Eastland, Presi- 
dent ; George H. Mendell, Secretary ; R. W. Kirkham, 
Treasurer; T. B. Brotherton, Superintendent. Ea«t 
side San Jose avenue between Twenty-seventh and 
Twenty-eighth streets. 

ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL— C. G. Kenyon, Resident 
Physician; James Murphy, M.D., and J.D. Whitney, 
M.D., Visiting Physicians. Northwest comer First 
and Bryant streets. 

PACIFIC DISPENSARY— Open on Tuesdays. Thurs- 
days and Saturdays. Medical College. 115 Haight 
street. 



Cemeteries. 

C.\LV.\RY— South side of Geary street between 
Broderick and Parker avenue. 

CITY CEMETERY— Ne«r Point Lobos •venue, flye 
miles from City Hall. 

HOME OF PEACE— Between Dolores and Church, 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets. 

LAUREL HILL— Charles U. Crowell. suin-rintcnd- 
ent. South sid*- of California street between Ceme- 
tery and First avenues. 



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MASONIC — John G. Gay, Buperiutendout. Be- 
tweeii Turk and Fulton streets, Masonic and Parker 
avenues. 

ODD FELLOWS' — Between Point Lobos avenue 
and Turk street, Parker and First avenues. 

SHERITH ISRAEL— Between Dolores and Church*, 
Kineteeutb and Twentieth streets. 

Secret Societies. 

MASONIC. 

GRAND LODGE OF CALIFORNIA— Annual meet- 
ing at Masonic Temple in October, 1876. 

OFFICERS. 

M.-. W.-. John Mills Browne, Grand Master, Vallejo. 
R.'.W.'. Charles Louis Wiggin, Deputy Grand Mas- 
ter, San Francisco. 
R.*. W.". William SewellWell.s, Senior Grand Warden, 

Suisun. 
R.-.W.". Solon William Craigue, Junior Grand War- 
den, San Diego. 

V.'. W.*. , Grand Treasurer. 

V.'.W.'. Alex. Gurdon Abell, Grand Secretary, San 

Francisco. 
V.'.R.'. John Harmon C. Bonte, Grand Chaplain, 
Sacramento. 

W.'. Aaron .Augustus Sargent, Grand Orator, 
Nevada. 

W.-. William Edward Moody, Assistant Grand 
Secretary, San Francisco. 

W.' . John Werner Shaefler, Grand Lecturer, San 
I'I'anoisco. 

W.'. Jonathan Doan Hines, Grand Marshal, San 
Buenaventura. 

W.-. Samuel Graves, Grand Bible Bearer, .San 
Francisco. 

W.-. Samuel Calvert Foy, Grand Standard Bearer, 
Los Angeles. 

W.* . William Cromwell Lemmon, Grand Sword 
Bearer, Sienraville. 

W.-. Robert Chidley Broder, Senior Grand Dea- 
con, Visalia. 

W.-. James Vance, Junior Grand Deacon, Yreka. 

W.- . Richard Wilson Brett, Senior Grand Steward, 
Eureka. 

W.-. William Bradford, Junior Grand Steward, 
Napa. 

W.'. Alex. Gibson Oliver, Grand| Pursuivant, 
Gold Run. 

W.*. Samuel David Mayer, Grand Organist, San 
Francisco. 

W.-. James Oglesby, Grand Tyler, San FrandBco. 

Trustees of the Reserve Fund— R. W. Richard Dale, 
Sacramento; W. George Crow Hickox, San Francisco. 

CALIFORNIA LODGE, No. 1— Meets at Masonic 
Temple on Thursday evenings. Franklin H. Day, 
Master ; George Johnson, Senior Warden ; Alison 
Vandenburgh, Junior Warden; Arthur J. Peterson, 
Treasurer; George T. Grimes, Secretary. 

CROCKETT LODGE, No. 130— Meets at Masonic 
Temple on Friday evenings. J. L. Cogswell, Master; 
R. H. Barclay, Senior Warden; George A. Hubbard, 
Junior Warden; S. Simmons, Treasurer; C. Hilde- 
brandt. Secretary. 

DORIC LODGE, No. 216— Meets at Knights of 
PythiasHall on Tliursday evenings. Charles J. Hare, 
Mafter; William Meyers, Senior Warden; Lawrence 
Nickel, Junior Warden; 8. H. Amheim, Treasurer; 
Louis Flatau, Secretary. 

EXCELSIOR LODGE, No. 166— Meets at Masonic 
Temple on Wednesday evenings. |Wendell Easton, 
Master; George H. Kandall, Senior Warden: Thomas 
T. Atkinson, Junior Warden ; A. Doud, Treasurer ; 
D. L. Thomas, Secretary. 

FIDELITY LODGE, No. 120 — Meets at Masonic 
Temple on Thursday evenings. George Baratow, 
Master; Isaac Strassburger, Senior Warden; Jacob 
LuchFinger, Junior Warden; Louis Emanuel, Treas- 
urer; MoKe« Heller, Secretary. 



GOLDEN GATE LODGE, No. 30— Meets at Masoniit 
Temple on Tuesday evenings. .Samuel Hervey, Mas- 
ter; H. F. Stivers, Senior Warden; S. A. Earl, jr., 
Jiinior Warden; C. H. Wetherbee, Treasurer; A. A. 
Hobe, Secretary. 

HERMANN LODGE, Np. 127 — Meets at Masonic 
Temple on Monday evenings. Christian H. Voight, 
Master; Julius George, Senior Warden; P. G. Baucb. 
Junior Warden; J. Jenassen, Treasurer; L. Schu- 
macher, Secretary. 

LA PARFAITE LODGE, No. 17— Meets at Masonic 
Temple on Friday evenings. D. G. Laden, Master; 
Phillipe G. Sabatie, Senior Warden ; L<-on Blum, 
Jimior Warden ; F. Mason, Treasurer; Michael Leba- 
tard, Secretary. 

MISSION LODGE. No. 169— Meets at comer Valen- 
cia and Sixteenth Streets, on Wednesday evenings. 
John Wagner, Master; William B. Marshutz, Senior 
Warden; Joseph G. Smith, Junior Warden; William 
Ede, Treasurer; J. R. Russell, Secretary. 

MOUNT MORIAH LODGE, No. 41— Meets at Ma- 
sonic Temple on Wednesday evenings. M.J. Keating, 
Master; P. A. G. Seller, Senior Warden; Harvey Mat- 
thews, Junior Warden ; G«orge C. Hickox, Treasurer; 
Charles F. Brown, Secretary. 

OCCIDENTAL LODGE, No. 22— Meets at Masonic 
Temple on Monday evenings. Samuel W. Backus, 
Master ; Edward Denny, Senior Warden ; J. K.P. Wil- 
son, Junior Warden ; A. P. Williams, Treasurer ; 
William E. Moody, Secretary. 

ORIENTAL LODGE, No. 144 — Meets at Masonic 
Temple on Tuesday evenings. W. J Townshend, 
Master ; E. F. Preston, Senior Warden; William Vali, 
Junior Warden ; W. F. Dorrance, Treasurer ; William 
H. Loring, Secretary. 

PACIFIC LODGE, No. 136— Meets at Knights of 
Pythias Hall on Tuesday evenings. George Leviston, 
Master; Charles G. Ewing, Senior Warden; John F. 
Byxbee, Junior Warden ; John F. Kennedy, Treasurer; 
S. Swift, Secretary. 

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO LODGE, No. 212— Meets 
on Thursday evenings. Francis A. Barrett, Master; 
Elias C. Hare, Senior Warden; Theodore H. Bloomer, 
Junior Warden ; D. Drey er. Treasurer; C. E. Dunshee, 
Secretary. 

SPERANZA ITALIAN LODGE, No. 219— Meets at 
Masonic Temple on Saturday evenings. 

Chapters Royal Arch Masons. 

GRAND CHAPTER ROYAL .-VRCH MASONS OF 
THE STATE OK CALIFOKNIA—Annual convocation, 
on the third Tuesday in April, at Masonic Temple, 
San Francisce . 



OFFICERS. 



Alexander G. Abell G. 

Henry H. Knapp D. 

John M. Brown G. 

Nathan W. Spaulding. ..G. 

Hiram T.Graves G. 

Charles L. Wiggin G. 

Sanniel Graves G. 

Thomas H. Caswell G. 

Wiley J. Tinnln C. 

Henry S. Orme G. 

Samuel D. Mayer G. 

Ira C.Root G. 



H. P San Francisco 

G. H. P Naps 

K Vallejo 

Scribe. „ Oakland 

T Salj Francisco 

Sec San Francisco 

C San Francisco 

L Nevada 

of the H Weavenrille 

R. A. C Los Angeles 

Organist. . .San Francisco 
Guard San Francisco 



CALIFORNIA CHAPTER, No. S, R. A. M.— Comp. 
Leonidas E. Pratt. High Priest ; Comp. John Elbrldge 
Piirdy. King; Comp. Jesse Reed, Scribe; Comp. 
Samuel Graves, Treasurer ; Comp. William Edward 
Moody, Secretary ; Comp. George Tisdale Bromley, 
CapUin of the Host ; Comp. John Werner Schaeffer, 
Prim ipal Sojourner; Comp. Frederick Adelbert 
Waterhouse, Ri'yal .\reh Captain; Comp. Clark 
Chtirchill, Master Third Vail ; Comp. Abraham Hal- 
sey, Master Secc.nd Vail ; Comp Tristam Burgess, 
Muster First Vail ; Comp. James Oglesby ,Guaid. 

SAN FRANCISCO. No. 1— Comp. Alfred Rising, 
High Priest ; Comp. Henry Wangenheim, King ; Comp. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



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Edward Taylor Anthony, Scribe; Comp. J<'ceph 
Clement, Treasurer ; Comp. Louis Flateau, Secretary ; 
Comp. Jo8tt)h Octzc, Caiithiu of the Host ; Comp. 
Samuel Swift, Principal Sojourner ; Comp. William 
Armstrong Phillips, Royal Arcli Captain ; Comp. 
Michael James Keating, Masttr Third Vail ; Comp. 
leauc Fhilaneou Kincaid, Master Second Vail; Chas. 
Augustus Hawley, Master First Vail ; Comp. Edward 
Gilbert, Guard. 



Coancila Roynl Select Master AInsons. 

GKAND COUNCIL ROYAL AND SELECT MAS- 
TER MASONS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA— 
Meets anuvially at Masonic Hall on the second Thurs- 
day of April. 

okf;oer8. 

Henry 8. Orme Grand Master Los Angeles 

George T. Grimes D. G. Master San Francisco 

William M.Petrie. . . .G. 111. Master Sacramento 

E. A. Rogers Grand P. C. W Sonora 

G. Treasurer San Francisco 

Charles L. Wiggin . . . G. Recorder San Francisco 

Samuel Graves G. Chaplain Sau Francisco 

Leopold Kuh G. C. of the Gds. .San Francisco 

Daniel P. Byrtle G. Steward Shasta 

Ira C. Root G. Sentinel San Frapcisco 

CALIFORNIA. No. 2— George T. Grimes, T. I. N.; 
Leopold Kuh, D. I. N.; Willium Jeffrey, P. C. W.; 
Henry Edwards, Treasurer; William E. Moody, Sec- 
retary; Jesse C. Beed, C. of G.: James Oglesby, Sen- 
tinel. 

Comma nderles Kni^jhts Templar. 

GRAND COMMANDERY OF KNIGHTS TEMPLAR 
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA— Auuual Con- 
Vocation at Masonic Temple, San Francisco, on the 
second Friday in April. 

OFFICEKB. 



Hiram T. Graves . . . 

Thomas Callow 

R. J. Van Voorhies. . 

Charles F. Litt 

Samuel Graves 

Bruce B. Lee 

Alexander G. Abell.. 
Charles L. W'iggin . . 

E. R. Hedges 

E. A. lUidgers 

A. A. Redlngton 

James Oglesby 



G. Commander.. .San Francisco 

D. G. Com OroviUe 

.G. Generalissimo.. .Placerville 

,G. C. General Oroville 

, G. Prelate San Francisco 

G. S. Warden Nevada 

G. Treasurer San Francisco 

G. Recorder Sau Francisco 

G. S. Bearer Stockton 

G. Sword Bearer .Sonora 

G. Warden Sacramento 

G. C. of the Gds.. Sau Francisco 



CALIFORNIA COMMANDERY No. 1— Stated meet- 
ings on Friday evenings at the Asylum of the Com- 
mandery. Masonic Hall. George T. Bromley, Com- 
mander; Franklin H. Day, Generalissimo; Henry H. 
Blake, Captain General; Charles L. Wiggin Prelate; 
William Haniey, Recorder; Reuben H. Lloyd, Senior 
Warden: Henrj' Edwards, Junior Warden; Henry H. 
Pearson, Standard Bearer; Thomas J. Knipe, Sword 
Bearer; Jostph M. Litchfield, Warden; Jauies Ogels- 
by. Sentinel. Sir Isaac D. Huntoon, Tristam Burgess 
and CtaarleB Steiger. Guards 

Conslatory ot A and A. S. R. of Masonry. 

GRAND CONSISTORY OF THE ANCIENT AND 
ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE OF FREEMASONRY 
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA — Meete at the 
Masonic Temple, in San Francisco, on the second 
Wednesday in January. Its officers for the term 
ending December. 1879, are: 

III.-. Wm. A. Davies, Very 111.". Grand Conunander- 
m-Chief. 
" Washington Ayer, 111. -.First Lieut. Com. or 

Grand Scneschel. 
" Chas. F. Brown, 111.-. Second Lieut. Com. or 

Grand Preceptor. 
" Wm. C. Belcher, 111.-. Grand CouBlable. 
" E<lwin A. Rodgers, 111.-, (iraiid Admiral 
•' Isaac S. Titus, 111.-. Grand >tlnister of State. 
" Alex. BuVkett, 111.-. Grand Chancellor. 
" Wm. Jeffrey, 111.-. Grand Hospitaller and Al- 
moner. 



111.'. George J. Hobe, 111.-. Grand Reyistrar. 

'• A.F.Williams, 111.-. Grand Keeper of Seals 
and Archives. 

" David W. Laird, 111.*. Grand Treasurer. 

" Stephen Wing 111.-. Provost (irand Masterof Cer- 
emonies. 

" Wm. S. Moses, 111.-. Grand Expert. 

" Marcus C. Meyer, 111.-. Assistant Grand Expert. 

'• Moses Rosenbaum, III.-. Grand Beausenifer. 

" Simon W. Levy, 111.-. Gr. Bearer ot the Vex. 
lielli, or Battle Flag. 

" C. Watirhou'e, 111.-. Grand Master of the Guards. 

" Jeremiah E.Whltcher, 111.. Gr. Chamberlain 

•' Wm. McCrindle, lU.-. Grand Steward. 

" Chas. J. Prescott, 111.-. Gr.Aid-de-Camp to Grand 
Commander-in-Chief. 

" Thomas Driver, 111.-. Sentinel. 

GODFREY DE ST. OMAR COUNCIL, No. 1, 
KNIGHTS KADOSH— Meets at the Masonic Temple. 
Its officers fur the term ending April. Ih77, arc: Sir 
Kt. Horace H. Hubbard, Very Em. Commiinder; Sir 
Kt. Charles F. Brown, Em. First-Lieutenant Commaa 

der; Em. Second-Lieutenant Commander; 

Sir Kt. Charles H. Dewey, Exc. Chancellor; Sir Kt. 
John H.Titcomb. Ex. O.aiu.r: Sir Kt. William J. Ham- 
ilton, Ex. Almoner; Sir Kt. George J. Hobe, Ex. Re- 
corder; Sir Kt. Moses Heller, Ex. Trtasurtr; Sir Kt. 
William T. Reynolds, Ven Master of Cen monies; Sir 
Kt. R. R. Givens.Val. Tuicupilier: Sir Kt. James H. 
Mitchell, Wor. Draper: Sir Kt. Marcus 0. Meyer, 
Worthy First Deacon: Sir Kt. Jus.N. Souther, Worthy 
Secontl Deacun: S!:ir Kt. William Jeffray, Bearer of 
Boauseant: Sir Kt. William McCrindle, Bearer of 
the Firet Standard: Sir Kt. H(nry H. Pearson, Bearer 
oftheSecnnd Standard: Sir Kt. Charles J. Prescott, 
Lieutenant of the Guard. 

YERBA BUENA CHAPTER. No 4, ROSE CROIX, 
—Meets at the Masonic Temple. Its officer* for the 
term ending April, 1877, are : Sir Kt. William 8. 
Moses, M. W. M.; SirKt. Heni^ F. Stivers, E. S. W.; Sir 
Kt. Geo. W. Robers, E. J. W.: Sir Kt. ( '.eo. Sp.iulding, 
V. O.; Sir Kt. W. Jeffray, V. A.; Sir Kt. Geo. J. Hobe, 
V. S.: SirKt. Moses Heller. V. T.; Sir Kt. James H. 
Mitchell. V. M. of C: Sir Kt. Wm. McCrindle, V. S. 
E.: Sir Kt. F. A. Reynolds, V. J. E.; Sir Kt. F. Nico- 
laysen, V. G. of T. 

YERBA BUENA LODGE OF PERFECTION, No. 6— 
Meets every Friday evening at Mnsi.nic Temple. Its 
officers for the term ending Febniary, 1S77, are : 
Charles F. Brown, T. P. G. M.; George W. Roberts, 
M. E. S. G. W.; Thomas J. O'Keefe, M. E. J. G. W.; 
William S. Moses, E. G. O. ; Wm. Jeffrav, E. G. A.; 
JohnH. Titcomb. E. G. 8.; Moses Heller, E. G. T.; 
Paul Seller, E. G. M. of C; R. B.^Ellie, R. B. G. E. ; 
C. G. Robinson, B. J. G. E.: Albert Morris, V. G. C. 
of H.; Treat P. Clark, V. G. T. 

MASONIC CEMETERY ASSOCIATION — WiUiam 
R. Wheaton, Pr.sideut ; Thomas Anderson, Treasurer, 
George J. Hobe, Secretarj' ; John J. Gay, Superin- 
tendent ; T. P. Clark, Collector. 

MASONIC BOARD OF RELIEF— Meets every Sat. 
lirday evening at Masonic Temple. Solomon Kohl- 
man, President ; James L.Cogswell, Treasurer ; Chas. 
McQucstin, Secretary. Election, January 1. 

MASONIC HALL ASSOCIATION — Alexander O. 
Abell, President; Henry M. Newhall, Treasurer; 
William E. Moody, Secretary. 



Colored Alusons. 

THE MOST WORSHIPFUL SOVEREIGN GRAND 
LODGE OF FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS OF 
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA- ./Umual meeting In 
June. Robert J. Fletcher, M. W. O. M.: John G. 
Pallier. R. W. D. G.M.: J.G.Barton, R. W. 8. O.W. 
Wm.B. Lewis. R.W.J, a. W.: Barncv Fl< tcber, B. W. 
G. T.; William J. Simmons. R. W. 6. S. 

HANNIBAL LODGE, No. 1— Meets evrry Wednes- 
day evening at the southwest comer of Jackson and 
Powell streets. 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



VICTOBIA LODGE, No. 3— Meets every Monday 
evening at the southwest corner of Jackson and Pow- 
ell streets. Roderick Wilkinson, W. M. ; .I.C.Young, 
8. W.; Wniioin M. Smith, J. W.; A. J. Ward, Secre- 
tary ; E. p. Hilton, Treasurer. 

OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, No. 4— Meets every Tues- 
day evenhiK at :\Iasonic Hall, Pacific street. Charles 
A. Griffith, W. M.; James V. ■Williams, 8. W. ; Chris- 
topher S. Tull: J. W.; James E. Francis, Treasurer; 
William J. Simmons, Secretary. 

WETHINGTON LODGE, No. 7— Meets every Thurs- 
day eveuiiig at Masonic Hall, Pacific street. Thomas 
Dustin, W. M.; Enoch T. Lewis. S. W.; William B. 
Page, J. W.; J. B. Fields, Secretary ; James H. Biker, 
Treasurer. 

MOSAIC LODGE, No. 7— Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Maonic Hall, Pacific street. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD-FELi- 
JLOWS. 

THE R. W. GRAND LODGE OF CALIFORNIA— 
The next meeting will bo h^dd iu San Francisco on 
the second Tuesday iu May, 1877. 

OFFICERS 

H. J. Tilden M. W. G. M San Francisco 

F. P. Dann R. W. D. G. M San Francisco 

W. B. Lyon B. W. G. S San Francisco 

H. B. Brooks B. W. G. T San Francisco 

John B. Harmon... B. W. G. Rep Alameda 

Colin M. Boyd B. W. (i. Bep San Franc Isco 

H. B. Sheldon W. G. Chaplain Eureka 

Geo. J. Smith W. G. Marshal San Francisco 

Geo. R. Knox W. G. Cond Shasta 

L. EUswoi-th W. G. Guardian Petaluma 

E. DunUer W. G. Herald San Francisco 

TKUSTEKS. 

J. A. McClelland San Francisco 

Lewis Sober San Francisco 

George T. Boheu San Francisco 

Subordinate liOdgfes. 

The election lor officers of Subordinate Lodges, 
Encampments and Degree Lodges, occurs semi- 
annually during the last weeks of June and Decem- 
ber. The December election occurred too late to 
permit of securing the names of officers for this 
work. I 

CALIFOBNIA, No. 1— Meets on Monday evenings 
at Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

SAN FBANCISCO, No. 3— Meets on Friday evenings 
at Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

HARMONY, No. 13— Meets on Tuesday evenings »t 
Odd-Fellow.s'Hall. 

YERBA BUENA, No. 16— Meets on Friday evenings 
at Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

TEMPLAB, No. 17— Meets on Wednesday evenings 
at Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

MAGNOLIA, No. 29— Meets on Tuesday evenings at 
Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

BAY CITY, No. 71— Meets on Monday evenings at 
Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

ABOH BEN ADHEM, No. 112— Meets on Thursday 
evenings at Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

OEBMANIA. No. 110 — Meets on Wednesday 
evenings at Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

CONCORDIA, No. 122— Meets on Monday evenings 
at Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

APOLLO, No. 123 — Meets on Friday evenings at 
Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

PARKER, No. 124— Meets on Tuesday evenings at 
Odd-Fellows' Hall. 

UNITY, No. 131— Meets at the Mission on Tuesday 
evenings. 



HERMANN, No. 145 — Meets onWedxesday evenings 
at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

PACIFIC, No. 155— Meets on Thursday evenings at 
Odd Fellows' Hall. 

OPHIR, No. 171— Meets on Wednesday evenings at 
Pythian Castle. 

OCCIDENTAL, No. 17!>— Meets on Thursday even- 
ings at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

COSMOPOLITAN, No. l'J4 — Meets on Wednesday 
evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

GOLDEN GATE, No. 204— Meets on Tuesday even- 
ings at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

ALTA, No. 205 — Meets on Monday evenings, at 
Pythian Castle. 

FR.\NCO-AMEBICAN, No. 207— Meets on Friday 
eveuiugH at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

FIDELITY, No. 222— Meets on Monday evenings at 
Pythian Castle. 

Encampments. 

GBAND ENCAMPMENT OF CALIFOBNIA— The 
annual meeting is licld on the Friday preceding the 
second Tuesday in May. 

OFFICKB.S. 

H.S.Winn M. W. G. P Stockton 

I. W. Hayes, jr M. E. G. H. P Grass Valley 

J. F. Brown B. W. G. S. W Oakland 

Jacob F. Miller B. W. G. S San Frantisco 

David Hunter B. W. G. T San Francisco 

I. D. Barnard B. W. G. J. W San Francisco 

Nathan Porter R. W. G. Bep Alameda 

Jacob F. Miller B. W. G. Bep San Francisco 

F. G. Beatty W. G. Sentinel GraSs Valley 

Albert O'Day W. G. Dep. Sen... San Francisco 

C.N.Terry W. G. Marshal San Jose 

Subordliinte Encampments. 

GOLDEN GATE, No. 1— Meets on the second and 
foiu-th Friday of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

WALHALLA, No. 7— Works in the German lan- 
guage. Meets the first and third Friday of each 
mouth at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

WILDEY, No. 23— Meets on the second and fourth 
Saturday of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

UNITY, No. 2G— Meets on the second and fourth 
Monday of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

ORIENTAL, No. 57— Meets on the first and third 
Saturday of each month. 

negree lioHgeu, 

EXCELSIOR, No. 2— Meets on the flret and third 
Saturday evenings of each mouth at Odd Fellows' 
Hall. 

TEUTONIA, No. 4— Meets on the second and fourth 
Fridaj'sof each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Rebekah liod|;ea> 

CALIFORNIA, No. 1— Meets on Saturday evenings 
at Odd Follows' Hall. 

TEMPLAR, No. 19— Meets on Saturday evenings at 
Odd Fellows' Hall. , 

Itliacellaneons. 

GENERAL RELIEF COMMITTEE— A. W. Genung, 
Prrsident; Clark Churchill, Vice-President; E. B. 
Cooper, Secretary ; William John, Treasurer. 

GOLDEN GATE B.'VTTALION NO. 1. I. O. O. F.— 
G. T. Bohen, Commander; J. C. Burke, Secretary; 
Albert Shepard, Treasurer. Office, 325 Montgomery 
street. Drill rooms. Turn Verein Hall, 

ODD FELLOWS' CEMETEBY ASSOCIATION — 
Meets on the first Friday of each month at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall. George T. Bohen, President; Jas. Adams, 
Vice-President; J. C. Bourke, Secretary; Joseph Win- 
terburu. Treasurer. 



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ODD FELLOWS' HALL ASSOCIATION— Meets on 
the Fourth Wednesday of each month at Odd Fellows' 
Hall. Charles H. Mann, President ; Henry Kimball, 
Vice-PrisiJent; C. T. Pidwell, Secretary; A. Himmel- 
mann, Treasurer. 

ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION — 
Rooms, 325 Montgomery street. Colin M. Boyd, 
President ; Daniel McLaren, Vice-President ; Henry 
C. Squire, Recording Secretary ; E. B. Reed, Corres- 
ponding Secretary : Wm. H. Watson, Treasurer ; Geo. 
A. Cames, Librarian ; A. H.Grayson, Asst. Librarian. 

ODD FELLOWS' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION— 
Meets on the first Monday of each month in Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall. J. A. McClelland, President; George T. 
Bohen, Vice-President; Henri J. Hellman, Secretary ; 
Henry B. Brooks, Treasurer. 

tlNITED ANCIEXT ORDER OF DRTTIDS. 

GRAND GROVE OF CALIFORNIA— The next an- 
nual shssion will be held at Druids Hill in the city 
of Santa Cruz on the firstTuesday of June, 1877. Jacob 
Shew, of No. 16, Noble Grand Arch; James A.Louttit, 
of No. 25, R. W. Deputy Grand Arch ; John Biter, of 
No. 11, R. W. Grand Secretarj-; D. Coutolence, of No. 
10, R. W. Grand Treasurer ; Gimthtr Moenlng, of 
No. 4, W. Grand Marshal ; Charles Wittkopf, of No. 
9, W. Grand Guardian ; R. J. Farren, of No. 27, W. 
Grand Sentinel ; Adam Smith, of No. 12, W. Grand 
Rep. for one year; J. Filler Miller, of No. 19, W. 
Grand Rep. for two years ; Emanuel Block, of No. 25, 
W. Grand Rep. for two years. 

Groveg. 

.AH subordinate Groves meet at Druids' Hall, 413 
Sutter street. Officers are elected in March and Octo- 
ber of each year. 

SAN FRANCISCO, No. 3— Meets on Thursday even- 
ings. 

EUREKA, No. 4 — Meets on Thursday evenings. 
NORMA, No. 5— Meets on Tuesday evenings. 
SIGEL, No. 7— Meets on Monday evenings. 
PERSEVERANCE, No. 10 -Meets on Tuesday even- 
ings. 
SCHILLER, No. 11— Meets on Wednesday evenings. 

WASHINGTON, No. 12— Meets on Thursday even- 
ings. 

HESPERIAN, No. 15 — Meets on Tuesday evenings. 

ELVIN, No. IC — Meets on Friday evenings. 

LAUREL, No. 17 — Meets on Wednesday evenings. 

TEMPLAR, No. 19 — Meets on Monday evenings. 

LIVE O.AK, No. 22 — Meets on Wednesday evenings. 

DEGHEE GROVE — COSMOPOLITAN, I No. 1 — 
Meets on the first and third Sundays of «ach month. 

Chapters. 

PIONEER, N?. 1— Meets on the first and third Sun- 
days of each month. 

MISTLETOE, No. 2— Meets on the second and third 
Sundays of each mouth. 

HARTNAGEL, No. 3— Meets on the first and fourth 
Thursdays of each month. 

Circles. 

BOADICIA. No. 3— Meets every Friday evening. 

Draida Hall Association. 

DRUIDS HALL ASSOCIATION — Meets on the 
third Wednesday of each month. F. Stand, Presi- 
dent ; Charles Weber, Secretary. 

KNIGHT.S OP PTTHIAS. 

THE GRAND LODGE OF CALIFORNIA —The 
next annual meeting will be held at Stockton on the 
second Tuesday in Febrniiry, 1877. Thomas Penni- 



man, and F. P. Dann, Supreme Representatives; L. 
M. Manzer, San Francisco, Past Grand Chancellor; 
David Mi'Cliire, San Francisco, Grand Chani:ellor ; D. 
P. Dcrrickson Marj'sville, Vice-Grand Chancellor; 
Albert Rodgers, San Bernardino, Grand Prelate ; A. 
G. Booth, Grand Keeper of Records and Seal, 604 
Merchant ; George Cautns, San Francisco, Grand 
Master of Exchequer ; Robert Bettebenner, San Fran- 
cisco, Grand Master at Arms; W. C. Ashton, San 
Francisco, Grand Inner Guard ; W. A. Chittenden, 
Stockton, Grand Outer Guard. 

Subordinate Lodges of San Francisco. 

Election of officers occurs semi-annually in the last 
week of June and December. 

All San Erancisco Lodges meet at Pythian Castle, 
913 Market street. 

CALIFORNIA, No. 1— Meets on Thursday evenings. 

DAMON, No. 2 — Meets on Tuesday evenings. 

GOLDEN GATE. No. 3— Meets on Friday evenings. 

LAUREL, No. 4 — Meets on Monday evenings. 

IVANHOE, No. 5— Meets on Wednesday evenings. 

ALEMANIA, No. 8 — Meets on Wednesday evenings. 

EUREKA, No. 9 — Meets on Friday evenings. 

EXCELSIOR, No. 12— Meets on Tuesday evenings. 

HARMONY, No. 15 — Meets on Thursday evenings. 

MYRTLE, No. IG— Meets on Tuesday evenings, 

METROPOLITAN, No. 24 — Meets on Thursday 
evenings. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED >IEN. 

GREAT COUNCIL OF CALIFORNIA— Office of 
Great Chief of Records. 604 Merchant, San Francisco. 

Great Chiefe, 1876-77. 

Great Sachem, Charles L. Wiggin, San Francisco; 
Great Senior Sagamore, Grove L. Johnson, Sacra- 
mento; Groat Junior Sagamore, George B. Katzen- 
stein, Sacramanto ; Great Prophet, Benj. F. Josselyn, 
San Francisco; Great Chief of Records, F. P. Dann, 
604 Merchant street, San Francisco; Groat Keeper of 
Wampum, Adam Smith, San Francisco; Great Rep. 
G. C. U. S., M. S. Thresher (one year), Stockton; 
Great Rep. G. C. U. S.. Adam Smith (two years) , San 
Francisco; Great Rep. G. C. U. S., Benj. F. Jos.'ilyn 
two "years) , San Francisco; Great Sannap, J. T. Camp- 
bell, San Francisco; Great Guard of Wigwam, Charles 
H. Brickwedel, San Francisco ; Great Guard of Forest, 
George W. Whitlock, San Francisco. 

THE PAST SACHEMS ASSOCUTION — Meets on 
the tirst and third Saturday evenings of each month 
at Red Men's Hall. Benj, F. Josselyn, President; 
Henry A Chase, Secretary. 

Subordinate Tribes. 

THE POST SACHEM ASSOCIATION— Meets on the 
first and third Saturday evenings of each month, 
at Red Men's Hall. Benj. F. Josselyn, President; 
Henry A. Chase, Secretary. 

All Subordinate Tribes of San Francisco meet at 
Red Men's Hall, 320 Post. 

HI.\WATHA, No. 3— Meets on Monday evenings. 
Jose Garcia, Sachem; J. A. Gilbert, Chief of Records. 

MANZANITA, No. 4 — Meets on Wednesday even- 
ings. James Youill, Sachem ; Louis De Young, Chief 
of Records. 

ST. TAMMANY, No. B— Meets on Friday evenings. 
Richard Brown, Sachem; John F. English, Chief of 
Records. 

IRITABA, No. 6 — Meets on Thursday evenings. 
W. D. Loos, Sachem ; Barnard Levy, Chief of Records. 



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YO SEMITE, No. 7— Meets on WcdneBtUy evenings. 
J. H. Hannaford, Sachem; I. N. Hoin, Chief of Re- 
cords. 

MIANTONOMAH, No. 9— Meets on Tuesday even- 
ings. John Button, Sachem ; B. Wilcocks, Chief of 
Records. 

POHONACHE, No. 10— Meets Monday evenings. 
John Smith, Sachem; M. Campbell, Chief of Be- 
cords. 

POCAHONTAS, No. 11— Meets on Friday evenings. 
W. H. Knight, Sachem; F. A. Hornblower, Chief of 
Records. 

80TOYOME, No. 12— Meets on Thursday evenlngg. 
James Larseu, Suchem ; Benj. F. Josselyn, Chief of 
Records. 

KLAMATH, No. 13— Meets on Friday evenings. 
George Jenkins, Sachem ; S. B. McPherson, Chief of 
Records. 

MINNEWA, No. 25 — Meets on Tuesday evenings. 
Peter Koppen, Sachem ; Julius Thierbach, Chief of 
Records. 

WILLEWAH, No. 33— Meets on Monday evenings. 
Jacob T. McLaughlin, Sachem ; Thomas R. Judson, 
Chief of Records. 

TUSCARORA, No. 36— Meets on Wednesday even- 
Inge. George F. Whitcomb, Sachem ; R. A. Marden, 
Chief of Records. 

NEW NARAGANSETT, No. 42 — Meets on Sunday 
evenings. Frank Newhoff, Sachem ; John Edgar, 
Chief of Records. 

WAMPANOAG, No. 52— Meets on Thursday even- 
ings. J. M. De Pass, Sachem; F. G. Randall, Chief of 
Records. 



ANCIEIVT ORDER OF HIBERXIANS. 

The annual election takes place in March. The 
Board of Directors, composed of State, County and 
Division otBcers, meets ou the 2Uth of each month, at 
Hiberuia Hall, 24U Third Ktreet. J. J. Donovan, Chair- 
man of Board; J. W. Gillen, Secretary of Board. 
County Offii^ers — John H. Gilmore, General President; 
James Collopy, General Vice-President; John E. Don- 
ovan, General Secretary; J. J. Lane, Assistant Secre- 
tary ; M. J. Crowley, Treasurer; J. J. Donovan, Coun- 
ty Delegate. 

DIVISION No. I— Meets on the second and fourth 
Friday of each month at Hibemia Hall. James 
Hogan, President ; T. W. O'Brien, Recording Secre- 
tary. 

DIVISION No. 2— Meets on the first Thursday of 
each month at Hibemia Hall. William Simpson, 
President; M. C. Gorham, Recording Secretary. 

DIVISION No. 3— Meets on the first and last Tues- 
day of eacb month at Charter Oak Hall. John Galla- 
gher, President; M. O'Meara, Recording Secretary. 

DIVISION No. 4— Meets on the first and third Fri- 
day of each month at Irish American Hall. Thomas 
Eendrick, President ; James Guilfoy, Recording Sec- 
retary. 

DIVISION No. 5 — Meets on the first and third 
Wednesday of each month at Tammany Hall. John 
Gurry, President; L. Flanagan, Recording Secretary. 

DIVISION No. 0— Meets on the second and fourth 
Friday of each month at Irish .\merican Hall. Michael 
Hogan, President; J. Judge, Recording Secretary. 

DIVISION No. 7— Meets on the first and third Tues- 
day of each month at Charter Oak Hall. E. W. Mc- 
Carthy, President; Albert Murphy, Recording Secre- 
tary. 

DIVISION No. 8— Meets on the first and third Tues- 
day of each month at Tammany Hall. John Kenney, 
President; Thomas U. Flinn, Recording Secretary. 



DIVISION No. 9— Meets on the first Monday of each 
month at Irish American Hall. J. R. Dwytr, Presi- 
dent ; J. W. Maher, Recording Secretary. 

AMERICAN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION 

GRAND LODGE— Meetings .if the Grand Lodge are 
held at the American Protestant Assoi-ilation Hall, 713 
Mission street. J. C. Sargent, W. G. Master ; John D. 
Coulie, W. G. Secretary. Office, 213 Fremont street. 

CALIFORNIA No. 1— Me< td on Monday evenings at 
A. P. A. Hall, 713 Mission street. George Dudley, 
Worthy Master; C.J. Snow, Secretary. 

YERBA BUENA No. 2— Meets on Friday evenings 
at A, P. A. Hall, 71:1 Mission stieet. William Kane, 
Woithy Master; W. Howe, Secretary. 

GERMANIA No. 3— Meets on Tuesday evenings at 
Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street. L. Thumler, Wor- 
thy Master ; Christian Zschiesche, Secretary. 

PACIFIC No. 5 — Meets on Saturday evenings at 
Champion Hall, Potreto. 8. D. Matthews, Worthy 
Master; J. Harold, Secretary. 

HARMONY No. C— Meets on Thursday evenings 
at A. P. A. Hall, 713 Mission street. John D. Coulie, 
Worthy Master; B. F. Hurlburt, Secretary. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER 
B*RITH. 



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B'NAI 



D. A. D'Ancona, President ; H. Loewenburg, first 
Vice-President ; William Kieraki, second Vice Presi- 
dent ; L. Ealmuk, Treasurer ; L. Flatau, Secretary ; 
M. Heller, M. Selig, H. Landsberg, Trustees. 

OPHIR, No. 21— Meets every Wednesday evening 
at Bnai Brith Hall, 10."> Post street. L. 0. Levy, 
President ; Marcus Levy, Secretary. 

MODIN No. 42 — Meets every Tuesday evening at 
B. B. Hall, 105 Post street. Jacob Liebes, President ; 
M. Waterman, Secretary. 

PACIFIC, No. 48— Meets every Thursday evening at 

at B. B. Hall, 105 Post street. , President; 

G. Goldschmidt, Secretary. 

MONTEFIORE, No. 51— Meets every Monday even- 
ing at B. B. Hall, 105 Post street. William Wolf, 
President; J. Linderman, Secretary. 

COLUMBIA, No. 127— Meets every Monday even' 
ing at 413 Sutter street. H. Newman, President; D. 
Marx, Secretary. 

GOLDEN GATE, No. 129— Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 413 Sutter street. I. Harris, President; 
Edward Fischer. Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA, No. 163 — Meets every Thursday 
evening, at 413 Sutter street. 8. W. Lipman, Presi- 
dent; Max Goldberg, Secretary. 

Temperance Societies. 

Independent Order Good Templars. 

GRAND LODGE OF CALIFORNIA— 

G. W. C. T., Jno. B. Carrington Denverton 

G W. V. T., Mrs. C. E. Fowler Valley Ford 

G. W. C. Will D. Gould Los Angeles 

G. W. S., Geo. B. Katzenstein Sacramento 

G. W. Treasurer, Dr. I. S. Halsey Vallejo 

G. W. A. 8., Julius Lyons San Francisco 

G. W. M., W. L. Carptnter San Francisco 

G. W. D. M., Mrs. M. L. Walker Cambria 

G. W. Chap.. Rev. Geo. Morris South Vallejo 

O. W. I. Guard, Mrs. S. E.Wood Penryn 

G. W. O. Guard, James Leonard Merced 

G. W. Messenger, K. B. Barr ,' Vallejo 

P. C. W. C. T., Rev. Jabez Walker Elk Grove 

8. S. J. T., William Crowhurst Vallejo 

CALIFORNIA LODGE. No. 7— Meets every Friday 
evening at Grand Central Hall. 



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CONSTITUTION LODGE, No. 130— Meets every Fri- 
dav evening at 105 Post street. W. A. Unshnell, W. C. 
T. ; Mattiu A. Gage, AV. S.; M. U. Carpenter, L. D. 

CRYSTAL FOUNT LODGE, No. 143— Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 417 BubU street. 

EVENING STAR LODGE, No. 114 — Meets every 
Thursday evening at Grand Central Hall. H. M 
Clinton, W. C. T. ; Samuel R. Kerr, W. S. 

GOLDEN CITY LODGE. No. 175 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening at Grand Central Hall. 

INTERNATIONAL LODGE, No. 291— Meets every 
Monday evening at Grand Central Hall, corner Sixth 
and Market streets. H. S. Lovelaud, W. C.T.; Geo. 
T. Eckstrom, W. S. ; George A. Lyons, L. D. 

LIFE BOAT LODGE, No. laV— Meets everj- Monday 
evening, corner Front and JacVson streets. John F. 
Pinkhaui, W. C. T.; C. H. Rutherford, W. S. 

LOTT.\ LODGE, No. ini — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 2a2 Swtter street. 

MISSION STAR LODGE, No. 160 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Congregational Church, Fifteenth 
street near Mission. 

SAN FRANCISCO LODGE, No. 108— Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 911 Market street. 

WALKER LODGE, No. 19')— Meets every Thursday 
evening at 911 Market street. 

BAND OF HOPE— Mrs. Emily Pitt Stevens, officer. 

FATHER MATTHEWS' TOTAL ABSTINENCE 
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, No. 1— Regular public 
temperance meetings Sunday evenings at Irish Amer- 
iban Hall. Wm. P. Sullivan, President; D. D. Mur- 
phy, Secretary. 

No. 2— Regular public temperance meetings on Sun- 
day evenings at McCarty's Hall, corner Bush and Polk 
streets. J. T. Hayes, President; J. M. Creed, Secre- 
tary. 

ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC T. A. B. AND LIBRARY 
SOCIETY— Meets on the second and fourth Sundays 
of eaeli month at St. Mary's C.ithodral. A. P. Ander- 
son, President; Charles P. McCarthy, Secretary. 

ST- PETER'S CATHOLIC T. A. k B. SOCIETY— 
Meets on the second and fourth Sundays of each 
month at the Library of St. Peter's Church. L. Flan- 
nagau. President ; Matthew D. Killelea, Secretary. 

ST. PATRICK'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE AND BEN- 
EVOLENT GUILD— Meets ontlie first Sunday of eacli 
month in basement of St. Patrick's Church. D. S. 
O'Connell, President; Francis Shirley, Seir^^tary. 

ST. JOSEPH'S C.\THOLIC T. A. B. & L. ASSO- 
CI.ATION— Meets in the basement of St. Joseph's 
Church. John McLaughlin, President; Martin 
O'Brine, Secretary. 

DASHAW.\Y ASSOCIATION— Meets every Sunday 
evening at Dashaway Hall. 139 Post street. E. G. 
Batturs, President. 

SEAMEN'S TEMPERANCE LEAGUE— Meets every 
Sunday evening at IIH Jackson street. Emily Pitt 
Stevens, Secretary, 



Miscellaneous Societies. 

ACADEMY OF SCIENCES — So\itliwest corner of 
California and Dupout streets. George Davidson, 
President ; Henry Edwards, First Vice-President ; 
Henry C. Hyde, Second Vice-President; T. A. Blake, 
Corresponding Secretary; C. G. Yale, Recording Secre- 
tary ; E. F. Hall. Treasurer; Charles Troyo, Librarian. 
The Academy is open to the public on Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays, fr<un 10 a. m. to 4 p. u. 
Regular meetings on the first and third Monday even- 
ings of each month 



ACME AMATEUR MINSTRELS— Meets on each 
alternate Wednesday evening. J. J. Cochrane, Pres- 
ident ; Charles Hollister, Secretary; John Roche, 
Stage Manager. 

AID UNION— OflBce, 320 Sansome street. Meetings 
are held on the first Wednesday of every month; Ad. 
Herbst, President; James Vollman, Vice-President; 
J. B. Golly, Treasurer; William Girzikowsky, Secre. 
tary ; H. H. Quakemack, Manager. 

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY— T.")? Market street. 
Rev. F. E. Shearer, Secretary. 

AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OP CARPENTERS 
AND JOINERS— Meets on the second Wednesday of 
every month at Charter Oak Hall. Robert Brook, 
President ; James W. Way, Secretary. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS— Court Ronnf 
Hood— Meet at A. P. A. Hall, on the second and 
fourth Tuesday of each mcnth. Edward Lee, Chief 
Banger ; F. Clifford, Secretary. 

ANTI-COOLIE UNION— Meets on call. D. Condon, 
Secretary. 

APOLLO VEUEIN— Meets on the second Tuesday 
of every month at 620 Bush street, John Hoss, Pres- 
ident. 

ASSOCIATED VETERANS MEXICAN WAR— Meets 
at Hall, Bryant street near Third, on the second Thxirs- 
day evening of each month. Thomas J. Knipe, Pres- 
ident ; H. L. Van Geistefield, Secretary; J. F. Beke- 
art. Treasurer. 

AUSTRIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meets on 
the sscond and fourth Friday in each month, at 71 New 
Moutgouierj- street. H. W.Schnlack, President: Henry 
Heinz, Vice-President ; John Meiners, Recording Sec- 
retary. 

BAKERS' PROTECTIVE UNION— Meets at Apollo 
Hall, corner of Market and Kearny streets. E. De- 
blanc. President ; Joseph E. Lawlor, Secretary. 

BAPTIST PUBLICATION SOCIETY— Corner Fifth 
and Jessie streets. Rev. I. 8. Kallwh, Superintendent. 

BAY DISTRICT FAIR GROUND A8SOCI.\TION— 
Office, 317 Montgomery street, Nevada Block. A. K. 
Grim, President; T. W. Hinchmau, Secretary. 

BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF 
ELKS— San Fk.incisco Lodoe, No. 3— Meets every 
Tuesday at 2 i". m. at Anthony's Hall, 417 Bush street. 
T. W. keene, Exalted Ruler: L. F. Blackbnrn, Est L. 
Kt.; J. N. Long. Est. Loyal Kt.; John Redlcuu, Grand 
Leturer; C. W. Cogill, Secretary ; W. C. Crosbie, 
Treasurer. 

BOHEMIAN CLUB— Rooms. 428 Pine. Heury Ed- 
wards, President; A. G. Bierce, Secretary. 

BOYS' AND GIRLS' AID SOCIETY — 68 Clemen- 
tina street. George C. Hickox, President; AlpheuB 
Bull, Treasurer; George M. Johnson, Secretary and 
Superintendent. 

BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY — Rooms, 730 
Montgomery street. Meets on the first Monday of 
each month. William Lane Boojter, President; H. A. 
Fox, Treasurer: J. P. McCurrie, Secretary. 

BRITISH MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY' — Meets 
on the fourth Tuesday of each mouth at Anthony's 
Hall. Charles Wlllmot, President; Charles F. Gom- 
portz. Secretary. 

CALIl'"ORNIA BIBLE SOCIETY— 757 Market street. 
William R. Wadsworth, Secretary. 

CALEDONIAN CLUB-Meets on the first Friday of 
eadi month at Third District Co\irt llrHim. D. A. Mac- 
doniild, Cliief: James Mcl.eod, First Chieftain; Hugh 
Fraser, Second Chieftain ; Hugh Macleay, Tlilrd Chief, 
tain : Neil Cormlchael, Fourth Chieftain ; Dr. Vsn 
Vlack, 8iU"goon. 

CALIFORNIA EMIGRANT UNION— OfBco. 5 Mar- 
ket stre< t. William T. Coleman, President; William 
H. Martin, Soeretary and Agent. 



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CALIFORNIA PRISON COMMISSION— Office, 114 
Montgomery Block. Alpheus Bull, President; Jumes 
Woodworth, Secretary. 

CALIFORNIA PIONEER COURSING CLUB— Jae. 
Adams, President ; W. Davidson, Secrttary. 

CALIFORNIA RIFLE ASSOCIATION — Office. 328 
Montgomery street, room 21, fourth ptory. Colonel 
Henry G. Shaw, President; General John McComb, 
Vice-President ; Frank G. Edwards, Treasurer; Major 
David Wilder, Secretai-y. 

CALIFORNIA STATE GRANGE— Patrons of Hus- 
BAMDBT — J. V. Webster, Brookl\-n, Master; Amos 
Adams, Secretary, 40 California street, San Francisco. 

CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ARTS— 
Incorporated, but not yet organized. Horace Davis, 
A. S. Hallidie, William Ashburner, Trustees. 

CALIFORNIA THEATER BOAT CLUB — Meets 
monthly at Boat House, on Long Bridge. William E. 
Mestayer, President ; Waller Wallace, Secretary ; 
Harry Myers, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE ASSOCIA- 
TION — Annual meeting in December of each year. 
Laura De Force Gordon, President ; Mrs. Marian Hill, 
Recording Secretary ; Mrs. Sarah Wallis, Correspond- 
ing Secretary. 

CAMBRIAN MUTUAL AID SOCIETY — Meets 
monthly at Huddy's Hall, Market street. S. Williams, 
President ; R. T. Roberts, Secretary. 

CASINO HISPANO AMERICANO — Sociai, Clcb- 
212 Sutter street. Camillo Martin, President; J. M. 
Roma, Vice-President; George Lette, Treasurer; S. 
Smithers, Secretary ; M. Moutealegre, J. Carrascosa, 
E. de Sabla, H. Casanova, N. Gaxiola, Trustees. 

CELTIC BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meets on the 
first and third Wednesday of each month at Irish- 
American HaU. M. J. Wrin, President ; Thomas Gol- 
den, Vice-President ; Michael Carroll, Recording Sec- 
retary ; Peter Kehoe, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA OHABAI SHALOME— Meets on Sunday 
at Pythian Castle Building. William Davis, Presi- 
dent ; S. Thiraanski, Vice-President; Bernard Livey, 
Secretary ; Morris Carro, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA AHABOTH ZION SOCIETY — Meets on 
the third Sunday of each month at 105 Post street. 
A. Bergman, President ; Jacob Gans, Secretary ; A. 
Lipman, Treasurer. 

CHEBRA B'NAI ISRAEL BENEVOLENT SOCIE- 
TY— Meets at Charter Oak Hall on the third Sunday 
of each month. Joseph Henry, President; Marquis 
Levi, Secretary. 

CLERKS' RELIEF SOCIETY — Meets monthly at 
410 Kearny street. A. Wangenbeim, President ; A 
Micheleen, Seuretary. 

COASTING BOARDING MASTER'S AND SEA- 
MEN'S Ml'TUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION— Meets 
on call at 60C Montgomery street. J. H. Hines, Presi. 
dent. 

COSMOPOLITAN CULINARY SOCIETY— Meets on 
the first Thursday of each month at 324 Sutter street. 
Edmond Fouchet, Secretary. 

COUNTY MONAGHAN SOCIAL CLUB — Meets at 
Charter Oak Hall on the' first Wednesday of each 
month. P. J. McKenny, President; P. J. McCafl'ery, 
Secretary. 

DAHLIA LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB — 204 
Montgomery street. Meets monthly. William Sam- 
uels, President ; Alex. Helman, Secretary; Joseph 
Heyman, Treasurer. 

ECUMENIC ORDER OF UNITED MECHANICS— 
Worthy Grand Councii, of CALiFOBNiJk — James Van 
Riper, Worthy Grand Architect. 

Shop No. 1 of Unfted Mechanics — James W. 
Riraington. Worthy Master ; Frank D. Morrell. Secre- 
tary. 



Senate No. 1 of United Mechanics — General A. 
M. Winn, Worthy Architect; Frank 1>. Morrell, Sec- 
retary. 

Mechanics' State Councii^— General A. M. Winn, 
President; John D. Condon, Secretary. 

ERINA BENEVOLENT SOCIETY — Meets on the 
second and fourth Monday of each month at Irish- 
American Hall. Dennis Geary, President ; Jolm Mc- 
Graw, Vice-President ; R. S. McCabe, Secretary; John 
O'Neil, Treasurer. 

EUREKA BENEVOLENT SOCIETY — Office, 414 
Clay street. Martin Heller, President ; B. Hagen, 
Vice-President ; Aaron Cahn, Treasurer ; Leo Elosser, 
Secretary. 

EUREKA TURN VEREIN— East side Powell street 
between Pine and California. J. H. Jansen, Presi- 
dent ; Charles Quedeiis, Secretary: Adolph Assmann, 
Treasurer; William G. Koch, Li'ader. This society 
numbers 130 members, and has 100 pupils. 

EXCELSIOR SOCIAL CLUB — Organized 1870. 
Meets every Tuesday evening at 31 Hunt street. J. 
H. McCloskey, President; J. J. Hallahun, Vice-Presi- 
dent; D. J. Hennesey, Recording Secretary; H. L. 
Dunu, Financial Secretary; William Phillips, Treas- 
urer. 

EXEMPT FIRE COMPANY— Meets on the third 
Monday of every month. Jerry Whalen, Secretary. 

FIRST HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Meets 
at call of President at the homes of members. C. 
Meyer, President ; Isaiah Cohn, Secretai^. 

FOUNTAIN CONA^NTION— General A. M. Winn, 
President ; Charles W. O'Neil, Secretary. 

FRENCH AID ANT) EMPLOTMENT OFFICE— 120 
Sutter street. V. Ressaj-re, Secretary. 

FRENCH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY -Rooms, 706 
Moiit^'omery street. H. Barroilhet, President : A. 
Carrere. fiirst Vice-President; H. Roy, second Vice- 
President ; Th. Leroy, Treasurer; A. Schroder, first 
Secretary ; Ph. Sabatie, second Secretary. 

FRENCH LADIES BENEVOLENT SOCIETY — 
Meets at 730 Muntgomery street. Mrs. J. Godchaux, 
President ; Mme. E. Raas, Secretary. 

FRENCH N.\TIONAL LIGUE— Rooms, l'>0 Sutter 
street. Marc De Kirwan, President. 

GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY — Rooms, 732 
Washington street. Joseph Brandenstein, President ; 
J. C. Meusdorffer, Vice-President; M. Conradi, Corre- 
sponding Secretary ; C. Bundschu, Financial Secre- 
tary ; H. Neilsen, Treasurer. 

GERM.\N LADIES BENEVOLENT SOCIETY — 
Meets weekly at old Turn Verein Hall, G20 Bush street. 
Mrs. Dr. Regeusburger, President ; Mrs. L. Taylor, 
Treasurer. 

GESANG VEREIN SCHWEITZERBUND — Meets 
semi-monthly at old Turn Verein HaU. F. W. 
Schulte, President. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC — Lincoln 
Post, No 10, Department of California. Meets every 
Thursday evening at 71 New Montgomery street. 
P. C, D. M. Coshin ; S. V. C, i. B. Curtis: J. V. C, 
John Ralston : O. D., A. J. Vining; O. G., John Gor- 
man; Adjutant, John Upton: Q. M., C. P. Kelly; Sur- 
geon, F. H. Johnston ; Chaplain, F. Manly. 

GROCERS' PROTECTIVE UNION— Office, 607 Clay 
street. Meets at call of President. W. A. Asmussen, 
President ; JuHuh Buhlert, Secretary. 

HEBREW YOUNG LADIE.S' SOCIETY — Meets 
every Thursday evening at 105 Post street. Miss 
Belle Greenberg, President; Miss Nellie Schmidt, 
Secretary. 

HACKMEN'S PROTECTIVE BENEVOLENT AS- 
SOCIATION— Meets on the first Monday evening of 
each month at Charter Oak Hall. Michael Kelly, 
President ; Thomas Foran, Secretary. 



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HAMBURG ALTONA VEREIN— Meets every Mon- 
day evening at Tivoli Gcrden, comer Stockton and 
Sutter streets. H. Hembersi, President. 

HAT FINISHERS' ASSOCIATION— Meets on call 
of the President. A. Jackson, President; H. Isaac, 
Secretary. 

IMMIGRANT BUREAU— Office, 40 C.ilifornia street. 
Mayor A. J. Bryant, CLairinan, Executive Committee; 
J. Earl, Manager ; Joseph Carroll, Secretary. 

IRISH-AMERICAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY — 
Meets at Irish-American Hall on the fiwt aud third 
Mondays of eaeh month. 'William O'Countll, Presi- 
dent ; Dennis Geary, Vice-President ; Charles Mc- 
Vicker, Treasurer ; R. C. McCaithy, Recording Secre- 
tary. 

ITALIAN BENEVOLEiilT SOCIETY — Office, 430 
Jackson street. L. Pen, President: F. G. Piccavoli, 
Secretary. Meetings are held on the last Saturday of 
each month. 

IT.\LIAN LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY — 
Eosa Caj^lieri, President ; Ildegonda Berelta, Secre- 
tary ; Madame Boido, Treasurer. 

ISRAELITISH FRAUEN VEREIN— Mrs. S. Foor- 
man. President ; Leo Elossor, Secretarj". Meets at the 
residences of members. 

IVY CLUB— Social— Rooms, 120 Sutter street. L. 
P. Cochran, President; George Fritch, first Vice- 
President ; T. W. Collins, second Vice-President ; 
Newell Winants, Secretary ; R. F. Bunker, Treasurer. 

JOURNEYMAN SHIPWRIGHTS' ASSOCIATION— 
Meets second and fourth Fridays of each mouth at 
Sauders' Hall, 71 New Montgomery street. G. W. 
Martin, President ; M. Campbell, Secretary. 

KNIGHTS OF THE RED BRANCH— Meets on 
Thursday evenings at Charter Oak Hall. 

KNIGHTS OF ST. PATRICK— Meets on the second 
and fourth Mondays of each month ^t Charter Oak 
Hall. M. Cooney, President; J. iu. Dwyer, Secre- 
tary. 

LABORERS' PROTECTIVE BENEVOLENT ASSO- 
CIATION— Meets at Irish-American Hall on the first 
Friday evening of each month. Patrick Sullivan, 
President; Michael Callaghau, Secretary. 

LADIES' SE.\MEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY — Meets 
on the first Wednesday of every month at Union 
Square Baptist Church. Mrs. C. D. Knight, Presi- 
dent; Mrs. P. S. Williamson, Secretary. 

LADIES' UNITED HEBREW BENEVOLENT AS- 
SOCIATION— Meets montlily, on the ocrner of Post 
and Taylor streets. Mrs. J. 13remer, President ; Mrs. 
Gosliosky, Treasurer; Mrs. Morris, Secretary. 

LA SOLIDARITE— Office, 729 Montgomery street. 
Meets at call of President. Marc de Kirwan, Presi- 
dent ; Theodore Le Boy, Treasurer ; A. Bodonau, Sec- 
retary. 

LEAGUE OF FREEDOM— Meets on the first Tues- 
day of January and June at 607 Clay street. Charles 
Kohler, President ; Julius Buhlert, Secretary ; John 
Siebe, 'IreaBurer. 

LITTLE SISTERS' INFANT SHELTER— 612 Minna 
street. Mrs. Joseph S. Spear, residence 817 Bush 
street, Presideut; Mrs. W. C. Burnett, Secretary ; Miss 
Humlster, Matron. 

LONGSHOREMEN'S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION— Joseph Kidd, Secretary. 

LUMBERMEN'S PROTECTIVE UNION— Meet* at 
Sanders' Hall, 71 New Montgomery street, on the sec- 
ond Tuesday of eai'h mouth. A. C. Freese, President. 
George Scott, Secretary. 

M.«NNERCHOR GLEE CLUB— Meets at old Turn 
Verein Hall every Thursday evening. John Helz- 
mann. President; H. Helgoth, Vice-President: Emets 



Heuter, Secretary; G. Trautner, Treaeiirer ; H. 
Holzhancr, Leader. 

MARINE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY— Meets at the 
corner of Sacramento aud Drumm streets on the sec- 
ond Tuesday of every month. Rev. J. Rowell, Presi- 
dent ; William D. Bishop, Secretary. 

MASTER MARINERS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION— Meets In Druids' Hall Building every Monday 
evening. S. B. Peterson, Junior Commodore ; C. 
Brown, President ; B. H. Madison, Secretary; L. Per- 
kelseu. Treasurer. 

MASTER MARINER'S EXCHANGE— 305 East street. 
B. H. Madison, Manager. 

MECHANICS' DELIBERATIVE ASSEMBLY— Gen- 
A. M. Winn, President ; Ebenezer Knowlton, Sec- 
retary. 

METHODIST BOOK DEPOSITORY — 1041 Market 
street. Rev. J. B. Hill, Agent. 

MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION— Major Gen- 
eral John F. Miller, U. S. Volunteers, Commander ; 
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, W. K. Smedberg, U. S. A., 
Recorder. Post Office Box, C40. 

MILKMEN'S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION — 
Meets every Friday at H5 Eddy street. George C. 
Smart, Presideut ; A. T. Noble. Secretary. 

MILLMEN'S PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION— Meets 
every Tuesday evening at Mechanics Institute Build- 
ing. W. N. Miller, President; D. D. Holland, Secre- 
tary. 

MINERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION — Meets 
every Friday evening at Druids' Hall. Conrad Krems, 
President ; J. W. Buflfum, Recording Secretary ; John 
Lutgen, Financial Secretary. 

MISTLETOE SOCI.\L CLUB— Meets at Mlrasole's 
Hall. William D. Noyes, President; Fred. A. Bald- 
win, Secretary ; Charles A. Jones, Treasurer and Man- 
ager. 

MUTUAL PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION— 113 Leides- 
dorfl' street. Thomas Anderson, President; William 
Stuart, Secretary. 

NATIVE SONS OF THE GOLDEN ^T:ST — Meets 
at Red Mens' Hall every Thursday evening. John 
E. M.Dongold, President; E. B. Marx, Recording Sec- 
retary ; C. W. Welch, Treasurer; J. B. Storall, Flnau- 
cial Secretary; A. 8. Owens, Marshal. 

NETHERLANDS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION- 
Meets at ;!4 Third street. C. L. Steylaars, President; 
A. P. DeWit, Secretary. 

OCCIDENT CRICKET CLUB— Meets at the Recrea- 
tion Grounds, on Folsom street near Twenty-sixth, 
every Saturday. W. L. Booker, President; J. T.Cross, 
Vice-President; J. H. Read, Secretary; J. P. Cix, 
Treasurer. 

OLYMPIC CLUB— Booms, comer Howard and New 
Montgomcrj- streets. A.L. Bancroft. President; A. S. 
Thompson, Vice-rresident: W. Levlston, Secretary; 
C. A. Bfennet, Treasurer; L. P. Ward, Leader. 

PACIFIC CLUB— Ki>onis, 530 California street. F. 
Low, President ; Cutler McAllister, Secretary. 

PHILHISTORIAN LITERARY 80CIETV- St. Ig- 
natius' College. J. O'Sullivan, S. J., Prerident ; E. 
McGary, Vice-President; C. Brunt. Recording Secre- 
tary ; D. Mahouy, Censor; C. McGowan. Librarian 

PLASTERERS' PROTECTIVE UNION - Meets at 
Irish-American Hall on the first Monday eveulni-' of 
each mouth. William Simpson, President ; Dennis 
Mannix. Secretary. 

PORTUGUESE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY-Rooms, 
.-ilO Bush street. Meetings are held every Saturday 
evening. Big. J. M Bniga, Secretary. 

BKIGEBS' AND srEVEDOUES' UNION — Meets 
weekly at *TJ Pacific street. J«hn F.rbeB. Pr«>«ldi nt ; 
John R. Mitchell. Secretary. 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



PHOTOdRAPHir ART SOCIETY OF THE PA- 
CIFIC — Meet-i on the first Fridsy of every month at 
the leading photographic gallerifS of the city. Jacob 
Shew, Prt'Bidout: George B. Rieiuan, Stcretary. 

RUSSIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY — S. Martino- 
vich. President. 

8.\N FRANCISCO ART ASSOCIATION— Rooms, 
313 Pine htrett. J. C. Duncan, President ; Pietro Mez- 
zara, first Vice-Presidont; D.J.Oliver, second Vice- 
President ; D. P. Belknap, Secretary ; -J. Ross Martin, 
Assistant Secretary ; Robert Boy, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO BAR ASSOCI.ATION— 633 Com- 
mercial street. J. P. Hoge, President; Thos. Bishop, 
Secretary. 

SAN FR.VNCISCO BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION— 
OflSce. 10 Webb street. Levi Stevens, President; J. C. 
Patrick, Treasurer; I. S. Allirn, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION— 
312 California street. M. H. Myers, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO HAKMONIA — Meets at Thalia 
Verein Hall. 

SAN FRANCISCO MEDICAL BENEVOLENT AS- 
SOCIATION— Meets at the office of the Presideut on 
the 21st of each month. Dr. McMillan, President; 
Dr. .John T. Crook, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY— 
126 Kearny street, rooms 43-4-4. Prof. William Ash- 
burner, President; Henry C. Hyde, Vice-President; 
C. Mason Kinne, Secretary; C. W. Banks, Correspond- 
ing becretarj' ; C. G. Ewing, Treasurer. 

SAN FRANCISCO PORT SOCIETY — Meets at the 
call of the President. O. Eldridge, President; Rev. 
J. Rowell, Secretary and Pastor. 

SAN FR.\NCISCO MUSICAL FtTND SOCIETY— 
539 California street. A. H. Beck, President ; Theo- 
dore Knoll, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO MUSICAL MUTUAL PROTEC- 
TIVE ASSOCIATION— .5.'W California street. John 
J. Mundweiler, President; Theodore Knoll, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO SHIP CALKERS' ASSOCIA- 
TION — Meets on the first Tuesday of ever}' mouth at 
IJarra's Hall, First street. Robert Cunningham, Pres- 
ident; Thomas Cusack, Secretary. 

SAN FRANCISCO TURN VEREIN— Meets every 
first and third Wednesday in each month at 323 Turk 
street. Ernst Denicke, President; Emil Momenthy, 
Vice-President; W. F. Tnffer, first Secretary; Thau- 
■wald, second Secretary; O. Burmeister, first Treas- 
urer; F. Fortmanu, second Treasurer; H. Mattern, 
first Leader ; F. Lochniann. tecoud Leader; Charles 
Rudolph, thirtl Leader: A. Gysin, Librarian ; F. Maas, 
Costumer ; Charles Hubert, Jacob Weiss and Henry 
Plageniann, Trustees. 

SAN FRANCISCO VEREIN — Southeast comer o 
Dupont and Sutt'T streets. Dr. D. Cohn, President ; 
I. Hansen, Recording Secretary; L. Gundelttnger, 
Financial Secretary ; Peter Spreckles and L. Bcrg- 
mann,Vi- e-President.^; C.Friedberg, Librarian. 

SCLAVONIC ILLYRIC MUTUAL BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY— Meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 
U02Davlsstr.it. S. Divisich, President; B.Bndoviih, 
Vice-President; T. Martinovich, Treasurer; Thomas 
Sargentich, S-jcretary. 

SCANDINAVIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Rooms 
71 New M(int;,'oniery street. Christian Freese, Presi- 
dent ; A. C. M. Leverentz, Vice-President; Alfred A. 
Enquist, Treasurer. 

SCANDINAVIAN LADIES' AID SOCIETY — Mrs. 
B. H. Madison, President ; Mrs. L. Mtirch, first Vice- 
Prf..jldcnt: Mrs. Strand, second Vice-President; Mrs. 
Catherine March, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Sophia 
Johnson, Fiuaueial Secretary: Mrs Marie Anderson, 
▲ssistaut; Mrs. Capt. Adolph Peterson, Treasurer. 



SCANDINAVIAN LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY — 
Meets every Wednesday evening at Howard Presbyte- 
rian Church. Mrs. Charles Nelson, President ; Mrs. 
J. A. W. Lundberg, Secretary. 

SCHOOL OF DESIGN —313 Pine street. Under 
control of the Art Association. Virgil Williams, 
Director. 

SEVENTH REGIMENT (N. O. 8. N. Y.)— Veterans 
of the Pacific— I. T. Yarrington, Captain; W. R. 
Smedberg. Clerk. 

ST. ANDREWS' SOCIETY — Meets every Monday 
evening at Young Men's Christian Association Build- 
ing, 2:12 Sutter street. Samuel Irving, President; 
John Daniel, Vice-President; James Patterson. Be- 
cording Secretary. . ■ 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNLA PIONEERS— Hall, 808 
Montgomery street. William T. Coleman, President; 
A. C. Bradford, Secretary ; Howard Havens, Treas- 
urer. 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA VOLrNTEERS— The 
aunual reunion is held in April. Colonel C. Mason 
Kinne, President ; General W. L. Campbell and Major 
S. W. Backus, Vice-Presidents ; W. F. R. Schlndler, 
Treasurer; J. B. Whitemore, Corresponding Secre- 
tary ; J. C. Innes, Recording Secretary ; J. Ellis Hill, 
Judge Advocate. 

SAN FR.^.NCISCO SOCIETY FOR THE PREVEN- 
TION OF CRUELTY TO ANIM.ALS — R.wma, 614 
Merchant street. Henry Gibbons, Presideut ; Jacob 
Z. Davis, Vice-President ; James S. Hutchinson, Treas- 
urer; Nathaniel Hunter, Secretary. 

SOCIETE PHILHARMONIQUE LAFAYETTE — 
Meets monthly at 706 Montgomery street. Henry 
Barroilhct, President. 

SONS OF THE EMERALD ISLE — Meets on the 
first and third Wednesdays of each month at 818 
Howard street. Joseph Kelly; President; William 
McLaughlin, Vice-President ; James O'Connell, Treas- 
urer; Jol'n E. Donovan, Recording Secretary; P. S. 
Guerin, Financial Secretary. 

SONS OF REVOLUTIONARY SIRES— Meet at 603 
Washington street. General A. M. Winn, President; 
Colonel William B. Eastin, Secretary. 

YoujjG Men's Acxiuaby, S. R. S. — Colonel A. S. 
Hubbard, Presideut ; Leroy Pratt, Secretary. 

L.tDiEs' AuxiLiABT, S. R. S.— Mrs. Maria D. .\yre8, 
President ; Miss F. Burr, Secretary. 

Historic Council, S. R. S.— Hon. Amos Adams, 
President ; Dr. 0. M. Blake, Sjcretarj'. 

SOVEREIGNS OF INDUSTRY — Alpha Council, 
j No. 1— Josiah Earl, President ; General A. M. Winn, 
Secretary. 

I SWEDISH SOCIETY— Meets on the second Monday 
: of every mouth at 71 New Montgomery street. N. P. 
Jacobsou, President ; John Leverenz, Secretary. 

STONE CUTTERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION— 
Meetd at Irish-American Hall on the first Wednesday 
evenmg of each month. W. F. Lewis, President; D. 
F,. Hogan, Secretary. 

ST. FRANCIS' MUTU.VL BENEVOLENT AND 
LIBRARY ASSOCIATION— Meets on the first Sunday 
In each mouth in basement of St. Francis' Church. 
M. J. McGrath. President ; Colman J. Griffin, Secre- 
tary. 

ST. GEORGE CRICKET CLUB— Meets on the sec 
ond Tuesday of each month at .''>31 Sacramento street. 
Edward Blakely, President; 8. G. Foulkes, Vice- 
President; J. E. Slinkey, Treasurer ; D. W. Davles, 
Secretary. 

ST. MARY'S LADIES' AID SOCIETY— Meets at St. 
Mary's Hospital. Under the patronage of the Sisters 
of Merey. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



ST. PATUICK'S MUTUAL ALLIANCE— Met ts eemi- 
mouthly at 700 Market streot. 'William Broderick, 
President; Thomas J. Dorgan, Recording Secretary. 

ST. PAULS BENEVOLENT SOCIETY — Meets on 
the second Monday of each month at St. Paul's 
Church. Peter Scheukel, President; X. Lannox. Sec- 
retary. 

ST. PETER'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETV— Meets on 
the first Monday of each month at the school-room of 
St. Boniface Church. Peter Kemer, President; Peter 
Denner, Secretary. 

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL BENEVOLENT SOCIE- 
TY (Ladies') — Meets at the residence of the pastorof 
St. Patrick's Church every Thursday, at 3 f. m. Mrs. 
Thomas W. Brenuan, President. 

SWISS MUTUAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY— Semi- 
a#uual meetings in January and July at 027 Commer- 
cial street. New officers will be elected on the first 
Tuesday in January. 

SWISS RELIEF SOCIETY— Meets at the call of the 
President at the Swiss-American Bank. F. Berton, 
President; A. Borel, Vice-President; Swiss-Americiin 
Bank, Treasurer. 

TAILORS' PROTECTIVE UNION— Meets at Hum- 
boldt Hall. Eric Westine, President ; James Cook, 
Secretary. 

TEACHERS' AID SOCIETY— General meeting on 
the first Thur.sdays of January and July at Rooms of 
the Board of Education. Miss Kate Kennedy, Presi- 
dent ; Miss C. R. CaiTau, Secretary. 

TERRITORIAL PIONEERS— Rooms, 103 Montgom- 
ery. Meet on the second Tuesday of every month. 
Colin M. Boyd, President; David Meeker, Vice-Presi- 
dent; A. Kneass, Second Vice-President ; Emoi-y L. 
Willard, Secretary ; Colin M. Boyd, Treasurer. 

ITEUTONIA SOCIETY— Meets weekly at Washington 
Hall. Otto Boyer, President; E. Schnutenhaus, Sec- 
retarj'. 

THALIA VERELN — 204 Montgomery street. B. 
Brandt, President. 

UNION CLUB — Rooms, northwest comer Mont- 
gomery and California streets. R. C. Rogers, Presi- 
dent ; I. Lawrence Pool, Secretary and Treasurer. 

UNION VETERAN LEGION — Headquarters, 708 
Market street. J. J. Lyon, Colonel ; H. W. Voorhees, 
Ma.ior ; C. J. Stees, Adjutant; J. Upton, Quartermas- 
ter ; Joseph Hanna and Miller, OlHcers of the 

Day. 

UXITED BROTHERS— Meet on the last Tuesday of 
each month at Charter Oak Hall. J. J. Donnelly, 
W. C; M. Kelly, Secretary. 

UNITED CAI.IFORNIANS— Meet every Friday 
evening at Charter Oak Hall. J. D. Sullivan, Presi- 
dent ; F. W. Lawler, Vice-President ; J. H. McCloskey. 
Recording Secretary; H. L. Dunn, Financial Secre- 
tary ; J. J. Cunningham, Treasurer. 

UNITED FIRE ASSOCIATES— Meets on the first 
Monday of every mouth at 232 Sutter street. William 
G. Cue, Secretary. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION— 1417 
Howard street. Jacob S. Tuber, President; E. Irving 
Smith, Recording Secretary; B. K. Christopher, Cor- 
responding Secretary; Rev. H. Cox, D.D., Librarian. 

YOUTHS' DIRECTORY— 1417 Howard street. Jas. 
R. Krfly, President ; Gustave Touchard, Treasurer ; 
Ambrow P. Dietz, Superintendent. Under the patron- 
age of Archbishop Alemany . A free intelligence office 
and temporary shelter for boys. 

VETERANS OF THE CALIFORNIA HUNDRED 
AND BATTALION— Composed of the surviving mem- 
bers— There were .VX) men mustered in and but 1H2 
mustered out. Meets annually on April '.ith. the anni- 
versary of Lee's surrender. Z. B. Adams, President ; 
C. Mason Kinne, Secretary; D. W. C. Thompson; 
Treasurer. 



VETERANS N. Y. C'JTH AND CORCORAN LE- 
GION — Meets at Irish-American Hall on the second 
Monday of each month. Maurice l>. Walsh, Presi- 
dent ; Thomas Connolly, Vice-President ; Thomas 
McOrath, Secretery; John Henry Blaney, Treasurer. 

VEREIN ARION— Meets every Wednesday evening 
on Market street, between Third and Fourth. Joseph 
Cramp, President. 

WEST INDIAN BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION — 
Matthew A. Phipps, President; James Hargro, Vice- 
President; Robert E. Muir, Recording Secretary 

WHITEMEN'S CIGAR MANUFACTURING ASSO- 
CIATION — Meets every Friday evening at Tivoll 
Garden. H. Brinkman, President. 



Military U. S. 

Headquarters, 105 Stockton. Major-General Irwin 
McDowell, U. S. A., Commanding Military Division 
of the Pacific and Department of California. Aid-de- 
Camps to General lIcDowell: J. H. Coster, Captain 
Eighth Cavalry ; B. B. Keeler, Captain Eighteenth In- 
fantrj'; Samuel Breck.Major A. A. G., .\djutant Gen- 
eral ; R. lugalls, Colonel and .Assistant Quartermaster- 
General, Chief Quartennastcr; Henry Prince, Major 
in Pay Department, Chief Paymaster; W. W. Burns, 
Lieut.-Colonel Subsistance Department, Chief Com- 
missary of Subsistence ; B. S. Alexander, Lieut.-Colo- 
nel Engiucers, Senior Engineer Pacific Coast; H. P. 
Curtis, Major Judge Advocate, Judge Advocate; C. C. 
Keeuey, Lieut.-Colonel Medical Department, Medical 
Director; Robert Murray, Colonel Medical Depart- 
ment, Medical Purveyor; Edmund Schriver, Colonel 
Inspector General, Inspector General; C. S. Stewart, 
Lieut.-Colonel Engineers, in charge of Harbor Fortifi- 
cations; J. A. Brodhiad, Major Pay Department, Pay- 
master Department California; Charles P. Ea;^an, Cap- 
tain and C. S., Depot Commissary of Subsistence; 
George H. Mendell, Major Engineers, in charge of 
Harbor Fortifications; William Myers, Major Quarter- 
master Department, Depot Quartermaster ; James H. 
Nelson, Major Pay Department, Paymaster Depart- 
ment of California: William A. Rucker, Major Pay 
Department, Paymaster Department of California ; 
Samuel Woods, Major Pay Department. Paymaster 
Department of California; John C. Mallory, First 
Lieut. Engineers, Engineer Officer M. D. P. Ic D. C; 
W. P. Martin, Captain M. S. K., on duty in Clothing 
Department; Henry Johnson, Captain M. S. K., in 
M.dical Purveyor's Office ; R. S. Williamson, Lieut.- 
Colonel Engineers, Lighthouse Engineer Twelfth Dis- 
trict; V. B. Hubbard. Captain Medical Department, 
Attending Surgeon; Robert Allen, Colonel and Assist- 
ant Q. M. General, awaiting orders; John Lafferty, 
First Lieut. Eighth Cavalry, sick leave ; Michael 
Dolan, Lieut. U. S. A., retired; John C. Kelton, Lieut.- 
Colonel A. A, G. ; H. Leonard, Lieut.-Colonel Pay 
Department, retired: W. Seawell. Colonel U. S. A., 
ret. red ; W. R. Smedberg, Captain U. S. A., retired. 

DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA — HeadqusHers 
at 10,5 Stockton street. Ir\iu McDowill. Major-Gen- 
eral U. S. A.. C(mimanding. Department Stafl' — Ma- 
jor Samuel Breck, Adjutant General; Major H. P. 
Curtis, Judge Advocate ; Colonel R. Innalls, Chief 
Quartermaster; Captain Charles P. Egan. Depot Com- 
mis-iarj- of Subsistenoe; Lieut.-Colonel C. C. Keoney, 
Medical Director; Major Samuel Woo<l8, C'liiof Pay- 
mas;er; Lieut.-Colonel W. W. Biirns, Chlrf Com- 
missary of Subsistence ; First Tieut. John C. Mallery, 
Engineer Officer; Coloml Edmund Schriver, Inspictor 
General ; Major Henry Prince, Mnjor Wm. A. Rucker, 
and Major James H. Nelson. PaymaKters. 

ADJUTANT GENERALS' DEPARTMENT. U. S. A. 
— t)fflcc, Itlo Stockton street. Samuel Breck, Mijor 
A. A. G., Adjutant General Military Division of the 
Pacific and Department of CaHfornia. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT U. S. A.— Colonel Rob. 
Murray. Medical Purveyor M. D. P. &D. C; Lieut.- 
Colonel C. C. Keeuey, Medical Director M. D. P. 4 



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D. C; Captain V. B. Hubbard, Attending Surgeon M. 
D. P. & D. C; Captain Henry Jolinson, Military 
Storekeeper. 

PAY DEPARTMENT. U. 8. A.— Major Henry Prince. 
Chief Paymaster M. D. P. 4 D. C; Major Samuel 
Woods, Chief Paymaster Department of Califuruia; 
Major William A. Rucker, Major James H. Nelson and 
Major J. A. Brodhoad , Paymasters Department of 
California. 

QUARTERMASTERS' DEP.iRTMENT. U. 8. A.— 
Colonel li. In«nll8, Chief Quartermaster M. D. P.&. 
D. C; Major William Myers, Depot Quartermaster ; 
Captain W. P. Martin, Military Storekeeper Depart- 
ment of California. 

SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT, U. S. A.— Lieut.. 
Colonel W.W. Bums, Chief Commissary of Subsist- 
ence M. D. P. & D. C; Captain Charles P. Kagan, 
Depot Quartermaster. 

V. S. Naval Rendezvous. 

Captain Paul Shirley, Commanding — Office 504 
Washington street. 
U. 8. Naval Pay Office — 434 California street. 



Military. 

National Guard of California. 

Commander-in-Chief — William Irwin, Governor. 

Staff of Commander-in-Chief — Brigadier-General 
P. F. Walsh, Adjutant General; Colonel Chalmers 
Scott, Chief Engineer ; Colonel William Harney, Pay- 
master General; Colonel Bernard D. Murphy, Judge 
Advocate ; Colonel J. Campbell Shorb, Surgeon Gen- 
eral ; Lieut. -Colonel O. Livermore, Aid -de -Camp; 
Lieut. -Colonel James Logan, Aid-de-Camp ; Lieut. - 
Colonel J. Henley Smith, Aid-de-Camp; Lieut. -Colo- 
nel James H. Budd, Aid-de-Camp ; Lieut.-Coloucl 
Charles E. Travers, Aid-de-Camp ; Lieut.-Colouel 
Abrahiim Newman, Ald-de-Camp. 

Major-General Commanding National Guard of Cal- 
ifornia — George R. Vernon. Headquarters, 330 Mont- 
gomery street. 

Staff of Major-General — Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel 
D. Mayer, Assistant Adjutant-General ; Lieutenant- 
Colonel C. L. Weller, Ordnance Officer; Lieutenant- 
Colonel A. W. Von Schmidt, Engineer Officer ; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel Henry S. Smith, Quartermaster; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel Mark L. McDonald, Commissary of 
Subsistence ; Lieutenant-Colonel P. W. Black, Inspec- 
tor of Division ; Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Tobin, Pay- 
master ; Lieutenant-Colonel C. M. Gllmore, Judge 
Advocate ; Lieutenant-Colonel C. K. Breeze, Surgeon; 
Major Frank J. Skelly, Aid-de-Camp ; Major W. H. 
Chamberlain, Aid-de-Camp. 

Second Bri(fade. 

Brigadier-General John McComb, Commanding. 

Staff of Brigadier-General — Lieutenant-Colonel C. 
Mason Kinne, Judge Advocate; Major Fred. G. Smith, 
Quartermaster; Major J. M. Litchfield, Commissary of 
Subtiistence; Dr. A. A. O'Ncil, burgeon; Major Frank 
P. McLennan, Engineer Officer; Major John Muhou, 
Paymaster ; Major David W. Laird, Ordnance Officer ; 
Sergeant-Major M. Byrne, Staff Orderly ; Sergeant- 
Major Charles Itichardsou, Staff Orderly. 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY — Headquarters, 
northwest corner New Montgomery and Howard 
streets. George W. Grunulss, Colonel ; Oscar Wood- 
hams, Lieutenant-Colonel ; David Wilder, Major ; Jas. 
L. Fields, Adjutant; U. N. Wright, Quartermaster; 
Ignntius Kipp, Paymaster; Sidney M. Smith, Com- 
missary; James D. Whitney, Surgeon; Rev. John 
Hemphill, Chaplain. 

City Guabd (Co. B)— Armory, 318 Post. Henry A. 
Plate, Captain. 

National Gcam> (Co. C)— Armoi-y, 318 Post. Geo. 
Humphrey, Captain. 



Franklin Light Infantry (Co.D) — Armory, north- 
west comer New Montgomery and Howard. R. H. 
Orton, Captain. 

ScMNEB Light Guard (Co. E)— .\rmory, northwest 
comer New Montgomery and Howard. 

Light Guabd (Co. F) — Armory, northwest corner 
New Montgomery and Howard. James E. Hughes, 
Captain. 

Hf.wston Rifles (Co. H) — Armory, northwest, 
comer New Montgomery and Howard. H. P. Bu»h, 
Captain. 

SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY— Headquarters, 
208 California. W. R. Smcdberg, Colonel: H. H. 
Thrall, Lieut. - Colonel ; James A. Laven, Major ; 8. P. 
Ford, Adjutant; Wm. H. Bruhns, Quartermaster; 
Paymaster, vacant; Geo. R. Pidgeon, Ctmimissary ; 
Edwin J. Fraser, Surgeon ; Hermann Schatfner, Ser- 
geant-Major. % 

Union Guabd (Co. A) — Armory, cor Minna and New 
Montgomery. A. J. Fritz, Captain. 

Thompson Rifles (Co. B) — Armory, Old Turn 
Verein Hall. F. W. Pierce, Captain. 

San Francisco Fcsileers (Co. C)— Armory south- 
west corner Powell and Sutter. Ludwig Seibe, Cap- 
tain. 

Gebmania Rifles (Co. D) — Armory, southwest cor- 
ner Powell and Sutter. Captaincy vacant. 

Steuben Guard (Co. E)— Armory Old Turn Verein 
Hall. Charles Wochatz, Captain. 

San Francisco Cadets (Co. H) —Armory, comer 
Minna and New Montgomery. George Bigley, Cap- 
tain. 

THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY — Headquarters, 
Hibernia Hall, 246 Third. Archibald Wuson, Colonel; 
M. C. Battman, Lieiit.-Colonel ; J. J. Conliu, Major; 
P. J. Tannian, Adjutant ; John Grant, Quartermaster ; 
J. J. Mag\iire, Commissary; John J. McGeaghegan, 
Paymaster ; Thomas Green, Surgeon ; Rev. Thomas 
Larkiu, Chaplain. 

MONTGOMEBY GuAHD (Co. A) — Armory, Hibernia 
Hall, 246 Third. Charles Quinn, Captain. 

Shields Guard (Co. B)— i\jmory, Irish-American 
Hall. M. J. Wrin, Captain. 

Wolfe Tone Guabd (Co. C)— Armory, 246 Third. 
Thomas Fitzpatrick, Captain. 

Meagher Guard (Co. D)— Armory, 134 Fourth. 
D. J. Stillivan, Captain. 

Emmet Life Guard (Co. E)— Armory, Irish-/Vmeri- 
can Hall. Robert Cleary, Ciptain. 

McMahon Grenadier Guard (Co. H) — Armory, 
Red Mens Hall, Post street. John H. McMenomy, 
Captain. 

FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY — Headquarters, 
corner Minna and New Montgomei-j-. John Sciireiber, 
Colonel Commanding; A. Newman, Adjutant; Wm, 
Corcoran, Quartermaster; A. G. Fitzpatrick, Pay- 
master; A. J. Stewart, Surgeon. 

First Light Dragoons (Co. A) — Armory, south- 
east corner Minna and New Montgomery. John B. 
MidiUes worth. Captain. 

S.vN Francisco Hussars (Co. B) —Armory, south- 
east corner Minna and New Montgomery. C. C. 
Keeue, Captain. 

Jackson Dragoons (Co. C)— Armory, southeast cor- 
ner Minna and New Montgomery. M. Greaney, Cap- 
tain. 

Artillery. 

FIRST CALIFORNIA GUARD (Light Artillery) — 
Armory, Mechanics' Pavilion. R. G. Brush, Captain. 



RAILROAD S. 



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Independent Military Orgranizationa. 

CALIFORNIA JAEGER— Armory, soiithwest comer 
Powell and Sutter— 75 members. Chris Spiegel, Cap- 
tain. 

FRENCH ZOUAVES — Armory, 730 Montgomery. 
Lieut. Lutzen, Captain Commanaing. 

GARIBALDI GUARD— Armory, 423 Broadway— 
400 Members. A. Colonna, Captain. 

GERMAN DRAGOONS— Armory, Old Turn Vereln 
Hall— 50 members. George Raabc, Captain. 

GERMAN FUSILEER GUARD— Armory, southwest 
corner Powell and Sutter. B. Frank, Captain. 

GUARDIA DE JUAREZ— Armorj', northeast comer 
Mason and Broadway. A. de la Torre, Captain. 

GUARDIA LERDO— Armory, 1524 Stockton. Cap- 
talncy vacant. 

INDEPENDENT McMAHON GUARD — Armory, 
Hiberuia Hall. Thomas Bryan, Captain. 

LAFATETTE GUARD— Armory, 730 Montgomery— 
100 memoers. H. Perrier, Captain. 

aCHUETZEN VEREIN— Armory, Old Turn Verein 
Hall — 150 members. John Wulzen, Captain. 

SWISS SHARPSHOOTERS — Armory, southwest 
corner Powell and Sutter. A. Rahwyler, Captain. 

UNITED BUTCHER RIFLES— Armory, Old Turn 
Verein Hall. J. C. Neitz, Captain. 



Railroads. 

CALIFORNIA PACIFIC — San Francisco to Sacra, 
mento. Route, via Vallejo and Napa Junction. A. D. 
Wilder, Assistant Superintendent. Office, northeast 
corner of Fourth and Towusend streets, 

Napa Valley Branch— Via Vallejo, Napa and St^ 
Helena to Calistoga. 

Marysville Branch — Sacramento to Knights' Land- 
ing (Marysville) . 

Northern Railway— Woodland to Williams' Sta- 
tion. 

CENTRAL PACIFIC — San Francisco to Ogden. 
Principal office, corner Fourth and Townsend streets, 
Sau Francisco. Leland Stanford, President ; C. P. 
Huntington, Vice-President ; E. H. Miller, jr.. Secre- 
tary ; Mark Hopkins, Treasurer; W. H. Porter, Aud- 
itor ; S. S. Montague, Chief Engineer ; B. B. Redding, 
Land Commissioner; A. N. Tuwne, General Superin- 
tendent ; John Coming, Assistant General Superin- 
tendent ; J. R. Watson, Gene*l Supply Agent ; F. L. 
Vandenburgh, Superintendent Telegraph; T. H. 
Goodman, G^eral Passenger and Ticket Agent; J. 
C. Stubbs, General Freight Agent ; O. C. Wheeler, 
General Bag^ge Agent. 

VisALiA DmsiON- Lathrop to Goshen. John Com- 
ing, Assistant General Superintendent; E C. Fellows, 
Division Superintendent. 

Tulare Division — Tulare to Mojave. 

Oregon Division — Sacramento to Redding, via 
Marysville, Chico and Red Bluff. J. A. Fillmore, 
Supenntendent. 

NORTH PACIFIC COAST — Snn Franoisco to To- 
males, via Sun Quentin, Ran Rafael and Olema. Jas. 
Campbell, Superintendent. 

PLACERVILLE AND SACRAMENTO VALLEY — 
Sacramento to Shingle Springs. Josiah Johnson, 
Superintendent. 

8.\N FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC — San 
Francisco to Cloverdale, via PetaluniB, Santa llosa 



and Healdsburg. P. Donahue, President; P. E. 
Dougherty, General Passenger and Ticket Agent; 
A. A. Bean, Petaluma, Superintendent. 
Branch from Fulton to Guemeville. 

SOUTHERN PACIFIC — Los Angeles Division — 
Mojave to Los Angeles. 
Yuma DmsiON— Los Angeles to Indian Wells. 
Wilmington Division— Los Angeles to Wilmington. 
San Diego Division- Florence to Anaheim. 

Northern Division— San Francisco to Soledad. A. 
N. Towne, General Superintendent, San Francisco; 
E. E. Hewett, Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles. 

STOCKTON, VISALIA AND COPPEROPOLIS — 
Stockton to Oakdale. W. G. Curtis, Superintendent. 

Street Railroads. 

CENTRAL— Reuben Morton, President ; John H. 
Hayes, Secretary. From Oakland Ferry to Lone 
Mountain. Sixth-st. Branch, from comer of Vallejo 
and Davis streets to comer of Sixth and Brannan. 
Office, 32 Turk street. 

CITY— R. B. Woodward, President; M. E. Willis, 
Secretary. From corner of Mission and Steuart to 
Mission and Twenty-sixth streets. Dupont-st Branch, 
from Oakland Ferry to corner of Mission and Twen- 
tieth streets. Office, southeast comer of Mission and 
Fourteenth streets. 

CLAY STREET HILL— A. S. Hallidle, President ; 
C. P. Campbell, Secretary. From corner of Kearny 
and Clay to comer of Larkin and Chestnut streets. 
Office, southwest corner of Clay and Leavenworth 
streets. 

MARKET STREET— Leland Stanford, President ; 
J. L. Willcutt, Secretary. From Oakland Ferry to 
corner of Valencia and Twenty-sixth streets. Branch, 
from Oakland Ferry to comer of Devisadero and Ellis 
streets. Office, northeast corner of Fourth and Towns- 
end streets. 

NORTH BEACH AND MISSION— J. C. Wilmerdlng, 
President; H. W. Hathorne, Secretary; M. Skelly, Su- 
perintendent. From corner of Fourth and Townsend 
( via Kearny) to corner of Francisco and Mason 
streets. Branch, from corner of Montgomery and 
California (via First) to corner of Folsom and Twen- 
ty-sixth, Office, southwest comer of Folsom and 
Fourth streets. 

OMNIBUS— Peter Donahue, President; R. A. Crom- 
ley. Secretary; M. C. Jourdan, Superintendent. From 
corner of Townsend and Fourth to corner of Market 
and Montgomery (where transfers are given to Oak- 
laud Ferry) , thence to corner of Powell and I^rancisco 
streets. Branch, from comer of Jackson and Mont- 
gomery to corner of Twenty-lifih and Howard. Office 
725 Howard street. This company has a franchise to 
construct a road on Montgomery avenue from Pacitlc 
to Stockton street. 

POTRERO AND BAY VIEW— J. L. Willcutt, Sec- 
retary ; Francis E. Flint, Superintendent. From 
corner of Berry and Fourth streets to Thirty-fourth 
avenue. South San Francisco. Branch, from Fourth 
and Bluxome via Fifth and Market to Oakland I erry 
Office, uortheubt corner of Fourth and Townsend 
streets. This company has also a franchise to run on 
Dupoiit from Market to Post street, and down Post to 
Montgomery. 

SUTTER STREET— George C. Bode, President ; A. 
K Stevens, Secretnrv; H. Casebolt, Superintendent. 
From Oakland Ferry to corner of Market and Sutter, 
by cable to I^rkln street; th. nee to corner of Ceme- 
tery avenue and Point Lobos Road, with branches to 
corii<r of Fillmore and Pa.lflc, Steiner and Union 
and Mission and Fourteenth streeU. Office. 1304 
Polk street. 



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CALIFORNIA STREET WIHE CABLE (in cimrse 
of (•onstruction)— Lfland Stnnford, Presidtnt; E. I. 
Ri>l)inBoii, Sfcntary. From Kearny strret to First 
avenue, a distance "of ovor three miles. This road 
■will convey passengers to within tlve blocks of Golden 
Gate Park, and will open up a large district for scttle- 
nieut. Offloe temporarily, at corner of Fourth and 
Townsend streets. 



RATES OP DOCKAGE, WHARFAGE AND 
TOLLS, FOR THE PORT OF SAN 
FRANCISCO— EstalyUshcd by the Board 
of State Harbor Commissioners, June 
7th, 18 76. 

DOCKAGE. 

PEB DAT. 

Vessels under 10 tons 50 

" 10 tons and under -Z't tons 75 

" 25 tons and under 50 tons $1 25 

" 50 tons and under 75 tons 1 50 

75 tons and under 100 tons 2 00 

" iOO tons and under l.")0 tons 3 00 

" 150 tons and under 200 tons 4 00 

2(X) tons and under 2.50 tons 6 00 

'• 2.50 tons and under 300 tons COO 

300 tons and under 400 tons 7 00 

" 400 tons and under 500 tons 8 00 

500 tons and under GOO tons 8 50 

" ceo tons and under 700 tons 9 SO 

" 700 tons and under HOOtons 10 SrO 

800 tons and under '.)00 tons 11 00 

" 900 tons and under 1,000 tons 11 50 

': 1,000 tons and under 1,100 tons 12 50 

' ' 1 ,100 tons and under 1 ,200 tons 13 50 

•• 1,200 tons and under 1,300 tons 14 .50 

1,300 tons and under 1,400 tons 15 50 

1.400 tons and under 1,500 tons 16 50 

" 1,.500 tons and under l.fiOO tons 17 .50 

" 1,6(M) tons and under 1,7(X) tons 18 50 

•' 1,700 tons and under 1,800 tons 19 .50 

1,800 tons and under l,y(K) tons 21 00 

" 1,900 tons and under 2,000 tons 22 50 

" 2,000 louB and under 2,200 tons 2;^ 50 

2,200 tons and under 2,500 tons 25 00 

And 50 cents for each additional 100 tons. 
Vessels loading or ballasting, half the above rates. 

Vessels, after being discharged, may lie at the 
w.JiarveH at half rates, subject to the orders of the 
Chief Wharflnger. Vessels in outside berths, or in 
the slips, or within premises in the possession and 
under the control of the board of State Harbor Coiu- 
missioDcrs, must pay half rates of dockage. Dockage 
to eonimence upi>n a vessel making fast to a wharf, or 
coming within said premises, and to pay for each day 
or fractional part thereof as a full day. No deduc- 
tions to be made for Sundays, holidays or rainy days. 

TOLLS. 

Vehicles drawn by one or more animals, 
with loads not exceeding two tons 

weight or 80 cubic feet 12 )i cents. 

Loads in excess of two tons, for each addi- 
tional ton or part thereof 6'j " 

Grain, flour, potatoes and other vegetables. 

pay for each ton or part thereof 5 " 

Lumber, when hauled on the wharves in 

loads of 2,000 feet or less 12^ " 

Lumber landed upon the wharves or bulk- 
head, per 1,000 feet, board measure. .10 " 

Wood, per cord 12 >i " 

Bricks, per 1.000 10 

Coal and asphaltum, per ton 10 " 

Iron, per ton 6'4 " 

Ores, paving stone and ballast, per ton of 

2,000 pounds 6)4 " 



Hay. per ton of 2,000 pounds 10 i 

Vehicles, for transportaticm liH 

Wool, in bags, 3 cents; in bales, strapped. 4 
General merchandise, per cargo, subject to 
drayage, per ton of 40 cubic feet, or 

2,000 pounds 6I4' 

Cattle and horses, for transportation, each. 5 

Cal yes, each 2 54 

Sheep and hogs, each IH 

Handcarts, each 5 

Dry hides, each ^ 



BULES AND REOULATIOXS. 

Any package of merchandise carried by hand on to 
any wharf or landing (except domestic supplies for 
private individuals, inteudetl for consumption and 
not for Bale, weighing less than 100 pounds), 12)(j 
cents. 

Milk wagons, butcher wagons, bakers', lee and 
laundry wagons, on their daily rounds, may pass free 
of toll. 

Empty packages returned to the wharf or any vessel 
pass free of toll. 

No toll -s^U be charged on donkey engines or steve- 
dores' tools, going on to any wharf for the purpose of 
discharging or loading cargo. 

Loads must be estimated either by weight or measr 
urement, as will yield the largest revenue — 2,000 
pounds or 40 cubic feet to constitute a ton. excepting 
coal, pig iron, asphaltum and stone, for which 2,240 
pounds will be a ton. 

Tolls must be paid on each load, as delivered or 
received. Provided, however, that owners or con- 
Fignees may pay in advance the tolls upon entire 
cargoes, at schedule rates. 

. All merchandise landed upon wharves from vessels, 
and taken from thence in lighters or other vessels, or 
warehoused without drayav,'c, must pay G'4 cents per 
ton wharfage. 

All merchandise received or discharged from vessels 
lying at the wharves or within that portion of the 
harbor subject to the jurisdiction of the Board of 
the State Harbor Commissioners, into or from lighters 
or other vessels, must pay five cents per ton, and 
bricks, five cents per thousand. Lumber discharged 
into the water, must pay five cents per thousand feet, 
and piles three cents each. All timber and piles dis- 
charged into the slips, must be removed within twen- 
ty-four hours from the time of such discharge. 

All merchandise landf d upon the wharves must be 
removed the same da^ landed; provided, however, 
that by the consent of the Wharfinger, and at the risk 
of the owner, it may remain from day tb day, subject 
to an additional toll for wharfage for every forty-eight 
hours, or part thereof. 

All merchandise remaining on the wharves after 
the owner, agent or consifoiee has Ik en notified to re- 
move the same, will be removed by the wharfinger at 
the expense and risk of the owner. 

Vessels and ther owners are liable for dockage, and 
all merchandise is liable for tolls and may be held by 
the wharfinger to secure the payment thereof. 

No load exceeding five tons shall be admitted on or 
off the wharves, except single packages. 

Driving on any wharf or thoroughfare faster than a 
walk, prohibited, and non-obfiei-vuuce of this rule will 
subject the offender to prosecution for misdemeanor. 

Parties holding part of the water front, under lease 
from the Board of State Harbor Commissionurs, are 
obliged to charge aiid collect the above rates, and any 
person violating said rules will forfeit his lease. 



LIST OF VESSELS 

AND MANAOING OWNERS, OF THE PORT OF HAN FRANCISCO. 



Khii>H. 



Names. Tons. 

Bluejacket 1396.. 

Coniraodore U30... 

Dashing Wave...l054... 

Kl Dorado 1H7_. 

Gen. Butler 1224... 

Geriuaniii 1216.. 

Grace Darling 10-12.. 

Lookout 1068... 

Mnrenfe'O 478.. 

Kevere 829.. 

Shlrlev 1049.. 

Three Brothers...2y72.. 

War Hawk 1015.. 

Wash. Libb.v 104K. 

\\cstern Shore... 1200.. 



jroina Owner. 
.1). (I. Mills 
.Samuel Blair 
,c;has. Hanuou 
Sanjuel Blair 

.1'. B. Cornwall 
.G. M. Bllnn 
.r. B. Cornwall 
.K. P. Ilowland 
.,r. Kcnttield 
,.Chas. Hanson 
..George Howes 
.L. B. Mastlck 
.John Dolbeer 
.SliupsonBros 



BarbB. 

Adelaide Cooper.. 397... C. L. Dlngley 

Amelia 397...ChaK. E. Foye 

Amethyst 356... P. B. Cornwall 

.\rale 628...C. G. Athearn 

Antioch 646...C. L. Taylor 

Atalanta 8f>8...J. H. Mayhew 

Aureola 822. ..Samuel Blair 

Bherlng 280....W H Bordnian 

Bohemia 248...F.Korl)ell Bros 

Brontes 307.. .CM. Nordberg 

C. L. Tavlor 367.. .C. L. Taylor 

California 874... y. Blchard 

Cambridge 256...N'. C. Brooks 

Carollno Reed 653... C. L. Taylor 

Colomo 853... Stevens, B &Co 

Conctitntlon 248... N. Blchard 

Coqulmbo 820....G. A. Meigs 

Cvane 2y6...C.A.Low & Co 

D. C. Hasklns 112... M. Pendergard 

I). C. Miirrav 454.. .J. C. Merrill 

Delaware 249... F. M. Rollins 

Discovery 416.. .J. Kentfield 

Dublin 706...1'eter Taylor 

Ella 25.8...G. W. Prescott 

Ellwood Cooper.. 658.. Francis Corbel 
Elwood Cooper... 654... F. Korbcll 
Emma Augusta... 28.5.. .S. B. Peterson 

Enoch Talbot 123.5.. .J.Kentfld*Co. 

Eureka 29fi...Chas. Goodall 

Forest Queen 511. ..C. L. DlngJey 

Frances Palmer.. 229.. .C. J. Janson 

Fremont 477... I. Br:in8 

Gem of the Ocean 630.. .C. L. Dlnglcv 

Gen. Cobb 649... W. J. Adams 

Grace Roberts 269.. .S. B. Peterson 

Harrison :«4...M. B. Roberts 

Harvest Home.... 598...J.J.McK!nuon 
Helen W. Almy.„ 314... E. Freeman 
Henry Buck 685.... 

Iconium 660.. .M. R. Roberts 

Ido F. Taylor„... 621. ..S. Anderson 

J. B. Bell 796.. . Sam '1 B. Blair 

Jennv Pitts .S52... Adams. B.ACo 

John Jay 541. ..H. P. Burr 

Legal Tender...... 210... A. Crawford 

Lizzie Williams.. 827.. .Samuel Blair 

Malay 743... N. Blchard. 

Mariana 949.. . Stevens B <tCo 

Marmlon 823....!. W. Yates 

Mary Bell Uobert8 36!»...M. R. Roberts 

Mary Glover 7.38.. .S. L. Mostltk 

Mtlanctbon 298.. .A. M. Simpson 

Meuschlkoir 223...Fred'k Clay 

Mo<loc 452.. .SI vert Johnson 

Monitor 2.36... Chas. Goodall 

Montana 651. ..C. A. Nutsen 

Northwest 515...G. A. Meigs 

Oak HIIL .W9... Kenton.H ACo 

Oakland 534.. .G. \. Meigs 

Occident 298.. .A. M. Simpson 

• ircgon ^H8...W. J. Adams ' 

((sniyn 483.. ..Sam'l Blair j 

Portland 494....'Sani'l Perkins i 

H. K. Ham 5CH...Renton,H ACo i 

Rival 2i»...A. M.Simpson i 



Namet- 7V>iii. Mana'p Otvenr. 

S. M. Stetson 707... It. D. Chandler 

Samoset 6:(;!...Chas. Hanson 

Shooting Stor 673....(.BIrniliigliQni 

Sierra Nevada. 695....G. W. Hume 

Tidul Wave 630...G. A. Moigs 

W. H. Gawley 483...G. A. Melps 

Webfoot 362...A. M. Simpson 

Whistler 518.. ..\. W.SImpsMn 

Wlldwood 10<t9...C.L.Tayl'r&Co 

Zephyrof 328.... 



Brie»>. 

Deacon 423.. .S. L. Elastic 

Glencoe 179.. .J. Dolbeer 

Hazard 399...Geo.W. Hume 

Hesperian 241. ..J. Dolbeer 

Hidalgo 175...J. Kenttield 

J. B. Ford 197...C. Kirk 

Josephine 218.. .H. W. Knrlb'm 

Levi Stevens 526... Stevens, B &Co 

Merchantmim 177.. .C. F. Swan 

NautiUus 173...M. Turner 

Orient 312....I. H. Bruce 

Percy Edward.. . 219... M. Turner 

Sheet Anchor 212.. .Jas. Flanagan 

T. W. Lucas 307... J. Dolbeer 

Tarn O'Shnnter.... 5!t2....Sam'l Perkins 

Tanner 25.1... W. S.Williams 

TImandra 120...J. C. Merrill 

W.H.Dletz 4S7....J. S. Endlcott 

Schooners. 

A. P. Jordan 181... Peter Crack 

Abbie 146.. ..L G. Jackson 

Abrab'm Lincoln 66... W. H. Buhne 

Active 148... J. E. Jacobson 

Active 15... W. A. Johnson 

Ada May 8'I...T. .Jennings 

Addle Garcler 24...Pat'k Mallon 

Adrlanna 96.. .Henry Cowell 

Ag. Nlcoloyson... 98... M. Waters 

Alameda .36... Phil. Caduc 

Alaska 139... J. A.C.B'rnst'p 

Alaska 32....racob S. Tabor 

Alaska 2S...E.R.Thomas n 

Alcatraz 35... 

Ale.\lna 19...C.J.Ballnsiirale 

Alfred Adams 69...T. W. McCol'm 

Alice 232... J. A. Hooter 

Alice Kimball I07...B. H. -Madson 

Aman.ia Ager.... 100...N. Haynes 

Amelia JIartln... 19... 

Andrew Jackson. 37.. .H. J. Irwin 

Angel Dolly 16... P. Price 

Ann 15... J. T. Smith 

Anno Hermlne ... 66...H. Alpln 

AnnaThellen 16.. .C. Davis 

Annie 38... J. F. Miller 

Annie Aden 35... R. S. J. Aden 

Annie Caroline... 2«)...Uenry Cllne 

Annie Gee 155... John Simpson 

Annie H.Johnson 39... G. W. McNear 

Annie Harley 2;J...C. G. Wilson 

Annie StofTer 120.. . Jens Jergena'n 

Annie R. F'orbes. 40... E. Winslow 

Apache 40.. .J. B. Piper 

Arab 49.. .N. C. Ellord 

Arago IS6...S. Perkins 

Ariel 10S...AWVnSchmrt 

Artful Dodger 63.. .S. B. Peterson 

Arthur 48.. .J. B. Piper 

Augusta Johnson 24.. .John Johnson 

Aurora 193... E. P. Nisson 

Azaleiie 41. ..J. H. RoUrts 

B. F. Lee 87.. .J. Clement 

B. G. Whiting.... 17...T.Abrahanison 

B. H. Uauisdell... 134.. .James Tutlls 

Banner 3.3.. .C. Harlev 

Barkis 25...Jas. B. (hasc 

Bartlctt Allen 26... H. V. Besler 

Basquaire 20... W. Brown 

Bay City 41...Thos. Nelson 



Names. Tons. Mana'ff Owner. 

Bella 3,5 (ohn F. Miller 

liosslc Everdtng. 74...A. Dodd 

HinniuiDia 13...A.C. Bothemer 

Big River 160... And. Anderson 

Bill 30.. .J Mitchell 

Bill the Butcher. 82... C. Christiansen 
Black Diamond... 41...C. Krutzleldf 

Black Swan 23...F. F. Lansdulc 

Bobolink 170...S. Perkins 

Bonanza 135.. .H. B.WIUIams 

C. Allison 44... F.Brown 

C. H. Merrlthew . 89... B. H. Hansen 
C. L. Place 2!i...J. B. Piper 

C. T. Winslow.... 43...Wm. Wltzman 

Caleb Curtis 39... W. E. Domett 

Caledonia 11...0. Hall 

California 120...J. ,J. Smith 

California 23... D. Irabaran 

Calllornia 50... N. Blchard 

Calistoga 29...G. Barblrle 

Camilla a5...F. TUfbrd 

Caroline 42.. .J. M. Avery 

('uroline E. Root. 120... E. Hlggins 

Caroline Z 32... Rich. Johnson 

Caroline Medau... 7.3... H. Madison 

Caroline Mills 48...B. C.Generaux 

Carrier Dove .54....Tacob Jansen 

Cussie Hay ward.. 1<«...H. M. Haywrd 

Catherine 32... M. C. Nisson 

Cath. Miller :i5...W. H. Nichols 

Cesur Bruns 49... R. Hansen 

tk-ceila Maria 2.3.. .C. Decker 

Challenge 44.. .J. S. Morgan 

Champion 44... H. C. .Vomers 

Chas. G. Wilson. 59.. .C. G. Wilson 

(!harlotta 37.. .George Grav 

CliristinnStcnens 70....Geo. H. Collins 

Cinieron 10... M. Osburn 

Cinderella 2(i...N. H. WolflT 

Clara 30.. .B. IL Madsen 

Clara Light 179...H. S. TIbby 

CXihasset 21... P. Hansen 

Cohimbia !«...B. H. Madsen 

Col. Baker 77... W. Marten 

Columbus 36.. .J. B. J'Iper 

Concordia 98...Thos. Han.-en 

Cora 155.. .J. G. Jackson 

Cordelia 25.. .S. Gabledu 

Courser 358....nA Thompson 

Cygnet 2.37.. .J. L. Sanford 

D. S. Williams.... 416...C. M. Decker 
D. W. Tleljen.... 49... H. Koopmau 
Dagniar 

Dashing Wave... 146.. .J. McKlnnon 
David and Ettle. 69... Geo. H. Collins 

Dolphin 9... J. Mitchell 

Dora 42... I'eter Jacobson 

Dreadnought 183... Fred Clav 

Dreadnought 40... J. S. Rider 

Eclipse 234... John Dolbeer 

Eddy 39...E.R.Thomab'n 

Eden 43...E<I. Christ 

Edith 98.. .S. Johnson. 

Edward Louis.... 47...EdwBri| Lang 
K. J. McKlnnon. 70...J.W.Jesp«Tson 

Electro 92. .J. B. Ford 

Eliza 10.. .A. Seuiez 

Eliza Bloke 19.. .A. Matherson 

Elko 148... A. A. (x>hcn 

Ella 260... G. W. Prescott 

Ellen 9... 

Ellen AdellB 33... T. O'/arrell 

Ellen Gundersun. 36....*. Von Togen 

Ellen Morla 15... M. WllllamsonI 

Ellnora 2.5... H. Pelersou 

Elnorah Hi6...C. Lass 

Elvenla 146... K. (Jee 

Emille Fronscu... 86... Henry Jonscn 

Emllle Martin 19.. .C. Iverson 

KmilleSthroeiler. 85... A. S. Jensen 

Emily 34.. .John Manix 

Emily F. Blchard 39...M.K. M'Klnna 
Kmtly Howard... 31... N. Bruns 

Kmily Lundt 34... H. J. Spelman 

Emma 48... P.N. Remlllord 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Name*. Ton' . 

Emma A Louise. 89. 

Emma Utter 279. 

Energetic 17. 

Ecergy 2^ 

Enterprise 190 

Enterprise 16. 

Eudora 73.. 

Euphemla. ^-Ci. 

Eustace _ 184. 

Eureka 29. 

Eveline 40, 

Excldere 43. 

Express 35, 

F. E. M. Bernard Zx 

F. W. Crawford. Xi. 

Falrtleld 29. 

Fannie 61 

Fannie Hare 164, 

Fanny A. Hyde... 92 

Fanny Gllmor !K). 

Fannv Jane 120. 

Favorite 23. 

Favaway 51. 

Fellcitv 22. 

Flora Maybel 13. 

Flying Eagle 22 

Flying Mist 57, 

Forester 15. 

Fortuna _ 23, 

Fourth of July... 50, 

Fourth of July... 15. 

Francis 18. 

Francis Ford 12. 

Free Trade 92. 

Frlthlof 243. 

Galiitea. 94.. 

G. F. Train 27.. 

G. W. Prescott... 113. 

Garibaldi 42. 

Gaslight Si). 

Gen. Harnev .W. 

Gen. Miller 109., 

Gen. Ord 93. 

Gen. SIgel 30. 

Geo. Louis 41. 

Geo. J'. Ha.ib 123. 

Geo. Pcabofiy 5.5. 

Geo. Washington 24. 

Georgle Wood.s.... 60. 

Glide 13.. 

Glory 14.. 

Golden Fleece..... 127., 

Golden Fleece 48. 

Gi.lden Gate 98. 

G'llden Br.le 61. 

Goliah 43. 

Gooil Templar.... 126. 

Gotama 199. 

Granger 43. 

Greenfield 30. 

Greyhound 149. 

Oussle Klose 95.. 

H. Beudel 74. 

H. Carolina 22.. 

H. C. Almy 12. 

II. L. TIeman 143. 

H. K. Hadlow.... 24. 

Hi'len Sutton 21. 

Hnmlet 15. 

Hannah Ma-llson 134., 

n«rp _ 10.. 

Harry 25., 

Harvest Queen... 32. 

Hattle Porter 28., 

Haves liM.. 

H>'cla 46. 

Helen Merriam... 67.. 

Hera. 889. 

Herman 66.. 

Hlnda 61. 

Ho King 24. 

Horace 36., 

Hi>ward 73., 

Hueneme 5.. 



Humboldt 

I. B. LunU 130. 

Ida 16. 

Ida 16.. 

Ida Florence „ 58. 

Ida Jane 14., 

Ida Schnauer 2J5. 

Industry 72. 

Ino 98. 

Isabel 210. 

Island Belle 41. 

Ivanhoe _ 120. 

J. B.Leeds 229 



Mi/l-i.tig Oivner. 
..v. Engermiian 
...llenrv Dllllng 
..J. Volght 
...H. Petersen 
...J. W. Mc.Mlep 
..C. H. Parker 
.John F. Miller 
..H. Botcher 
..E. Newman 
..L. Darby 
..H. Rcmltlard 
..F.Rus.selmann 
..J. n. Rider 
..R. Fernandez 
,.C. H. Altken 
..W. H. Nichols 
...J. Mlchelson 
..Charles Hare 
.S. B. Peterson 
..I. E. Davis 
..P. Caughell 

A. Warner 
..Wm. Borchers 
..Jos. Mitchell 
..I. Gutte 
..T.W.McColum 
,.A. 0. HIchborn 
..Chas. Wolff 
..Oarl Hoysel 
..J. T. Smith 
.G. Treschuren 
.. E. B. Baker 
.J. de Younge 
..(). Mattson 
.J. B. Ford 

..Jos. Hanson 
..H. TInknnm 
..Wm Borchers 
..F. 8. Kedfleld 
.J. F. Miller 
.N. Bruns 
..A. Llndholm 
,.A. Juchter 
,.H. Maybel 
..J. B. Jones 
..A. Peterson 
..J. B. Piper 
. P. Norris 
.J. N. Pancets 
..J H. Jacobson 
..W. 3. Bonne 
..B. H. Madsen 
..H. Kllm 

.'.C. F. Kroger 
..Jos. Madsen 
..Thos. Collier 
..L. H. Long 
..A. Oawford 
.K. Hlgglns 
..N. Fank 

.W. A.Johnston 
.A. Crawford 
.11. Casanova 
..D. .Smith 
,.Wm. Green 
.B. H. Madison 
.J. Bowers 
.J. B. Piper 
..J. F. Thor8<lon 
.A.C.Wentw'tb 
.G. II. Emerson 
..J. T. Pelerson 
.B. H. Madsen 
.Jesse Holladay 

'.D Beadle 
.Richard BiUlIs 
.J. Lent 
.Jas. Laflln 
.H. C. Brane 
..O.Kiistel 
.Jas.McKlnnon 
.J. Dentra 
Z. Taylor 
,.P. A. !<anberg 
.P. Mar.^iano 
.C. Schiianer' 
..H. J. Brown 
R. (i. Blxbee 
.W. Blackwood 
.Matt'w Turner 
..R. G. Blxbee 
.. N. C Larscn 



yainet- Tons. Mana'a Owner: 

J. C. Cousins 49.. .S.C.Nathan 

J. E. Hasklns 33... 

J. a. Wall 98,...John3tockfeIdt 

J. H. Roscoe 80... P. Veaney 

J. -M. Brock 134...C. C. Brock 

J. N. McCune. ... 28... 

J. Wlghtman, Jr. 73...A.P.HouehstM 

J. P. Haven :«...C.J. Frodrk.xon 

James Townsend 168<..H. Wethert)ee 

Janios Byrnes 34... L. Terkelson 

Jennnette 35... T. Harder 

Jennie Stella 293... E. B. Dean 

Jennie Thelen 146... 

Jessie Fremont... 29... Geo. Schmidt 
Jessie Nlckerson. 18.5.. .8. Bonetleld 

Johonne 90... W. H. Meyer 

John and Samuel 74... S.H.N. Bowd'n 

John Bright 132... E. Newman 

John Fri>(|ertck... ^...E. Corolnese 
John Hancock.... 1.38... H. Wetherbee 

John Hunter 84... J. J. Wolw'rth 

.Tohn Lambert 30... C. H. .^Itken 

John SlcCullough ?i..L. Olson 

John Nagel 66.. .J. J. Smith 

John N. Ingalls. 9.5.. .J. J. Smith 

John Stllson 37... R. Karrasow 

Joseph 66... J. C. Merethew 

Joseph Perkins... 297...A. Powell 
Joseph Woolley.. 120... J. N. Ingalls 

Josephine 18... U.K. Anderson 

Josle 49... D. Wetgen 

Kate Blaklston... 17... J. M. Peterson 

Kate L. Heron... 26... 

Katie Holmes. ... 27...S. M. Damon 

Klttie Stevens 131...C. C. Brock 

Klaskanlne .58... John Klnnder 

Kosta Sacramento 38...Jas. Nevlan 

La Glronde 205...B. C.Geheraux 

Lark 10... R. E. Tinker 

Last Chance 28...P. Jacobson 

Laura M. Damon 21.. .Wm. Roberts 

Laura May 247..„H..\ckerman 

Laura Pike 146...L. E. Larsen 

Leader 9...C. Patterson 

Legal Tender 175...G.J. F.WIndng 

Len Young 33.. .J. D. Burner 

Leo 173... R. G. Byxbee 

Lettitia 247...C. C. Brock 

LIgurIa 23...L. Terkelsen 

Lilly May 10. .E. A. Anderson 

Lime Point 20...F. Tllford 

Little River 97.. .Jos. Han.tou 

Ll/.zie Derby 98...H..\.Thonipsn 

Lizzie Madison... 132... .\. .\nderson 

Lizzie B. A 19...K. J. K. Aden 

Lizzie T. .-Vdams. 27.. .J. A. Phimuer 

Lizzie White 2I...C. G. White 

Lola 19.3... James Madden 

Loleta l'.'0...K. Korbel 

Lookout 19... J. B. Piper 

Lorenzo and Wm. 23....I. B. Piper 

Lottie Collins 69... J. Nelson 

Louisa Morrison 95...Jno. S. Morgan 
Louisa Simpson.. 91....\ndr'w Hagen 

Louisa West 19.. .G.G. Williams n 

Lovet Peacock.... 349.. .C. A. Nntsen 
y\. E. .\uderson._ 40... .\. T. .Anderson 

M. Mamrcis 41. ..Chas. Brendt 

:\I. V. Harlnian... 36... A. S. Hall 
Mabel and E<llth. 49... A. A. Cohen 

Moljel Scott 77....Steph. Hlgglns 

Madeline 34... C. E. Sorensen 

Maggie Douglass. 49... John Martin 
Maggie Johnston 135... J. 8. Morgan 

Magnolia 47... And. .Anderson 

Marguerlta 19... L. Holton 

Marietta 142...J.L.LeBalllst'r 

.Mai-tha&Elizabth 58...K. C. Elford 
Martha W. Tnft...l73...J Jensen 
Mary A. Fernand'z 49... B. Fernandez 

Mary Alice 26...G. Borblrie 

Mary Buhnc 147.... A. H. Paul 

Mary Cleveland. 91...M.E.Jesperson 

Mary Deleo 49.. .C. Thompson 

Mary Ellen 78...C. Ooodall 

Mary E. Hall 27.. .J. N. McCune 

Mary F. Cruz 46.. .B. Fernandez 

Mary Gould 22...Mich'l8 Daneri 

Marv Gratwick... 33... .\. .\nderson 
.Mary E. Huss.... 23.5...N.C.Erlandsen 
Mary H. Nelson. 3!t...H. Bolsen 

-Mary Hart 49... ,\. Arens 

Mary Jo.seph 23... A. K. J. Klahn 

Mary Zephyr 49... Louis Zephyr 

blaster Mar'ucr... 39... P. Hanson 

.Matinee 37.. .C. F. Dean 

5Iaxim 117.. .J. O. Jackson 



Same). Tont. Mana'a Owner. 

May Queen 12.3....S. B. Peterson 

Mc(1ellan 24.. .C. Davis 

Melltia 8...P.A.Hhlvorson 

Melrose 25...H. C. Clarke 

Meniloclno 93.. .J. F. Hlgglns 

Mendocino 14...T. W. .Moore 

Merchant 19... G. W. Terrell 

.■Mlnctte 24...J. «). Harlow 

Mission Canal.... 48.. .Charles Davis 

Mo<loc 48... J. B. Piper . 

."Montana _ 93.. .C. Anderson 

Morning .Star i»...B. H. Madison 

Mose 72...A. Brown 

Mountain View.. 43.. .Chas. Schiller 

N. B 48... W.H.Johnston 

N. L. Drew 121...A. H. Paul 

N. Van llergen... 49...il.Chrlstlansen 

Na Malole 50... A. P. Bllven 

Naga>_ 20...T.W.M'O.llum 

Napa City 47... .\. Knudsen 

Nathalie 31... R. .Tohnson 

Nautilus 4-3... W. H. Farwell 

Ned Beal 12...T. (Usen 

Nellie Carter 48... A. W. MIUs 

Nelly Rich 4«...A. G. Rich 

New England 17...J. W. Chllds 

New York 15... H. Cruz 

Newton Booth.... 91. ..J. Himla 

Niantlc 21...Krank Tllford 

Ntcollne 69...H. F. Hageuah 

Nldams a8...J.F.W.Perm'n 

NImrod 2S...J.H.BIumL'nbg 

Norway 193...Slven Jonnson 

Numanola ... 

0.8. Fowler 3.5...D. Shlrpser 

Ocean Peart l!i6...J. H. Bnice 

Ocean Spray 8.3... J. Kentfleld 

Onwanl 35...C. Goodall 

Ofpgonlon 247... R.W. Simpson 

Osceola (scowj.... 48.. .A. Crawford 

Otsego 36.. .B. W. Johnson 

V. and I!. No. 6... 15.. .J. B. IMper 
P. and R. No. 7... 25...J. B. Piper 

PaclHc 149... Peter Crack 

Page 110...N. Blchard 

Pannonia l!r7...A. Kustei 

Parallel 148... Wm. .M. Smith 

Pastime 6.. .J. W. Tavlor 

Patriot 57... L. A. Peterson 

Pauline Collins... 69...G. H. CoUlns 

Pet 49...H. L. Hev 

Phil. Sheridan.... 146... C. Brown 

Phu'be Fay 49. .George Thole 

Pioneer 12.. ..\. W. TInemon 

Plute 4fi...J. B. Piper 

Plow Boy 39...J. O. .lennlngs 

Precursor 74.. .J. C. Hawiey 

Premier 308... Geo. Fritch 

I'rosperc.us .34...('. Benfelt 

K. B. Handv 74... L. Lorentz 

Rainbow 43...WiUlom Smith 

Rambler 23... B. A. Tvler 

Reaper 17...J. A. H. Pritz 

Ited Fish 2.5...C. Decker 

Redwood 27...E. P.lunienberg 

Reliance 33... J. B. Steams 

Reliance „ 35...Sam'l Burnett 

Reporter 3:ff...W. G. Hall 

Restless 74...F.Rus6elmann 

Itlngleader 41... F Ru.sselmann 

Rival :B...C. C. Hill 

Robbie Hunter.... 57... Fritz Volght 
Robert & Minnie 99.. .J. Noylon 

Rochester 15.. .M. R. .\den 

Rock of Casbel... 22...C. Barbiria 

Roscoe _ 9».J. Welch 

Roselia 39.. .C. L. Place 

Rough and Ready .56... Louis Larsen 

S. E. Perr>- 39... I). Wltgen 

S. M. Coombs W...P. W. Gray 

Saccoro 21... Henry Platte 

Sacramento 98... Wm. Sparks 

Salamander 30... J. 01.«en 

SanBuenavnturo 181. ..J. .1. Smith 

San Diego 3y...N.W.Joa'msen 

San Joaquin 16.. .Wm. May 

San Lorenzo 29.. .A. Pelerson 

Snn Mateo 1.5... R. Barron 

Santa Rosa 25... D. Sullivan 

Saririi 106...J. C. Eschen 

Sarah .\nn ai..„C. Hansen 

Sarah Louise 49...Henrv Corlcy 

Scotland 78.. .C. L. Ta.vlor 

.Sea Foam !I2...L. G. Peterson 

Sea Nymph 9I...C. Goodall 

Selma 87... H. A.Thomp'n 

Serena Thaver.... 206.. .J. C. Gunn 



LIST OF VESSELS. 



79 



SS'ajnes. Tom. iPaing Owner. 

Severn v-Six 3S...F. C. Jorvis 

Shooting Star 57...C. ^V. Reed 

Slorra 2.^....IniiR>s t^inlth 

Sllv.T Cloiul :!.'...C. Smith 

Sine Johll^c)Il. 7-4. ..J. E. t'linlfaiit 

Skvlark 4o....\. K. Toiii'reB 

Sneezer XI... J. O. A. Tllton 

Sohiiio 71...F.IlAVntenun 

Scinora 14... G. Barbleri 

Sophia iiajrer. 3.5...San)uel }51ythe 

Suptiiu Johnson.. 2:)...AV.U.l)ll'gh'ni 
Sophia Wetiger... 6-4... E. Kruz 

Speciilat on 16... F. C'nirothers 

Speril 31. ..J. \V. Holt 

Sguibob 3fl...Jns. .McKlnley 

St. Thomae: 62.. .Jos. Johnson 

Staghouiid 137... .\. Crawford 

Star 4S...F. Russelman 

Star of Freedom. 2-1. ..T. Leni. Meyer 
Silna KIcnIalson.. 45.. .J. C. Jiirgens 

Stranger 152... W. G. Hall 

Superior 205...Fred'k Clay 

Susan A. (iwens.. ;?0...]*I. oisen 

Susie 47... W. H. Nichols 

T. Alonzo 23...E. Taylor 

Taflle 14.. .T. Hanson 

Tartar 4I»...N. C. Ellbrd 

Teutonla 94.. .J. H. Stiickniyr 

Theo. H. AUen... 48...W. N. Selby 

Thereso 74...A.C. SegllhorBt 

Three Brothers... 37... T. Collie 

Three Sisters 62...5Iartln Wolt'rs 

Toi:cao 20....T\V.M(Collum 

Travc.er 33...J. G. Jennings 

Truckee 14S...A. A. Cohen 

Twilight 1*5... E. P. Nlssen 

Twin Si.'iters 74.. .C. A. Hooper 

Two Brothers 5(>...l'. Coyhlll 

Uinpquu .50.. .Thomas Long 

Una 200... B.G. Bvxbee 

Uncle .\be 30.. .W. H. Nichols 

Undaunted ftS...AV. C. Lyudo 

Undine 144.. .A. Kustel 

Unga 20...TW.McCollum 

Urania 80... 1). Shlrpser 

U. S. Grant 33...H. Klhn 

Valentine Alviso. 27... H. J. Jarvls . 

VanderbiU 98.. .AV. Lawrence 

Venus 118...A. Dodd 

Veto 47.. .S. M. Soinmers 

W. F. -Mnrsh U6...Geo. Bayley. 

^V. 1[. Jleyer 246...Cha9. Nelson 

W. H. rrescott... 113... 

AV. H. Stevens.... 147.. ..A. Crawford 

W. S. I'helps 101... Freem'n Smith 

AV. Whipple 29...J. Smith 

AVar Eagle 34. ..E.K. Thompson 

AVave 10...E.K.Thomp.son 

M CKt Wind 3fi...J. B. J'lper 

AVestorn Home... 13.5.. .Jos. Jr.hn.son 

AVllii Gazelle 114...TAV.51cColIum 

AVillian) 40.. .John Jurrs 

AVilliam and Albert 33... C. Pnrnow 

AVllUuni HlckB 5S...AV. A. Stuart 

AVni. L. Beebe .._ 296....I. I. Smith 

AVlllow 15...J. (llsen 

AVlnrield Scott 50.. .T. Thompson 

AVItch of the Bay 22...J. B. J'iper 
AVm. Frcilerlck... 42...Charlcs DavIm 
AVm. Hamilton... 24... Dau'l Morrison 
AVm. 11. -Marcy.. 10.S....U. S. Govt. 
AVm. L. Beebee.. 2i«...J. J. Smith 

AVm. Sutton 71. ..E. Konnlng 

Wonder 49...Enos Taylor 

Yo.iemlte 28... 

Z. B. Heywood... 107... J. F. Lorenz 



.Sloop*. 

Adallne ,. 18.. .J. Adams 

Agua Callentc 9.. .J. Herman 

Albatross 21... J. Thorkclsen 

Alice Stotl'en 18... H. Smith 

Amanda 14... I'. Tranton 

Anna Matilda 34. ..S. K. Nurse 

Annie 12...\V. n. Learv 

Belle „ 15...J. G. Sachelo 

Burrod 1!»...H. Plltte 

Bud 13.. .L. Sharron 

C. E. Long 17... N. Larco 

C. L. Place 2!t...J. B. Piper 

Caroline 40...K.M.Barleybn 

Ceres. 17... A. Johnson 

Convoy 18.. .C. Madcen 

Cynthia 2:i...P. Donahue 



A'ames. Tons. ^Paing Owner. 

D. N. Darlington 2I...AV. Gorman 

Domingo _ 17... P. Norrls 

Dorlnda 25....A.A.L'derback 

E. n. Christina... 13...]>. Tranton 

E. J. Cllne 14... G. Smith 

Echo 27... J. Anderson 

Emcllar 14...H. C. Clark 

Enmia 2!)...A. F. T. Klahn 

F. AV. Crawford.. S.'?...,!. Smith 

Fearless 22.. .J. F. MoUer 

Forest Prince 13... P. Hansen 

Franklin 1S)...C. E. Hansen 

Gazelle 15...J. J. StotTcn 

Gen. Taylor ll...n. Mohr 

Go Ask Her 12... C. Gotxlnll 

Harvest (Jueen... 21. ..J. W. Kee<l 

Hector 2.3... .T. B. Piper 

Hero 14... E. (>. Kliodes 

Helen Eliza 9...F. D. J'ratt 

Hector 16...M.C.ninuchard 

Hudson 11...E. C. Hartord 

Impossible 12... E. AVarmouth 

Indepemleuce.... 0...I. Kraslion 

J. .K. McClelland !)...A. J. Strutse 

Jcnnv 9.. .J. (iberg 

Jenny Llnd 9...F. A. Dlerck 

Jilt 28...AV.H.Chapm'n 

Jnlla 17... P. Brown 

Kitturah 2S...A. Schultz 

Liberty 10... D. AV. folger 

Lotus 13...E. Moody 

Louisa D.Merrltt 16...MaryAnderson 

Miiggle 11... T). Splalne 

Maggie Kobluson 16... H. Greenwood 

Mary Ann 8.. .11. AVIIson 

Slary E. Donlvan 1G...J. Laflin 

Mary Hart 12.. ..I. Iiudlam 

Mary .1. Shelly... 17...S. Sullivan 

May Flower 15... J. Gomez 

Mflvlna 11. ..AV. Lamping 

Mvsterv ;C.. George Ellis 

National 14...A. Smith 

National 9...C. Giles 

Nelly 8...A. Drjer 

Ntcollne&Doretha 19... K. Jenson 

Norman 19.. .AV. H. Nichols 

P. A. Owens 37...S. Johnson 

Pike County 35...A. Kctelfon 

Phoebe Muyhew 18.. .J. Low 

Plumas 18... I. Kashon 

Uucen ol" the Bay 18... F. Malbrlch 

Bavenswood 15.. .C. Moor 

Rhode Island 10...P. Thomas 

Rincon Point 11...N. P. Beck' 

Roman 8... J. B Frlsbee 

Ruth 15... P. Thomas 

Sallna 20.. .Charles Abel 

Sam Slick 12... P. Norris 

Sarah Annie 21...Chcs. Hanson 

Sarah I'ratl 14...F. Tllford 

Sea Onll 13... F. Tllford 

Shooting Star 11... P. Minor 

Sierra Nevada ... 1(5.. .J. H. A. StolTen 

Solfcrino 20... M. .leiimnU had 

Star 12...T. W. M 'Colhini 

Startled Fawn.... 14.. .AV. H. Ruiidel 

Swan 10... G. James 

Sycamore 35... IM. E.C.Charrol 

T. G. Lamb 9...AV. McGet 

Thomas Brown.. 29.. .F. N. Laughey 

TIta 8...L. Storrey 

Tomales 17... .A. C. Bogart 

Troublesome 11...0. Ellis 

Vigilance 13...J Milton 

VIolante 10... J. Nevis. 

A'Irglnia 11... 

AV. A. AVlnder... 5... N. Anderson 

AVest Wind 10... J. George 

AVIdgeon 13... J. Goodrldgo 

AV. H. J 17.. .A. Peterson 



SteauiNhiiia. 

AJax 1.^54...0regon S. 8. Co 

Alameda 813...C P R R Co 

Alexander 2!io...John F. Miller 

Alex. Duncan.... 118.. .J. F. Bvxbee. 

Alice 74... F. M. Benson 

Alice Garratt 2S5...T. C. Walker 

Alvarado 49... I. Burns 

Ama.lor 897... C P II R Co 

Amelia 38.5...C P R R Co 

Amelia 17... 

Anasba 39... Harbor Com 

Ancon 1540.. .C. Goodall 



j^aiiiet. Tous. Manama Owner. 

Antelope 581...C P if RCo 

Anilocn 71...(;. Tunier 

Areata 220.. .J. C. Hawley 

Banner 175... 

Belle !K)...Chas. Nutsen 

Brisk 132... A. A. Cohen 

Bullion 147...Thos. Selbv 

C. M. Small 98... J. R. Rlileout 

Callfomio 674...Ben Holllday 

Capitol 162.5.. .C P It R Co 

Caroline 68.. .G. AV. Hooper 

Carqutneg 102...L. B. MIzner 

Centennlol 22...L.H.Terkelson 

Ceres 120...F. W. Eaton 

Chin du AVan 182...C P R It Co 

Clara Bell 54...H. McNeil 

Clara Crow 60... Lewis Twang 

Clinton 194...M. S. Latham 

Colorado 179... 

Columbia HI. ..A. M. Simpson 

Commodore 100.. .Geo. F. Bragg 

Constance 148...)'ope <fe Talbot 

Constant Ine 492.. .C. (ioodall 

Continental 96...C. Harley &Co 

Contra Costa 449.. .M. S. Latham 

Coqullle 246.. . AVm. C. Lvnde 

Cord 298...C 1* R R Co 

Cordelia 60... AV. Ilomnerbrg 

Cornelia 382...C 1* R R Co 

D. E. Knight 168... D. E. Knight 

Diana 8...AV. H. Bubne 

Donald 1.32...C. Goodall 

Dover 184...C P R R Co 

El Capltau y9«...C P R R Co 

Elaine 16.. .8. Menzles 

Elk 24...J. Keves 

Ellen 48... B. B. Minor 

Emma 68...G. G. Plnkham 

Empire f screw)... 7*2... Donald Beadle 

Empire City 102...C P R R Co 

Enterprise 24H...L. .Stanford 

Express 74... E. Jones 

Fanny Ann 88....Thos. H. Selby 

Favorite 73.. .0. McCann 

Flora 224...C P R R Co 

Flora Temple 304... P R R Co 

Frolic 32...A. Cornwall 

Gem 230...C P R R Co 

GIpsv 142...C. Goodall 

Gooiiman Castle.. 160...C P R R Co 

Gov. Dana 300...OPRRCo 

GuRsle iAl'Alpiue. 17...C. Goodall 

Gussle Telfair 4I3...C O&MexSSCo 

H. H. Buhne 98... J. Kentlleld 

Hallie 7... 

Horrict 94... Louis Haas 

Hattle Flckctt.... 3.'H...Stocklon N. Co 

Hope 74. ..J. Barron 

Humboldt 389....E. B. Cousins 

Idaho 1077...C. Goodall 

J. H. Redmond... 48... J. H. Redmond 
J. M. Donohue... 7:»...I'. Donohne 
.lennlo Guwne.... 38... 
John L.Stephens. 1837... Ownd InOregn 

Julia 520...C P R R Co 

Kate 22...H. F.WUIIams 

Lark 271. ..C P R R Co 

Larkln 24...(' P R R Co 

Laura Ellen 26.. .C J* R R Co 

Lizzie 69... John McGuIre 

Lookout (tug) 64. ..J. Kentlleld 

Los Angeles 493.. .C. Goodall 

Lottie 19...C. (ioodall 

Loidsa 368.. C P R R Co 

JI. S. liOihaiu 264... P. Donahue 

Mare Island 338... J. McGuIre 

Slary Anne 77... H. H. Buhne 

31arv Tavlor 47...S. P. Taylor 

.Allllen (irItUlh.... 115...PMSSC0 

Allnehuha 10...C. Goodall 

Mohongo 13:J1...( '. Cooilall 

.Alojave 193...B.Jl.H'tsh'me 

Montona 10(M...C. (Joodall 

Monterey 194...C. (ioodall 

Moulton 293...C 1' R R Co 

Mount Eden 74... R. Barron 

Neponsel 60... G. W. Chase 

Nei)tune (tug) 119.. .M. GrllJIth 

New World 531... C P R R Co 

Newborn 943.. .Col. .>;. N. Co. 

Newport 1(«...SPAJA Hooper 

NlnaTllden 107...H..M.H't«h'n)e 

Oakland 1B72...C I' It R Co 

nivmpla 49;)... D. B. Finch 

( irltlamme 19n2...( )regon S. S. Co 

ttrlzahn 1244.. .C. (ioo<lall 

Parthcnlus 2iM... Philip Caduc 



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yamei. Tons, urging Owner, 

Paul Pry 331...C P R K Co 

Pearl 31...0. Hall 

Pelican.^ — 651... P. B. Comwoll 

Pet 36...C P R R Co 

Petaluma 24!t...R. WnftR 

Pilot 146... H. B. Minor 

Pioneer i:fr...N. Anderson 

Pioneer 62... K. D.Wheatley 

Pioneer 2i...L. Halpht 

Poco Tlenipo 2.'<...Jacoli Cousins 

Princess lftl...I. Bums 

Kabonl (tug) 98... B'k I). Coal Co 

Red Bluff 244.. .C P R RCo 

Reform 132... A. Nelson 

Reliance 2;<7...C P R R Co 

Relief 146.. .N. Anderson 

Rescue (tnjf) 172... M. Griffith 



Xanue. Torn. M'ana'g Otvntr. 

Rival 26... C P R RCo 

S. L. Mastick ISM...S. L. Mastlck 

S. M. Whipple.... 235...S. M. Whipple 

Sncramonto 541.. .C P R RCo 

Salinas 14H...C. noo<lall 

Snn .loatiulu 24S...J. H. Roberta 

San Joaquin 78.. .Sac. Wood Co 

San Jose 29... J. C. MerrlU 

San Lorenzo TZ...C. Goodall 

San Vicente 146...J. C. Rels 

San Liils 31B...C. Goodall 

Santa Cruz 295.. .C. CSoodall 

Senator 1012.. .C. Goodall 

Sllffo 87...F.W.Hutchs'n 

Sol Thomas lr(t.) 82... John Kentfleld 

Sonoma 179... J. J. StofTen 

T. C. Walker 236...C P R R Co 



Oamet- Tons. Mana'g fhvner 

Taronia 240...Cha». Hansen 

Thoroughfare 1013... C P R R Co 

Transit 29.. .C P R R Co 

Tulare 162...C P R R Co 

Vallejo 241. ..C P R R Co 

Vaquero 106.. .E. Jones 

Vanina 176...T. Dwyer 

Washington 14«...G. Terschuren 

Washoe 5M)...C P R R fk> 

Water Witch (tug) 40...M. Griffith 

Wilson G Hunt... ...B. W. Mudge 

Wizard 117.. .C. Goodall 

Wm. Taber 974.. .Jno. T. Wright 

Yosemlte 1272...C P R R Co 

Yonkon 20...R.II.Wat'man 

Yuba City Belle. 32... (J P R B Co 
Zenith 24.. .H. Wetherboe 



MORTUARY REPORT.* 



OFFICIAL LIST OF NAMES, AGE, OCCUPATION AND DATE OF DEATH OF ALL ADULT 

MALES WHOSE DEATHS WERE REPORTED TO THE BOARD OF 

HEALTH DURING THE TEAR 187C. 



Xame Age 

AbclEB ....73 

Actcr Geo 37 

Acklaud Edwd T..54 

Adam Geo 44 

As-'ather Henry 35 

AKgor Peter 29 

Ahcrn Owen 2ft 

Ahrt Jncob 40 

Albreeht Kranz 41 

Albrlcht C H ^ 

Allan A\'\n 5!) 

Allen James F 3.'. 

Allen John .....30 

Alvez Francisco.. .25 
Alviird James H...52 

Amos Geo W 33 

Amos John 32 

Anderten John 31 

Anderson Isaac 42 

Anderson James...52 

Anderson John 32 

Anderson John ...46 

Anderson John 50 

Anderson John 55 

Anderson N G 36 

Andrezejowskv J.50 
Anstett Armand...26 
Anthony James.. .51 

AnthuB John 53 

Arellano lKnaclo...30 

Arnold .\ Ti 

Arnold Chas 11 40 

Arnold John 45 

Arnold Wm 35 

Aschom lames E.47 
Afhlev Eldrld»;e...40 
Ashlev SIdncv J. ..64 

Atfrldfje John 56 

Auberl Joseph 58 

AuNton Joseph B.24 

AvuecHh J(din 23 

Axeneher Frouk...28 

Bachle Leopold 24 

Boclcaliipc M 28 

Backholtz Henry ..33 
Backus Theodorc.30 

Bacon Geo W 65 

Bain John C T 60 

Bailey K S 37 

Ballev John :» 

Bailey R K 21 

Bailey Wm 40 

Baker James 75 

Baker John.. 32 

Balch Stephen M .50 

Ball David H 51 

Ball Thos A 5-1 

Bnlsom .Fames 42 

Bancroft W W 3.3 

Bannan John 3(! 

Barbanlch G 2.1 

Barber Gideon N..35 
Barber Thlllp G ....39 
Hiirelos Servlrlan..30 

BarkK Thos 3!l 

Barney Thos V 47 

Barnwi-ll Arthur...36 

Barrett John 48 

Barrow Michael.. .47 



Occupafn Date 

Nov 8 

laborer ... Auir 20 

porter Auk 10 

Nov 2 

JmIv 28 

miller May 3 

tailor Sept 6 

brewer... Sept 24 
blacks'h.. Feb 26 
liquors.... Auk 27 

Oct 27 

teamster. Mar 19 

Dec 19 

woodch'r Nov 10 

Nov 16 

Oct 7 

mason July 1 

farmer June 11 

loborer... Aup 4 
Jeweler... Dec 27 

May 10 

seaman... Auk 9 

May 26 

restaur't . June 1 
seaman ... Nov 5 

Oct 22 

brewer... Dec 26 
publisher Jon 4 

Aug 31 

Mar 27 

teamster. June 20 

Auk 16 

Oct 31 

Julv2S 

Feb 17 

seaman ... Nov 14 

Feb 5 

seaman ...June 20 

Mar 24 

June 7 

stevedore Apr 27 
cari'enter Jan 17 

Nov 7 

4i>iy23 

cabin tmr Aug 9 

clerk Nov u 

seaman ... Sept 17 
shlpwr't.. Mar 22 
phy8ic'n..June 2.3 

laborer Oct 12 

clerk Auc4 

machln't. Feb 2 

laborer Feb Ifi 

farmer Nov 27 

Dec 21 

bookb'dr. Mar 21 

Ins ttgt Sept 20 

Julv 30 

Nov 24 

boatman.. Oct 10 
flshcrnin. I>e<- 22 
carpenter Dec 22 

May 4 

harness'r June 14 

^pr II 

Sept 17 

merchant Jan 13 

saddler Dec 2:1 

July 27 



Name Age 

Barry Daniel 70 

Barrv Thos 39 

Bartlett E M 45 

Batchelor K P 42 

Butteou.x Dantel...50 
Baudot Jean B J ..45 

Boumann Carl 71 

Bayer Jacob 36 

Buarudet Julian....5.'? 

Becker Geo 25 

Beckhausen H G..26 

Bi'ckland N P 61 

Beco Jiiseph .58 

Beeknian Jarae6...50 

Beer Wm J 33 

Bi'Kgs James 42 

Behern Jlanuei F33 

Bell ('has : 43 

Bellerini Kmile 49 

Benrtcl Bernhard..31 

Benjamin G B 21 

Bennett Geo N 44 

Bercke Julius 72 

Bcrper Gustav 23 

Bergman A L 33 

Bergner John A....44 

Berham Wm 37 

Berket Wm 25 

J^crnard G .51 

Borndt Chas 39 

gerrltl V Horace N 30 

Berrv Albert 69 

l>rr"v John J 35 

"eswlck N D 38 

{Jevan John 28 

j'evse Oscar 46 

I'liun Wllhelm 30 

i'tggins )'atrlck.....37 

"igley John 43 

B|ron Ilvman 97 

Bishop Ulchard 38 

Bishopp G H R 52 

Blaine Wm 29 

Blake Geo H .12 

Blake James .53 

Blake Michael 30 

Blokcnev Ben] F..34 

Blanchard H 62 

Blchm Peter 70 

Blossom T M 29 

Blum John 38 

BobardClms 49 

Boch Ru<loli)h 46 

B.iekenhlde H .35 

Bogart Jacob (' .59 

Bohan Mathew 46 

Bolado Julian .52 

Bfiian James 44 

Bolan Neil 25 

Bolander Byron ....26 
Bolander Fred A. ..24 

BoioThos 87 

Bonal Jean 73 

BiinettI Gluseppe..40 

Bonettl Joseph 2-1 

Bongert John .57 

Bonis J .54 

llonnet (;«slmer....35 

Booth Adam 63 

Borckley GeoTN.27 



Occupatn Date 

Julv 16 

miner Oct 19 

:Augl3 

atty Dec 28 

Julv 25 

Tan 1 

Julv HO 

July 10 

tailor Sept 21 

Sept 27 

clerk Mnr 4 

Aug 15 

cook Dec 21 

shocmkr. Sept 22 
seaman... Nov i 
supt G Co May 10 
seaman... Apr 23 

MarS 

restaur't.. Sept 25 

Oct 2 

clerk Sept 6 

Oct 14 

Nov 1 

cook Dec 9 

agent Sept 2S 

July 23 

stogemau Aug 16 
longshr'n.Nov 20 

Sept 12 

seaman ...June 21 

Dec 16 

May 8 

clerk Nov 7 

farmer JIar 8 

oiler .Aug 13 

Mar 21 

Dec 12 

laborer.... Dec 8 
mason_... June t 

Dec 29 

stonectr... Jan 20 
winemkr. I)cc 7 

July 12 

cook Nov 10 

Sept 3 

nallmkr... July II 

Apr 26 

physician J line 24 

Dec 1 

Sept 29 

merchant Mar 27 

cook Dec 28 

Oct 6 

grocer Jau 24 

pilot .Aug 19 

laborer Mar 31 

merchant Dec 9 

mason Oct IH 

driver Sept 9 

Aug 10 

July 24 

shipping.. Apr 6 

Jan 31 

June 15 

waiter Muv 27 

S''pt 17 

Sept 9 

Api 16 

merchant t'ct29 
BlayS 



Xante Age 

Bornemann Ferd..32 

Bosk Michael 46 

Bosso John B .50 

Bourche .Matthew 26 

Bowen R W 34 

Bowers lienj D 56 

Bovlan Thos F 27 

Bo.Miger.-ion Peter 37 

Brace Wm W 39 

Bradbury Wm J....48 

iiradley Robert :« 

Braley G H 66 

Biandekar (,'has..,.4K 

Braiider John S 42 

Brauer AIcjIs 46 

Brenilell Ernest 46 

Brendt Lewis 39 

Brennan Wm 28 

Bret John .50 

Breuer Jacob 54 

I'riggs Henrv 27 

Brighton Wm 34 

Brignardello G 56 

Mrin Nlcliolas 45 

Brood ChasC 57 

Bromiuer 1) 41 

Ijrown Frank 48 

Ijrown Henry 28 

Ijrown Henry 32 

Brown Robert 22 

Itrown Robert K ..62 

Brown Setb .55 

Itrown Wm 31 

liruwnie Johy 47 

Itrowiilee ,Iobn 60 

Brownlie Jas L ft3 

Brun Anthony 55 

Brunn .\lbert 20 

Bruns Herman 49 

Brvont Alex H.„....64 

Itiichanaii A W 47 

Hucliannn Henry..48 
Buchanan John.. ..38 
Buchanan Wm T..21 

lluchholz (' 67 

Buckley Samuel ....38 

(^ulcu^ehron H 88 

Biilzer Ferdinand..25 

Burke John .30 

Burke Patrick :16 

lUirke Simon 65 

Burke Tlios H Wl 

Burke Win 17 

Burnett Alex SJr..32 

Burn Th.is 34 

Burns Bernard 33 

Hums John 28 

BiiriiH I'eti-r 47 

Hums Thos 24 

Hurroughs Wni 62 

Ilurrows John 50 

Burrows Robert....50 

Hursley Isaac 69 

B.irtou Wm H 40 

HutclierClias, 81 

BulWr Ja.'obH 5« 

Butler J M 33 

Bvrd .Andrew J .W 

Byrne Patrick W.,47 



Occupatn Date 

bkpr Sept 6 

Aug 23 

clergymn Nov 20 

Iunel9 

iMjokb'dr. Sept 29 

July 30 

clerk Dec 18 

Jan 13 

printer.... July 29 

Nov 12 

painter.... Jan 8 

Aug 29 

painter.... May 17 

Nov 7 

editor. Nov S 

Julv 9 

Aug 28 

Aug 14 

laborer ... Feb 9 

June 12 

Aug 10 

Feb 29 

merchant Sept 17 

liec 14 

capitalist Nov 24 

Aug 20 

May 21 

Nov 15 

longshr'n May 4 

porter Nov 20 

cook Ser>t 20 

carpenter Oct 4 
shoemkr. Mor7 
seaman... Apr II 

Mar 2 

laborer.... Feb 10 
laborer .... Nov 27 
longshr'n June 6 

Sept 12 

Feb 3 

Nov 28 

July 9 

carpenter Nov 30 

July 25 

Aug 29 

cashier.... June 9 
cabln'tmr Nov 22 

Feb 29 

Oct 11 

lalKirer .Aug 14 

laborer Jan 12 

otty Sept 15 

laborer I>ec 2;i 

June 19 

Aug 14 

stonectr... I>ec 8 
seaman.... Mar 17 

Aug 20 

seaman.... Feb 22 
Dec4 

Dec I 

bollmikr. Jan 19 
master ni May 19 
machln't. Jan 3) 
(teaman.... May lu 

July 17 

May2» 

June 11 

Oct a 



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Cables Chos U 2-1 

Cnlilll James A 25 

Cnln Patrick 35 

CallRche Marcus.. .67 

Oallahan W S 25 

Cnmiin Ivan 35 

(!ampa lirnns 22 

Campbell K \V 2!» 

Cumpbell NViu W 

Campbell Win H...21 

Ciinnini: Wm .mJy i 

Cuntinil O M2 

Curil Kllslia 4i> 

Curmi>ilv Panli'l.. .V) 

Curnurlilo L 11 2.: 

Carr .lames D 2i 

Curr John 22 

Carr John T 26 

Carr Thos K i'-i 

Carrl^an Michael .25 
(■arrllloN Hami)n...2S 

Carroll W J T 37 

Carter I>anlel :«) 

Casclssa DunieuicW 

Casey Joseph SI 

Casev Matihew :Jfi 

Cassebuom E T....40 

Caiwiily Patrick 41 

Casullo G B :*5 

Caton Manuel 45 

Cawley J'airlck 31 

Celestin Nlcholufr..2s 

Cerac J ¥ »> 

Chapman Ceo 73 

Chaquain Jean 50 

Chauvey Justin. ...6!) 
Cheni ry Chas K...:»5 

Child J H 46 

Clalfey Herbert 1>.3!» 

Clapp Joseph 61 

Clarey Wm J M 

Clark Bernaril 33 

Clark Kilward C....34 

Clark Ezra 48 

Claus Jacob 45 

Clark James P 24 

Clark Jonathan B.54 

Clark John J 46 

Clark W D 22 

Clarkson Henry C.6S 
Clooney John P.. ..42 

CluffPaul. 53 

Coakly Cornellu»...71 

Coates Joseph 55 

Cobo JoseS 56 

Coch W H 44 

Cochran Philip K.2;i 
Cody Stephen J J. 56 

Cohn Morris 56 

Colburn A F 'i\ 

Colette Oliver 45 

ColKin Geo 50 

Collln.s J J ;« 

Collins Patrick .V) 

Collins Tlmothy....42 

Colman Thos 27 

Oonaban Jame.s...29 

Condell Joseph 56 

Condon J N 20 

Congdon Maurice. 3S 

ConroF DJr 26 

Courou A. J 45 

Conway Richard... ;iO 

Cook llhas E 43 

Cook Frederick 58 

Cooke Wm B 4» 

Coombs Geo 31 

Coolie Wm 53 

Cooper John 48 

Cooper Wra 57 

Corbery Nlchola8..54 
CordlHK Joseph H.50 
Cormick .Mlcliael.GO 
Coryell Tiinihon.. ,.4S 
CosKrItI Patrick C.43 

Cosgrove John 3» 

Costa V 28 

Costello Wm 27 

Covell Chas K 28 

CowhiK Malor T....60 
CralK Archibald ll.6a 

CralK John 80 

CralK Wm 50 

Crane Warren S....85 

Granule W C 47 

Crelghton Rlcb'd..54 
Cremin Thos U. .41 
Crocker CW 44 



Jan 18 

bkpr Nov 14 

laborer.... Nov 3 

Aug 2i> 

Dec 15 

Sept 12 

barber Oct 11 

brtdr Oct 19 

atty Jan 15 

wireukr.. Oct 22 
stevodore Apr 22 

AukSO 

July 26 

bliiiks'h.. i>ct23 
steward.. Feb II 
lll>rarlan..June 23 

laborer Dec 24 

Sept 10 

blacks'h.. 51ar H 

laborer May 18 

teamster.. Feb 14 

builder Jan 2-I* 

butcher... May 20 
laborer.... Aug 27 

Sept 7 

brtdr Nov 5 

pollce'n...June 24 
laborer.... Oct 20 

laborer Dec ly 

cook AuK 4 

laborer Sept 22 

blacks'h.. Feb 18 
painter.... July 23 

Nov 16 

Sept 14 

Dec 16 

editor Dec 17 

Sept 12 

July It 

wagonmr Dec 15 

July 22 

June 16 

June 8 

farmer Dec 8 

cook Aug 2 

Mar 9 

sheep r'sr Dec 24 

Feb 4 

Aug 9 

Nov 15 

June 20 

seaman.... May 10 

pastor Dec 19 

Sept 14 

Nov 3 

Mar 27 

Oct 1 

Mav 3 

July 13 

Jeweler... Feb 23 

Aug 6 

Mar 20 

driver Aug 2 

laborer.... Feb 20 

miller Dec 9 

laborer.... Mar 27 

clerk Mar 5 

bookkpr.. July 22 
teamster. Nov 29 

Feb 5 

Sept 1 

carpenter Dec 20 

roofer May 22 

englneer.June 22 

Jan 12 

Julys 

June 12 

macblu't. Jan 11 

miner Mar 1 

Jan 5 

laborer ...June 27 
mctal'gst May 19 
weaver.... Apr 14 

Nov 4 

blacks'h.. Dec 11 

Oct 9 

tlsbermn. Jan 17 

Jan 8 

bkpr„ Nov 11 

Apr 15 

Feb 21 

July 16 

Dec 1 

sUlrbldr.. May 2S 

May 24 

July 12 

coacbmn. Nov 19 
Aug 2 



Crodan John 56 

Cronin Patrick 45 

Cronin Timothy... .68 

Cross Wm 45 

Crowley Daniel 33 

Crowley James J. .30 

Crowley John, 31 

t'rowley Michael. .25 
Crowlev Michael. .2-5 

Crure Kd L H :« 

Cunilsky Henry V22 
Cunlll'e Janus T..43 
Cunningham GW40 

Cuppett Daniel 40 

Ciirbeck tlirist 56 

(.;urloy Frank :)8 

Curtis Michael 58 

Cushnmn John. ...34 
Cutter Ephraim P54 



laborer..„ Apr 6 
Milooukpr Feb 23 
laborer.™.. July 28 
farmer..... ,\ug 24 
laborer.... Oct 17 
btorekpr. Oct 15 

Novo 

laborer Nov 9 

laborer Oct 12 

merchant Feb 9 

Sept 13 

stevedore Aug 6 

mirier June 15 

roofer Sept 5 

curr'genir Sept 15 
teamster. !<ept 29 

laborer Mar 13 

laborer Nov 11 

saw Uler.May 11 



Da Rego Jose .\„„30 Feb 26 

Dahljjren August..:i6 master in Itec 23 

Dahlman-Lai:ara„34 April 5 

Daley Dennis 27 Jan 8 

Daley James 28 teamster.. Sept 16 

Daley I'atrick 32 laborer.... Sept 10 

Daly Heurv 39 painter... May 4 

Danlclls Chas H...47 engineer.. May 29 

Dunn John F .V> Mar 26 

Darley .\rsene 56 Oct l<i 

Darling Samuel 45 July 5 

DauiiKt August P.36 Sept 6 

Davis A 33 Oct 6 

Davis John \\ 52 Jau 3U 

Davis Moses 85 Dec 24 

Davis Peter 55 cbaiumkr Nov 29 

Duvls Thos D 37 miner July 29 

Davlsdee James.. .39 seaman... Dec 29 

Davy Joseph. 40 Jan 6 

De Dene Cainpo...26 laborer June 12 

DeLalontulne J. ..43 July 20 

DeLuMoutauya J.5;i Sept 1 

De Vinne Josi'ph..58 stevedore Jau 20 

De Wolf Doui!las..49 Jan 14 

Doas James W 52 miner Nov 1 

Deasey Timothy. ..70 laborer Dec 11 

Decius Dovld .59 carpenter Dec 22 

Decker Jacob 56 Sept 8 

Delltlier George.. .45 sttloonkpr Dec 2 

Delaney Mlchael...:iO laborer May 11 

Delaney K E :i5 laborer;.... Sep 2u 

Delany John 35 stouectr... Men 31 

Delinge AnieUee J.37 butcher... July 15 

Dell J E 31 seac.au... July 16 

Delmonlco Peter... 60 restaur't. Jau 7 

Delore .\ugust 63 May 17 

Demittin John 35 clerk Oct 15 

Dennlftou Henry. ..38 laborer.... May 3 

Denton Gilbert 56 Jan 1 

Depodia Pierre M. 51 launum'u July 25 

Deb.NOUsiarvHCE33 Dec 17 

Detain Henry 40 Oct 6 

Deucher .\lfonso.„33 May 19 

De.\ter Banlett P.77 Oct 21 

Dejbali John M...38 laborer..... July 2 

Diaz Jacinto 30- seaniau.... Jon 27 

Dickey James 33 brtdr Feb 13 

Dickinson 49 May 11 

Dledrich Beruurd.oO uible pol. Dec 20 

Dletz Henry 70 June .'Jo 

Dlgglns Wesley.. ..70 conUuctr. Aug 22 

Dinneen John 31 e.\press'n Dec 19 

Dl.xon Thos 23 laborer.... Sept 23 

Dockham Henry ...51 May U 

Dodds Andrew 41 tanner May 11 

Dolores Garcia 45 laborer.... Mar 14 

Donovan Chas 39 express'n Sept 10 

Donovan Eugene..45 laborer.... 31ay 15 

Donovan J D 22 laborer.... Nov 1 

Donovan T 51 shoemkr.. Mar 1 

Dore Michael J 32 Nov 9 

Dorlch Stephen 25 cook June 19 

Dornaii George ....33 clerk. May 26 

Doty Samuel 48 Jon 4 

Doiid Chas K 32 upbolst'r. Mar 14 

Douglas K F 42 cook Oct 3 

Dou«la.<b Wm 54 Aug 2 

Dowden James... „47 Sept 27 

Dowling W M* 54 mason July 4 

Downey Timothy. 37 saloonkpr Dec 25 

Doyle James 47 Apr 7 

Dozler W 70 porter Dec 11 

Droste Herman 37 hotelkpr. Dec 18 

Drucher Edward ..25 Oct 18 

Duckett John G...32 July 5 

Ducotcy Frank 40 Sept 27 

Ducruet Philip 21 Mar 6 

Dufey H P 26 printer... Nov 27 



Dull Thos E 40 engineer. 

Dulley Patrick 38 hosller... 

Dugon John 38 painter.... 

Duggan Thos 28 

Duuand M .\ 76 

Duncan James E..46 

Dunn Frank 62 

Dunn James 34 lather- 

Dunn 31 U 43 

DunulngtoD L 35 clerk 

Dwyer Francis G..48 steward.. 

Dw-yer John 22 laborer... 

Dwyer John 35 blacks'h. 



clerk. 



inlniug... 

cook 

laborer.... 
shoemkr. 

cook 

seaman... 

waiter 

carpenter 
shipwr't. 
blacks' b. 



Karl Thomas 25 

Karle John 28 

Ederu .\mei6e 45 

Kttlnger John H....51 
EgertortrtJeo A....54 

Ekhordt H W 62 

Eliret J..bn M 53 

Epsom James 48 

Erickson James... :i5 
hligayovu Martln.24 

Ellis Geo 27 

Ellis Henry 37 

Evans Edward .55 

Everett R U 4» 

Everitt Geo 28 

Eysoud .\lpbeus ...48 

Fagan John 49 

Fagan Patrick 47 

Fagin Giuseppe.. ..31 

Fahr Peter 26 

Fairchiid Charle»„40 

Falkenburg H 52 

Fallon Michael J. .45 

Farrell Jniues 48 

FarrellJohn W 21 

Furrell Robert :» 

Forren Chas J 51 

Farren Robert .53 

Fauhstock P A :r2 

Faulhaber Frank.51 

Fay Thomas 44 

Featherly J H 33 

Feeney James 41 

Fel^es Con 46 

Feiinell Patrick F.21 

Feuueniy Wm 59 

Ferguson E'd A..48 

Ferguson John 05 

Fergn.son 'lho^ 28 

Ferney Patrick J. 48 
Ferrera (iiovonnl.23 

FerrlerChas 40 

Ferry Hugh 30 

Ferry Wm 47 

Field Wm 66 

Fields t; ;« 

Finerty John 40 

Finley Wm F 37 

Finnegon Chas J.27 

Fischer Paul 28 

Fish Franklin 73 

Fitzgerold Jas E...42 
Fitzpalrick John. .2!) 
Fltzpatrlck Wm...58 

Flaherty John 40 

Flaherty Peter 29 

Fleming A C 50 

Fleurey Jac(iues...40 

Flooif Wm A SO 

Flory John 29 

Flynn Timothy.... 88 

Foley Michael 63 

Foley Patrick 59 

Foley Timothy t^ 

FoUev Samuel 5S 

Ford Chas S 45 

Forbes WmH 51 

Foster Antonio 3» 

Foster Graham P.47 
Foster Thos W....28 

ti>\ Ed word 71 

Framniel Albert. ..SO 

Frank H 51 

Frank Josepli H....;f7 

Fredericks Jos 25 

Frederlckwjii Jno.36 

Frlsbee Joseph 48 

FrlBble Lvman 32 

Fnllard WmO 56 

Fuller Ferry 79 



Gallagher James..53 laborer.... Aug 16 
Gallagher James .78 Mar 29 



Nov 27 

Dec 18 

Jan 1 

May Ifi 

Apr 17 

July 27 

Not 21 

Janl4 

July 7 

Feb 2!l 

Jan 14 

Aug 9 

Feb 7 

Dec 24 
Aug 11 
Aug 20 
Sept 29 
Nov 10 
Sept 19 
Feb 16 
Dec 13 
Sept 17 
Aug 29 
.\ug 22 
Nov 16 
Nov 5 
Aug 29 
Dec 21 
Apr '27 



laborer.... May 30 

Mar 15 

Oct 2 

laborer.... Sept 17 

Aug 5 

Jan 26 

May 15 

draymaD. Oct 8 

May 21 

laborer.... Feb 29 
in.'i agent Sep 10 

Oct 10 

carpenter July 17 

Dec 5 

Dec 7 

clerk Apr 15 

bricklay'r Dec 7 
gardener.. June 7 
painter.... Feb27 
cah'tnikr. Mar 31 
teamster. Oct 12 

Nov 30 

bollermkr Apr IS 
e.xp'ssmn Feb 26 

Jan 16 

June 16 

brksmitb June 5 

miner June 19 

Feb 5 

dealer Nov 1 

steward .. Dec 21 

Dec 15 

laborer.... Nov 7 
shoemkr. Aug 3 

Mar 5 

clerk Dec 20 

teamster. Dec 25 
engineer. Mar 1 

June 7 

laborer.... Aug 2 

Dec 4 

laborer.... Aug 11 
stouectr.. .\i)r 23 
Uackman Slur 28 

Dec 27 

laborer.... Mar 4 
shoemkr. Oct 5 
shoemkr. Dec 22 
ralooukpr Sept 12 
teamster.June 24 
mining.. ..Jane 18 

__ Sept 24 

Apr 3 

Dec 8 

Feb -26 

carpenter Jan 19 
seaman... Feb II 
merchant Jan 17 
nillkmun. Sepr o 
seaman... Jun<- 1 

cook Aug 9 

macblD't. Mar 29 
sblpliig m June 9 
June 22 



MORTUARY REPORT. 



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Gallagher John 42 laborer Oct l9 

Gallagher Thos 45 shoenikr.. Feb 13 

GalllKaii Jamei^ 25 sal'nkpr.. Jan 23 

Gardner K(l\var<1...5fi barber JlarJiO 

Gardner J. Wells.ati miller 31ay 4 

Gardiner Jasjr 47 Sept H 

Gartland James.. ..33 bollernikr Jan 2a 

Garvey Patrick 28 grocer Nnv 21 

Garvanos ■\V'm....'.37 June 15 

Gathwat.scyClias.32 Apr!) 

Gay Alfred 66 carpenter Dec 16 

Gelser F (! 45 Auk 1 

Gelsboch Cbas 46 w'gumkr. Auk26 

Geiss Joseph 64 fliar 16 

Genney Peter 70 Auk 22 

Georsl IJenlgno....36 ,.... Nov 3 

Gerrlty Michael ...50 laborer.... I>ec 16 

Geivllle Geo 22 Mar 12 

Gescher Gustave..43 Sept 30 

Getty Vernard 40 clerk Oct 19 

GIbb Simon 40 Nov 4 

Gibbons David 52 laborer Nov 24 

Gibon Paul N 38 tireman... Sept 27 

Gljon John 31 farmer Sept i:t 

Giles Edward 38 policem'n Apr 27 

GlUis Jlurdock 27 Feb 13 

Glllmore J H 49 physician./une 17 

Giovunul C 40 llsherman Dec 28 

Girrard Abbot 42 miner Sept 6 

Glessmoin — 48 miner Sept 17 

Glynn Patrick 45 laborer Feb 17 

Gomez Juan 60 Aug 6 

Gonley James A. ..23 Nov 21 

Gonzales F .58 Jan 13 

Gonzales Julian.. .41 atty Feb 10 

Goodman Louis J 41 Aut; 3 

Gordon F VV 33 , Sept 23 

Gorman Dennis.. ..28 „.. Aug 7 

Gorman John N... 86 Dec 10 

Gorman L 28 July 5 



Getting Chns W...,57 
Gfiunet Alphonsc.36 

Grady John 84 

(Jralium Patrick.. .2;» 

Grant I'eier 33 

Grant Robert H....:50 

Gray Henry M 3M 

Gray V,'m S :» 

Green Henry .50 

Green James 44 

Green William 45 

Greenbaum Jos :io 

Greenway Geo ;i4 

Gregory F P .56 

Greis Leopold 41 

Grellet Eugene J. .44 
Gridley Frederlck..55 

Grimn Frank :« 

GritHn John 33 

GrltHn i'eter J 25 

Grit.sen Jean 48 

Gro» Frank L .55 

Gross Abraham 75 

Grosser Louis 35 

Grunlce (!has .58 

Guerrin C'ornellus..24 

Guillen V 54 

Gulleredge \\m....45 

Gutley Joseph 25 

Gutlmen Indon....54 

Hachberg Louis.. .27 

Hale Chas S 47 

Hale Samuel T 47 

Haley Jatueg F 41 

Hall John 26 

Hall John H D 22 

Hall Wni :« 

Hallowell Oha8K..28 

Halpin John H :« 

Hauler Chas 25 

Hanim Joseph T...5.1 
Hammond (;eo F..22 
Hamri(k Chas H..25 
Hamun I{afmus....30 
Hancock Rlchard,.55 
Hunlon James 0...47 
Uannerniaii N H..42 
Hansen Krasmus..44 

Hansen H J 34 

Hansen I'eier 4!» 

Hanson Clias 29 

Hanson James K .28 
Hard Franklin U..67 

Harder Kmll :« 

Hardick Henry 83 

Uaroksly John 24 



cooper.. 



laborer... 
carpenter 
painter.... 



carrier 

waiter 

merchant 

baker 

paper car 



cashier... 

clerk 

brtdr 

gardener. 



peddler.. 



cook 

laborer .. 



laborer... 
tinsmith.. 



painter.... 
designer.. 

clerk 

attorney., 
laborer 

painter... 

laborer 

m'rhlepol 
slioemkr.. 

lubiirer 

laborer 

laborer 

laborer.... 

machln't. 

cook 

varuiblier 
carpenter 



Nov 6 

Jan 20 

May 15 

Oct 20 

Nov 14 

Apr 21 

Sept 2!) 

July 23 

Julv 9 

Dec 18 

Feb 27 

Feb 8 

Mav 18 

Sept 22 

Sept 12 

June 8 

Dec 8 

Apr 15 

July 26 

Jun 10 

< )ct 9 

. Dec 6 

.June 10 

Feb 1 

Feb 10 

Dec 27 

, Mar 3 

.. Ajjr 20 

Dec 12 

Aug 8 

Feb 3 

Dec 12 

. Sent 1 

Jlav 10 

( )ct 24 

June 25 

May H 

May ;tO 

Mar 1 

Nov 11 

Dec 15 

May r> 

Sept 9 

Dec 9 

J-jne 2 

Sept 25 

Mav 26 

Nov 16 

Oct 31 

Aug 2 

Sept 12 

Mav 24 

Feb 22 

Dec IS 

Aug 15 

Oct 6 



Harony Richard. ...50 laborer <)ct 1 

Harrigan Mlchael..55 laborer.... Jan 20 

Harrington J 41 stonectr... May 27 

Harris Abraham...60 tailor Feb 17 

Harris Geo 24 seaman... Nov21 

Harris Thos 29 Oct 12 

Harris Wesley 64 physician Jan 8 

Harris- 45 July 7 

Hart John 49 miner Feb 24 

Ha.tlcan I'at G....45 carjji'nter Feb 24 

IIartlt;unWm 23 waiter Sept 23 

Harlniniin Wm....36 cari)enter Apr 2 

Hartinc\erS L Xi Feb 24 

IliiriiiiiK Jacob 40 bkpr Ian 9 

Harvey Thos J 29 teamster. Mav 25 

ilaskinsHR 58 Feb 4 

Hasloi) Wm 47 clerk June 19 

Has.Kenfu.ss Jas H.42 slioemkr.. Sept 24 

Has.sett John 25 sashmkr.. Apr 9 

Has.sev E J 30 painter.. ..June :» 

Hastings John F.. 42 Apr 13 

Hasweil Geo C 59 Aug 12 

Hatlield Alfred F.22 Aug 

Hattabough I L...29 Mar 22 

Hattabough AV AS 32 Dec 7 

Hausnmn John 11.60 July 12 

Hau.\ Theodore ...46 machln't. July 14 

Hayes Chas H ou bkpr Jan 17 

Hayes Daniel 40 Aug 28 

Hayes Edward J. .29 laborer.... Nov 29 

Hayncs Patrick....44 Nov 13 

Haywood Wm 70 Mar2.i 

Heaney Denni.s....37 milkman. Oct '20 

Heuni Rd M '27 engine?r. (.let "20 

Hcllerv James 40 Feb 1 

Heln Bernard 44 Feb 6 

Heinrich F 71 June 15 

Ilehiierlg C A 49 grocer Oct 9 

Henckcn Wm H....56 grocer (Xt 15 

Hendry Douglas.. .'28 Sept 28 

Hendry Wm T 37 Nov '20 

Hennessy John. ...39 carrier Ian 14 

Hennig August W.47 machln't. Mar 15 

lleuovun John. 36 carpenter Mar 9 

Henri *as 53 Mar 7 

Henry Alfred K....27 May 15 

Henry Louis M....;<8 Jan 15 

Herman Chas S....52 tailor Nov 7 

Hernandez Emllo.'22 Aug 28 

Hessel Geo .57 Jeweler.... Dec 4 

Hi«gin.s James D..60 carr'gemr Dec fi 

Higgins John 45 laborer June 17 

Hlgglns Wilson 48 longshr'n. May 3 

Hlghel Chrie 79 Feb 14 

Hildrith Rlchard...50 Aug 9 

Hill Geo A 51 miller May 4 

Hlllor Richard M..38 carr'gemr May 22 

Hills John 42 clerk Apr 23 

Hinckley Thos L..'26 Nov 2 

'Hincklev Wm C...67 master m Apr 9 

HoagGeo G 35 Feb 14 

Hobert John 45 laborer Nov 27 

Hoffhian Chas 32 Sept 6 

Hogan .John 40 miner June 15 

Hogau Patrick 38 Oct 3 

Holek I'etor :W carpenter May 6 

Holland ('ornellus.52 laborer Nov 5 

Holland John 88 Mar '28 

Holland Michael.,60 laborer July 13 

HomltcliJohn 75 laborer Dec 21 

Honeill John 60 teamster.. Fi-b 20 

Hopkins (J \V 47 Jan 12 

Hopkins H B T...21 clerk May 15 

Hopkins Sam'l A..31 Oct 28 

Horton Richard... 37 Oct 6 

Hotchkiss TB 50 clerk Tune 16 

Houlahan James.. 36 hotelkpr.. Mar 27 
Houston Wm J. ...36 printer.... .Sept 2 

Howard Frank 45 cook Nov ;:0 

Howe Edgar A 32 attv Nov 19 

Howe (;co L :« Ian 18 

Hubbard Frank H '24 deiitl.st.... Jan 16 

Hubert John G 41 painter.... Oct U 

Hudson Henrv 49 larmer.... Sept 16 

Hudson .lames 42 Aug 7 

Hull Michael 35 lumbrm'n June 2 

Humbert John 62 laborer.... Oct 13 

Humbert John 66 Blar '24 

Hum John Chas... W brtdr Apr 9 

Huut .Michael .57 hiborer.... Mar 17 

Hunt Wni 3;) mach'est. May 26 

Hvnms L 60 Oct 1 

Hvland Lowrence28 May 16 

Hvnian Henry '28 merchant Jan 1 



Ibod Jean 58 

Indulse 8 49 

jngraham VO 33 . 



Nov 22 
Nov 7 
Marl? 



Irvin Brown 74 

Isaqnirre J'ethlo...32 
Ivanhoft" Mlchael.:J8 

Jackson A B 61 

.lackson (Jhas 60 

Jackson Wm (iO 

Jansen H C :J5 

Jansen Jacob 46 

Jarres Geo 63 

.latke John W 44 

Jeirrey Wm :» 

Jenkins Wm P 43 

Jenne Henry 31 

Jen.sen Chris M....54 
Jensen Peter D-...30 

Jessurego F 25 

Jobsou David 61 

Jochamsem N W...52 

Joest Emil "26 

John Peter 50 

Johnson (cord)45 

Johnson Frank H .Zi 

Johnson Henry 40 

Johnson Isaac 63 

Johnson James.. ..50 
Johnson James. ..35 

Johnson J C 52 

Johnson .lohn 35 

Johnson John 40 

Johnson John 55 

Johnson Michael..30 
Johnson Sam N...:53 
Johnson Thos S...44 

Johnson T R 54 

Johnson Wm 32 

Johnston Moses.. .23 

Jones BenJ W 27 

Jones David 43 

Jones Edgar F 34 

Jones Fred F 35 

Jones Geo W "27 

Jones Isaac 55 

Jones James C 48 

Jones Thos.; 40 

Jones Wm J 63 

Jordan John M....:58 

Jorrls tieo Zi 

Jo.selyn .\ndrew...42 

Joseph Frank 27 

Joseph Max 30 

Joseph Simon "23 

Joseph Toby 21 

JovlsFred 37 

.Joyce John C 40 

Joyce Robert 40 

Jugnet Antoine...62 
Jury John 42 

Kafka John 93 

Kaiser K A Si 

Katy Frank '29 

Keuiie Geo 84 

K.urne .lolin :« 

Keefe Patrick 57 

Keene Archlbald..55 
Keevan Edward...43 

Keggs 1) S 53 

Kelhl Frederlck...39 

Keilis Wm 45 

Kellv .lohn 28 

Kelly John P :J7 

Kelly I'eter 45 

Kelly Terrance B.48 

Kelly Thos 52 

Kelly Thos _25 

Kellv Wm 73 

Jvendall Wm A 43 

Kennedy .lames.. .47 

Kennedy Wm .56 

Kenney Edwar<l...4S 
Kernan I'eter 11. ..31 

Kerns James 29 

Kerrigan James.. .31 

KIbbe Henry C 49 

Kibble Thoo C 4-1 

KIdd David 44 

Klllord Wm ;« 

Kimball Geo W 50 

King (;eo ,.35 

King .lames 60 

King James H 85 

Kingman O H 41 

KIpp Joseph S 48 

Klein Francis O... 26 

Klein .Jacob 58 

Kkin JohnA 76 

Klenk F 43 

Klewe Frederick. .67 



Mays 

July 26 

longshr'n Oct IS 

Aug 30 

merchant Aug '28 

cook Apr 2:1 

carpenter July 3 

Dec'25 

Tunc 30 

Aug '25 

Feb 4 

May 16 

Oct 8 

seaman... Feb 8 

^ug5 

Jon 2 

Aug 7 

seaman... Aug '22 

Jan 4 

cook Feb 26 

tidier Jan '28 

octa 

c<J0k Au4t 

Dec 11 

Sept 18 

seaman... Mar '21 
carpenter .Xpr'S 

J.Jy20 

seaman... June 21 
seaman... tl>^ 20 
dishwshr Jan 8 
seaman... May 1 
sawyer.... Mar 16 
merchant Jan II 

Apr 2 

farmer.... Feb 15 

cook July 19 

June 28 

Aug 29 

Ian 7 

Aprs 

carpenter June 19 
painter.... Aug 17 

Nov 4 

shoemkr.. July 6 
leweler... Aug 13 
teamster. Oct 31 
carpenter Aug 30 
laborer.... Moy 16 

clerk Mar 5 

merchant .Ian 23 

Dec 2:1 

Feb 3 

lauudry'n Dec 5 

pedlar Aug '26 

Jan 4 

Aug -26 



physician 
whitener. 



farmer 

storckpr.. 
seaman... 
baker 



laborer... 
stonectr... 
carpenter 

e.xp'sm'n. 
si-uman... 
can)enter 
blacks'h.. 

laborer.... 
min'g sec 
mln'g sec 



fanner 

carpenter 



canvasser 
rancher... 
baker 



Feb 24 

May 44 

Oct 4 

Dec n 

Apr '21 

July 14 

Mar IS 

Jan 13 

Jan 15 

Aug 28 

Mar 3 

Feb 23 

Jan 19 

July 9 

Mars 

Apr 18 

Sept 34 

Mario 

Jan 19 

Feb 15 

Nov 20 

.XarS 

Apr 4 

Jan '27 

Jan 20 

Jon IS 

Marl 

Feb 9 

Apr 14 

Oct 1 

Aug* 

Mar -23 

Feb? 

Nov 14 

iH-t30 

Aug 29 

Apr 8 

Feb 22 

Mar 10 

Oct IS 



84 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Knapp Payuon E.-Sl 

Knappc Cieo 2K 

Koniecon AuKUst..4S 

Korn David 58 

Kohn John 42 

KortB Thou K 45 

Kragen H F 1) 35 

Kroll C'ha« 45 

Kramer Juhn 33 

Kramer I'hillp 32 

KrausgrlM PhlMp..S2 

Krauss Albert 22 

Kremler F 51 

Krescliell F J 32 

Kress Geo. 22 

Krootz August 51 

Kruh Otto 55 

KuhllnsH 50 

KunilsenElluf 29 

Kyle J{obert 47 



laborer.... 
teacher... 

laborer.... 
M^aman... 

cook 

pInnoDikr 
laborer.... 



clerk 

carpenter 
Ins agent. 



bnher... 
miner.. 



tlourp'ker 
carpenter 



Oct 6 
Apr 17 
Feb 23 
Jan 22 
Oct 21 

Aug 9 

Oct 8 
May 10 

.\pr 2 
Sept 26 

Jan 2 
Jan 22 

Oct !» 

Pec 6 
Itec 26 
May 7 
June 2 

Decs 
Mors 
Nov 1 



MfranchI D 24 Sept 17 
Idler Surteus....40 clerk Jan 26 

Lnldley James 56 Dec 10 

Lalne Ypnacio I)...48 Nov 3 

Lallcy Edward 75 Dec 7 

Lamb John A 27 Nov 15 

Lamothe X' L 60 laborer Sept 24 

Lamsden Ale.x 92 May 16 

LaDacaethu rell.\28 clgarmkr. Aug 30 

Landers John H... 22 Jan 2 

Landlns L AV 30 July 10 

Lane Edmund 51 piumbar. Oct 17 

Lane Thomas 50 Jan 28 

Lange .\dolph 57 laborer.... Sept 30 

Lange Henry 40 lireman... July 14 

Lannlgan \Vm 65 'eamster. May 26 

LanyanJohn ..32 butcher... Oct 27 

Lapuchet Bernard35 Aug 31 

Laporte Jean B...52 Mar 16 

LarnnierdI Pterre..52 cook May 6 

I<argarder Ilenrl...26 Sept 8 

Larson Hurvey 31 engineer.. July 29 

Lascouts Honora.55 Feb 8 

Lauzen F E 46 miner Dec 21 

LavaronI John L<..21 gardener.June 25 

Layering Geo 53 miner Nov 17 

Lawler Fred'k A.,28 Jeweler July 22 

LawL'r John 31 laborer Feb 1!) 

Lawrence E J 45 laborer Apr 2 

Lawrence Geo... .40 laborer May 2'J 

Lawrence (ieo 4* July 9 

Lawience IS 47 Feb 15 

Lawrence Thos....45 laborer Aug 28 

Lawrence Wni 2.S laborer.... July 18 

Lawrence 45 July 7 

Laymoire Pierre.. .60 June 15 

Lavurt JIaurtce....S4 Aug 4 

Le Breton Edwd..58 July Ifi 

Le Nouvcl Jules...57 loborer.... Apr 21 
Leadbetter Wm...23 seaman... Job 5 
Leatefield Joseph.57 carpenter Sept 2.3 

Lebean Peter 49 Aug 25 

Lecktal Andrew.. .61 carpenter .\ug 13 

Lecoke Nicholas.. .64 cook Sept 13 

Lee Christian 39 seaman... Feb 7 

Lee M W 63 physlc'n. Mar 3 

Lee Kobert SI 40 atty ,\ug 25 

Leeker Chas 54 tailor June 17 

Lehman Chas II.. .50 butcher... Feb 29 

Lehman Gustave..53 Sept 6 

Lehmknl Herman 41 boxmkr... Apr 1 

Lettrcz Jacob 43 gardener. Jan 27 

Lemmcr Conrad. ..74 Dec 26 

Lenners Edwd U..21 painter... Nov 22 
Lennon Edward. ..65 laborer.... Dec 6 

Leonard M 38 gardener. Sept 1 

Lester A W 3fi Feb 7 

Levy Geo 24 barber .\pr 18 

Levy Jonas 68 May 28 

Lewis Francis 42 laborer Nov 20 

Lewis .<5abln F 53 engineer.. .\ug 31 

Lewis \Vm J 44 Tune 3 

Llbes Louis 24 Dec 24 

Lick James 80 capitalist. Oct 1 

Lincoln Jonas 42 broker Aug 7 

LInil .\ntou 40 June 26 

LInderman J I).. .49 restaura't .\pr:«) 

LInehan Dennis.. .32 laborer Nov 15 

I.luehan James.. ..27 milkman. Oct 12 
Llewelvn Tribor.Sl druggist.. Mav 18 
Lliiyd Joshua D...45 butcher... Dct 9 

Lockwood John. ..71 Apr 21 

Loer Jacob 72 Oct 5 

Loewe Morris Ii...46 merchant July 4 

Lohse Julius 23 farmer Feb 16 

Lombert Max 49 miner Apr 15 

Longpuy Achllle..67 Dec 27 



Long Francois 28 

Lopez Frank 26 

Lopez JoseS 39 

Lovell Aldrlch 50 

Louthan Frank K43 
Lowton John W..46 

Luethe Chas 37 

LIndeman Wm 45 

Lucky Wm F 55 

Lund John 40 

Luttrlnger Anton. 35 

Lutz Jacob 34 

Lynch F E 23 

Lynch John 40 

Lynch Mathcw 47 

Lynch Kobert 22 

Lynch Timothy ...44 

Lynch Wm 51 

Lydon B 32 

L.vons James 82 

Lyons Wm 50 

Lyons Wm„ 23 



Mar 12 

laborer Jan 7 

marblwkr Jan 27 
lumbm'n..June 15 

Apr 5 

milkman. Feb 29 

Nov 12 

cook Sept 10 

clergym'n Oct 21 
longshr'n. Aug 15 
brewer..... Feb 18 

baker Feb 28 

Aug 7 

Sept 24 

Nov 5 

June 2 

Oct 17 

Feb 4 

painter... Dec 16 

Ian 3 

Jan 28 

Sept 29 



teamster. 

clerk 

car|>enter 



waiter . 



Macaulay ,Iohn 48 Sept 15 

Machado F J 32 Sept 2 

Mack John 32 June 10 

MacnronlHII Aug 24 

Mahon John 40 luue 10 

Mahonev Tlmothv29 laborer.... Nov 1 

Mai Herman 51 Iulv24 

Main Patrick 30 laborer.... Mav 10 

Mailland Robert.. .26 Sept 27 

Maldonodo Fldel...35 pedlar Apr 17 

Mallon John 47 merchant Msr I) 

Malone John 45 May ; 

Malone Patrick J..35 paper car Fei ;:i 
Malqueen Slmon...27 laborer.. ..Junv 27 

Mandrou Jacques.SS June 5 

Manning C 43 laborer.... Dec 28 

Mansen Hansen. ..32 saloonkpr Jan 1 

Manson John S....71 .\pr 10 

Marcal Wm 21 waiter Nov 11 

Marcelin German.23 baker .Apr 17 

Marks Louis 4fi Aug 6 

Marsden Geo 25 minstrel* Oct 10 

Marsh Chas .50 Apr 2s 

Marshall Henrv H45 barkpr.... Aug 8 

Mar.\ .\dolph.V E.52 bkpr Apr 24 

Martin David L... 49 .\ug 24 

Martin John R5 Dec 1 

Martin Joseph 26 seaman... Mav 16 

Martin Lutzen 57 Dec 12 

Martin Kobert S...64 boatman.. Feb 2 

Martin Thos 60 Mar 17 

Martinez FrauclB..;{8 jilasterer. Oct 22 

MaskillThos 2.s laborer.... Mar 17 

Mas.sart Frank 21 clerk .Vug 2 

Masse R E Xi carpenter Oct 13 

Mathews O W 36 Oct 21 

Jlattors Peter 46 Apr 21 

Maunberg L 26 laborer.... Nov 22 

Miiurer John M ...46 Dec 21 

Maurunbeck J 56 laborer.... Jan 8 

Ma.wvell ChasA...2S waiter Nov 10 

May ,Ionn A 42 (;a5hler... Jan 25 

Mayerhot'er F V...68 Mav 11 

Moynard L 58 capitalist Dec 2<) 

Mc.Menan Thos...;-(5 laborer.... June 7 
Metier Francis... .3;) laborer.... tebS 
McAllister John.. .35 machln't. Jan 7 

McAuley Ale.x 48 butcher... Mar 3 

McCabe James 24 laborer.... July 14 

McCallum Joseph. 72 machln't. Oct 10 

McCarthy ('has Xi grocer .\pr21 

McCarthy E F 29. atty Julv 21 

McCarthy Eugene %{ laborer.. . Nov 7 

McCarthy J 32 glass bl'r Mar 12 

McCarthy John.... 35 laborei.... Sept 19 

McCarthy Patrick 28 Julv 1 

Mc(;arthy T 80 laborer.... Feb 24 

McClcllau Hugh. ..26 miner Sept T2 

McCllnton Samuel 52 seaman. Mar ;tO 

McCloskey M F....50 lune 8 

McCoin John 46 Julr 29 

McCue Alexander37 laborer.... Oct 21 
McCuskiT Hugh. ..29 Insurance Nov 4 

McDcrmott W B..47 June 9 

.^IcDevitl John 51 hackman. Nov 6 

Mclioimlrl Davld..25 tailor June 30 

McDonald John. ..41 hotelkpr... Feb 2 

.McDonald I'eter... 66 (let 15 

McDonald 8 .T2 carpenter Jan 15 

SIcDonnough J... .511 June 28 

McDonuough J... .63 tailor May II 

McDonough E 48 laborer May 11 

McDonough P 58 mason Feb 4 

McDouglas M 65 master m Apr 12 

McDowell A .'< 55 miner Sept 14 



McDowell Chas.. ..31 butcher... July 8 

McKuchen Hugh..52 June 7 

McFarland Jas 21 porter Nov 25 

McGalnlls M 23 laborer.... Sept 28 

McGaren E 47 laborer Aug 5 

McOttlgan P .55 shoemkr.. Nov 2 

McGeury M 45 June g 

McGlnnlss Fell.x..54 carpenter Feb 18 

Mc(jlnnis Patrick 80 laborer Apr 14 

Mc(?onlgle John ...32 .\pr 4 

McGrath .\ndrew 34 slater May 15 

McGrath Patrlck...V) laborer Sept 6 

McGregor Jamep..22 laborer Feb 18 

McGrevy Hugh. ..35 bartender .\ug 3 

McGrory Michael.24 laborer Nov 21 

McGuek L 38 loborer..... .\ug 4 

McGulrcHugh 68 June 9 

McGulre James .K.60 farmer Apr 25 

McGulre Mlchael.23 ."f ug 1 

McGuire Patrlck..28 brtdr Dec 7 

McHenry Nathan 42 cardrlver Dec 10 

McInernyT 26 Aug 30 

Mcintosh J Jr 46 miner Oct 9 

Mclntosli W B 35 exprsm'n Julv 20 

Mclntyre Chas K.31 hrtdr Sep"t 16 

McKanna liwen. .27 miner .\UK 5 

McKee Wm K 47 real estate Apr 14 

McKUllp John 27 farmer Mar 25 

McKlnney Danlel.39 brewer.... Nov 30 

McLane John 41 Jan 6 

McLaughlin E 36 Aug 18 

McLaughhnThos31 Sept 10 

McLean P 53 Nov 24 

McLelsh Wm 37 Nov 1 

McLeod Thos M...42 tel oper... Mav 21 

McLoughlin M 48 Apr 9 

McPeake B 39. groom Nov 7 

McPhail .\ndrew..55 carpenter Julv 10 
McPherson Dauiel27 seaman... Feb 17 

McXaniara ]• 50 farmer.... .\pr5 

McNeill Whitnev.27 Dec 10 

BlcNevin Joseph.22 Mar 25 

McNulty James.. .47 clerk Aug 9 

McNulty Jotin 30 Jan 4 

McWhite James...34 driver Sept 17 

Mead Wm C 56 saddler.... Aug 12 

Meagher Thos 36 brtdr Dec 4 

Meav .lames 31 Feb 1 

Medosty Chas L...24 Dec 18 

Mehrer Bal/.er 39 Mar 23 

Melonoy Jolin 55 laborer.... Aug 10 

Mendling Julius... 22 saloonkpr Sepi 5 

Mengel John 52 Julv 7 

Merrick Edwin J..53 joiner Aug 1 

Meseroy Geo 51 bkpr. Mar2;i 

Messerle .\ugust...22 waiter.... Nov 20 

Mevelle Jean 36 Feb 24 

Meyer Ch_ 41 gunsmith Mar 25 

Meyer ('has 44 Oct 19 

Meyer E A 36 saloonkpr Dec 21 

Meyer Wm 68 Mav 7 

Michel J F 47 stat'nkpr. Nov"l7 

Jllchcls .\braham.39 mechanic Julv 25 
Mlddlemlss Geo.. ..46 capitalist. Apr 39 

Miles Francis 38 blacks'h.„June 12 

Mill John 49 butcher... Sept 11 

Miller Adam 50 gept 13 

Miller Hermann. ..35 Feb 3 

Miller Hugh 37 turner Oct 21 

Miller James 54 brtdr Aug 25 

Miller James 74 merchant July 2 

Miller John 40 miner fJan 19 

Miller Noble B 25 Aug 22 

Miller Wm 49 exprsm'n Nov 18 

Miller Wm J 46 Dec 7 

Mitchell D J 49 phTglclan Oct 26 

Mitchell Mlchael..69 Aprs 

Mitchell W II 79 miner. Aug 22 

Modeua Joseph. ...34 backman. Sept 8 

MollUtChas 40 steward... Mar4 

Mohr otto 40 teamster. Jan 6 

Molloy James SO .Apr 11 

Monaghan ('has.. .50 laborer.... Dec 21 

Monaghan .Inip J.39 Aug20 

Stonaliau John 45 porter Mar 18 

Mondalni ClzaTe.35 tishermau Oct 27 

Montirdo M 50 laborer.... Feb 28 

Mooney James 48 clerk Sept 4 

Mooney Patr'k F.27 clerk Mar 13 

Moore D W 22 laborer.... Sept 27 

Moore Francis 76 Aug 1 

Moore Geo C 45 miner July 4 

Jloore (ieo W 50 tinsmith. July 28 

.Moore Henry 36 clerk Sept 25 

Moore L M 25 Apr 10 

Moore Michael 37 AprS 

Moran B, 34 cook. Sept 8 

Morel Joseph 38 July 10 



MORTUARY REPORT. 



85 



Morgan John 3"^ 

Morgon John 4- 

Morgan John D ...27 

Wumnrd A 65 

Morris John C 22 

Morris Patrick .'A 

MorrlKon John M..46 
Morrlssy E(lwori]..58 

Morrow Chas 45 

Morton KilgarJ...25 

Morton Henry 36 

Mosenburg Fritz ..29 

Mott Geo 4fi 

Moulton C W 47 

Mounler Geo 76 

Moutariiler A 54 

Moy Eugene ¥ 72 

Moylnel Peter 24 

Mugan Daniel :i7 

Mulgren Felix 53 

Mulholland Geo.. ..41 

Mulllns John 30 

Mulllus AVm 25 

Mulveny Patrick ..33 
Munlock James ...45 
Murphy Anthony.34 
Murphy Jeremlah40 

Murphv John 22 

Murphy Mlchael...3l 
Murray Daniel J..23 
Murray Francis X40 

Naber Peter 41 

Nachtrleb Fred'k..45 

Naers John ..35 

Nagle John 38 

Nave John 51 

Nealy Michael 54 

Nelson Andrew. ..23 

Nelson Antone 4t) 

Nelson Chas 23 

Nelson rrederlck.24 

Neunian Chas 59 

Newberg Moses.. .66 
Newton Arthur.. .28 

Nicholas Chas 22 

NichollB John 42 

Nicolls Patrick 25 

NllesM L 44 

Nisson Frank 58 

Ni.xon AugU 30 

Noce Jean.. 47 

Noel Francis 66 

Nolan James 35 

Nolau Thos 46 

Noltz A...: 4S 

Nordgren Peter.. ..40 

Nork August 52 

Nott Wm J 22 

Nourse Joseph P..52 

Noyse Jloody 55 

Nugent Thos 2.S 

O'Brien James 40 

O'Brien James 48 

O'Brien James 34 

O'Brien J'atrlck ...'}- 
O'Connell]>[ichael50 
O'Connor James. ..22 
O'Connor James.. .45 

O'Connor J 32 

O'Connor J J 36 

O'Connor John 5S 

O'Connor Mlchael.55 
O'Connor Tlmothy44 

O'Connor Wm 35 

O'Farrell Slichoel 60 
O'Flahertv Thos...40 
O'Halloraii Dan'1..30 

O'Hara Unhcrt 24 

O'Lcary Ciiniellus36 
O'Leary Dennis.. .48 

O'Loughlan C 3-5 

OiNcal Patrick 55 

O'Neil Daniel 4% 

O'Neill Dennis 47 

O'Neill James 55 

O'Neill James 4« 

O'Neill James A. ..29 
O'N.III JamcH L...61 
')'Nflli.l.ihri F. ... 21 
O'Neill Michael.. .3:t 
O'Neill Michael 8.32 

O'Neill Patrick .'W 

O'Rourke Wm 48 

O'Shea Tlmothy...45 

Oed.-r Wm M 

Ogle James .58 



engineer.. July 31 
stablekpr Dec 3 
machln't. May 14 

miner Sept 4 

machln't. Oct 15 

Sept 5 

teamster. Dec 4 

Nov 19 

blacks'h.. Apr 13 

FebG 

miner Aug 12 

July 23 

laborer.... Nov 1 
laborer.... Dec 22 

farmer Jan 28 

furniture. Dec 21 

July 31 

ranchm'n Aug 28 
laborer.... Dec 22 
blacks'h .. May 18 
engineer. Mar U 
laborer.... Oct 21 
grainer ... Dec 17 
laborer.... Nov IS 

June 54 

carpenter May (1 

laborer Oct 22 

soapmkr.. Nov 7 
teamster.. Apr 29 

July 17 

carpenter Feb 13 

sal'nkpr... Jan 1 
confec'nr Sept 15 

laborer Aug 11 

seaman. ..June 21 

Jan 20 

plasterer.. Jan 10 

Aug 22 

laborer.... Feb 9 
seaman... Nov 16 
blksmith. Nov 19 
merchant July 9 

Feb 23 

July 29 

scholar.... Nov 27 

clerk Sept 28 

cub'tmkr. Oct 17 
car driver .\pr 30 

farmer June 20 

May 27 

Oct 11 

laborer.... Nov 27 

June 4 

laborer.... Feb 21 

clerk Nov 21 

Dec 27 

laborer.... Oct 31 

Dec 12 

bkpr Sept 8 

stevedore July 26 
shoemkr. May 6 

saloonkpr May 23 
teamster. July 15 

hostler Dec 24 

farmer June 20 

laborer .Nov 3 

teamster. Apr 26 
laborer.... Oct 31 
laborer.... Nov 19 

clerk Feb 4 

gardener. Feb 13 

June 28 

grocer Feb I 

Aug 28 

laborer.... Apr 23 
laborer.... Sept 11 

farmer Dec 25 

engineer.. I>ec 7 
coachm'nJune 26 

Nov 14 

saloon Nov 9 

armorer... .Ian 15 
laborer.... Mar 13 
laborer.... I)ec 29 

July 10 

Jept 5 

June 2 

e.xprsm'n June 6 

Oct 15 

June 19 

attorney.. Oct 3 

laborer Tuly 31 

lalHtrer.... Ni>v 23 
laborer.... Jan 21 
cab'tnikr Dec 16 
grocer Feb 19 



Oglesbv Wm P 23 

Oldham W E 26 

Oilvares Santos... ".51 

Olsen Nelson 28 

Olson Simeon 33 

Orstl Giuseppe 45 

Ort Augu.stus 40 

Osborn Frank 40 

Osborne (>eo .'50 

Osgood Illram P...46 
Oslor Van Vos8....21 

Owens Patrick 63 

Oudin Eugene J U 37 

Page M B 40 

Page Wm 22 

Pahl Sebastian 30 

Painter Geo 45 

Palschke Wm 60 

Palm Edward 49 

Palmer Ailjcrt G...46 

I'ainier James 90 

i'ape .Vugust 32 

Parades Diego 71 

Parco Antonio 52 

Park Wm 59 

Parni'll Patrick 63 

Parton Chas A F..28 

Parutch Frank 25 

Pasgust Paul 32 

Patten Horace K..22 

Peckin David 72 

Pedroja Pletro 28 

Peel Jonathan 37 

Peidien Kd H 29 

Pelgrem Fred 45 

Pelton Oscar 

Pembie Henry 54 

Peuddola Peter 75 

I'enn Joseph H 23 

I'enny N S 43 

Pereira Joseph 57 

Pernat Geo 22 

Perry Henry E 72 

I'e.-icia Stephano...58 

Peter John 42 

Peterson F'rauk...40 

Peterson G 67 

Peterson Martin.. .31 
Peterson Peter. a. .27 

Petis Valentine 48 

Petry Theodore 28 

Pett Richard H.....59 

Phelan I'atrick :» 

I'heian Patrick 29 

Piii-lj.H M LC 21 

I'liillll.s Adam F...71 
Phillips Edward. ...59 

Phillips John 38 

philllp.s M U 22 

Phillips Wm B 32 

picket Thos 33 

Pickney John CC25 

pidaneck Chas 31 

pierce Ignatius (>2 

I'ljier John E 60 

Pipouit ('has J 6.8 

Pi.Nlev Wm 37 

Plennis Michael ...33 

Plidle Mitchel 22 

PocUeck Glovanl..33 
Pomerov Lucius.. .36 

Porter Michael 24 

I'orter Wadsworlh42 
J'otsel Christian... 28 

Prater John B 47 

Prendergast Thos.27 

Preston Wm 40 

J'reviist Joseph K.32 

J'rudhon Ale.x ;« 

Purcell Wrii H 40 

Purcelia Francisco 37 
Purdy John H 72 



Ang» 

Tuly 26 

carpenter .'Vpr29 

miner .\ug 30 

lunib'rmn Dec 2* 

loborer Tan 9 

cook June 23 

teamster.. Mar 13 

farmer Aug 4 

merchant Mar 17 

Jan 23 

Apr 22 

Mar 25 

stsprlnkir May 21 

July 4 

engineer.. Oct 20 

cook Apr 23 

carpenter Julv 29 

Mar 22 

Apr 28 

Jan 8 

tinsmith.. Nov 20 

5Iar8 

July 20 

laborer.... Apr fi 
laborer.. ..June 13 

Mar 11 

musician Julv 24 

Aug 18 

(Jet 26 

Dec 29 

Doc 8 

brtdr Feb 7 

paperh'gr July 15 

soldier Apr 14 

May 27 

bkpr (Jet 5 

Decl 

seaman... Mar 19 

Oct 21 

laborer.... Nov 3 
fruit dlr.. Aug 15 
contractr. .\pr 14 
carpenter Dec 17 

Aug 20 

cook Feb II 

Sept 27 

seaman... Apr 15 

cook Dec 1 

shoemkr.. Jan 13 

July 28 

shlpcrptr Aug 18 
laborer.... Mar 17 
laborer.... Apr 27 
brakemn. Aug 28 

Nov 8 

painter... Mar 4 

Sept 10 

.'Vug 2 

Dec 20 

bricklayer Mar 20 
civil eng.. Dec 25 

Feb 10 

pilot Apr 25 

June 12 

Nov 23 

seaman... Aug 31 

Mar 19 

Jan 26 

laborer.... May 11 

Sept 1 

laborer.... Jan 22 

Apr 6 

(1^8 

miner July 25 

bo.\mkr... Sept 23 

Sept 1 

physician Sept 26 

Oct 11 

carnenter Mar 20 

Sept 4 

)au 25 



(juarturo Reclno..35 miner Feb 24 

(^uigiey Edward. ..26 laborer.... Nov 4 

(.^ulgley Hugh 26 mo.der.... Jlay 26 

tiulliman Peter 36 laborer.... Nov 6 

(.^uinlaii TlioH 26 laborer.... July 25 

guinn Bernard 37 Jan II 

yuinn James 25 laborer.... .\ug 3 

(juinn Jumcs 30 Sept 14 

giiinn James 44 huckster. Dec 27 

cjuinn Ji'remiah...66 Nov 17 

(Juinn John 34 Marl 

yulnn Owen 22 vanrlsh'r Sept 13 

Railford Fred'k 29 whitener. Dec 25 



Rafferty Mlchael..33 

Rntlrcv Martin 25 

Ralph Adam 3« 

Rampwiio Luigi...40 

RuiuMs .\nton 32 

Uandnll Chas P.. ..34 
Ransom JonasC...41 

Jtaplmel Louis 45 

Rauchel Uu6tave..5I 

Ray Robert 71 

Raymond L C 33 

Reagan Thos E 26 

Reardon Dennis.. .3;i 

Rcclnes Joan 47 

Reed Henry R 48 

Reese H 42 

Reid Chas 35 

Rellly Patrick 40 

Relliy Philip 43 

Reinstlne Louis.. .;J5 

Reise John 60 

Rebni Peter N 50 

Reutt-r Geo .02 

Revels Henry :» 

Jteynolds Geo H...48 
Reynolds James.. .52 

RevnoMs N 66 

Bevuolds Wm J.. .75 

Rhoile ('has D 31 

Rhodes Wm H 53 

Rice Horatio N 40 

RiceWni F 21 

Richardson H 47 

Rider John 45 

Riley jMlchael 52 

Rilev Peter ....32 

Ring Dan D 44 

Riordan Simon 51 

Jioach Edward 48 

Robert Jean 41 

Roberts Harrison..59 

Roberts Joseph 'M 

Robinson Chas 44 

Robinson Geo 32 

Robinson I R 55 

Robinson James..53 
Roblufon Jas H...56 
R.^binson R W....49 
Robinson WniT...62 

Itoche Thos 58 

Rodrlgues Frank..36 

Roe Wm 34 

Rogers Uriah 43 

Rokohl Dovin 67 

Uollama G K 42 

Itoller (Jeo 40 

Rollins Samuel K..40 
Rosbacher August24 

Rossi I'letro 31 

Kourke Bernard. ..40 
Rourke .lohn A. ..24 
Howe Frederick. ..51 
Rownan Thos K..3;J 
Rneghen Albert....:« 

Ruempicr Wm 37 

Ruger Clirls 45 

Ruh Frederick 27 

Run.lle Richard T.56 

Rusend Joseph 33 

Rusg Ferdinand.. .67 

Russell Geo H 40 

Rutherford James W 
liutherlord J W...52 

Rvan ('has 42 

Rvon Daniel 39 

Ryan Martin 31 

Ryan Michael B...29 
Ryan Wm 78 

Salwrton John 49 

Sablstin James. 55 

Salmon \ 46 

Samuels H 50 

Sanclie.^ Emllane..2U 

Sanders ( 'hrls 32 

Santon K _ 35 

Satterleo John 60 

Savler Thos A 52 

.Sawyer Franrl.''....W 
Sawyer Henry V..M 
Saverman Henry..40 
.Sconlun .\nlhony..40 

•Schaefer I'eter M 

Schaller Geo F 47 

Schaw Julius 21 

S<liellv Wm 80 

.Schenhardt H 48 

Schick Geo D_ 31 



laborer.... .\ug 25 
gaslRtcr.. I)ec 24 

Sept 4 

miner Sept 20 

capitalist .lune 8 
teamster. Sept 15 
bookkpr... Sept 7 

tailor May 23 

steward... July 8 

Sept 20 

physician May 15 

printer Nov 4 

saloonkpr Nov 13 
laundry 'n Jan 20 

Jan 21 

Jan 12 

flreman... Dec 6 
express'n Nov 29 
laborer.... Mar 28 
peddler... Dec 2 
merchant Feb 15 

June 16 

Dec 17 

...June 20 

merchant Feb 26 

Sept 28 

merchant May 6 
merchant Sept 28 
saloonkpr June 8 

Apr 14 

clerk May I 

May 2 

Jans 

laborer.... Dec 10 

Mor25 

laborer.... May 19 

tailor Feb 9 

merchant Mar 12 
laborer.... Jan 24 

July 14 

Dec 20 

cook .\ug 4 

laborer.... Aug 29 
painter.... Dec 4 
longshr'u Dec 25 

Nov 3 

Nov 22 

Dec 21 

July 16 

Uq dealer Jan 15 

Feb 19 

Mar 29 

blksmltU. May 23 

agent June 6 

longshr'n July 29 

Decs 

shlpcrptr Nov 4 

Dec 19 

A;:g 11. 

May 'IS 

Bhoecut'r. May 29 

May 15 

cooper .Mar 3 

buuher... Feb 2.5 

Ayr 16 

blacks'h.. Nov 3 

Oct '26 

merchant Feb 25 
tisherm'n Jan 29 

luly 6 

real est ag Sept 11 
wood m'n Jan 10 

miller Jan 15 

brtdr Oct 6 

laborer.... Nov 10 

laborer.... Nov 3 

laborer.... Nov 11 

Nov 30 



laborer.... 
laborer..., 
laborer..., 
boker 



luDgshr'n 
cigarmkr. 
atty 



deckhand 
blacks'h.. 



Mar 18 

,Tune 29 

Nov 10 

.'>Iar 14 

Sept 5 

Oct U 

Jan 1 

Jan '20 

Mar '22 

Sept 1 

May 13 

.May 14 

.May 27 

Nov 1 

Mar 31 

Oct 

Jan 31 

Aug 8 

(Ktao 



86 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Schiller AuRust 35 cooper Julv 21 

Schlnkel John 24 Apr 9 

SchllnKloff Ferd ...29 leweler.... June 8 

Schmadfke DH058 cook Nov 28 

SchmMt Geo 42 cook Sept 2!l 

SchnilJt Geo 44 fishemin. Jon 26 

Schmidt John 41 barber Sept 25 

Schmidt Joon 53 Jnn 27 

Schmidt Joseph ...52 stockbrkr Jrly 3 

Schmitt Chan 57 merchant Jan 18 

Schneider Chas -K boarding. Feb 12 

Schnoor Ilenrv L..33 grocer .... Dec 29 

Schober Davis 27 lul.v 30 

Schoener Fred 94 metal rfr. Oct 26 

Schual Peter 42 butcher... Aug 18 

Schuman BenJ 47 merchant Oct 1 

Scott \Vm W M Jan 8 

Scottlnl Agobtlno..28 Jnne 18 

Scully John 56 E>hoemkr.. Mar 17 

Secchl GasperS 54 Aug 8 

Seimers Altiert 34 June 18 

Selvert«-n Ohrlf...30 Jan 11 

SemlcrFi:rdlnand22 Mar 5 

Sence (Jhae 27 cooper Sept 20 

Severing Otto 45 May 30 

Sexton John 45 June 3 

Seybold Hugo 26 cook Nov 21 

Shannon J 40 whitener Nov 28 

Shaw John 43 July 6 

Shea Martin 33 farmer..... May 6 

Shelder Peter 40 May 31 

Shepard John 54 Jan 9 

Sheridan Thos 50 Aug 10 

Sherman Henry. ..32 cook Feb 23 

Sherman Henry.. .38 Feb 12 

Slierman WalteDSl Jan 6 

Sherman Wm 38 Jan 29 

Shine Wm H 22 Dec 2 

Shoen Edward 41 barbar.....June 24 

Siegfried H J 26 clerk May 27 

Sicgwcil Ernest 41 bookkpr... Dec 18 

Sllva John 33 barber Mav 21 

Sllveira Francis A 26 broker Nov 22 

S'mmen Louis 30 (tcl27 

Simons Hiram C..61 Mar 13 

Simons .Michael... 26 .\ng 7 

Simpson J K 26 fanner.... Feb 15 

Sirdeulierg H 41 grocer Jan 16 

Sisco Aaron (>1 steward... .\pr5 

Skellcy PatrUk 47 laborer.... Dec 22 

Slaven Daniel F...i2 carpenter Oct 31 

Slaven James 53 saloonkpr Oct 11 

Small James 40 seaman... Sept 18 

Small John 25 merchant Julv 24 

Smith A 35 laborer.... Oct 13 

Smith Chas 34 July 18 

Smith Chas :J4 seaman... (let 18 

Smith Chas 55 laborer.... Feb 28 

Smith Geo 46 laborer.... Nov 1 

Smith G F 37 musician Sept 17 

smith Henry 48 Feb 10 

Smith Heory 56 longshr'n Mar 2 

Smith Henry B 32 seaman... Nov 1 

Smith James M....35 longshr'n .\ug 22 

Smith John 30 woodsmn May 18 

Smith Joseph 46 laborer.... Mar 1 

Smith Michael C...50 conductor Nov 13 

Smith U F 40 Mar is 

smith Kobert 35 Sept 20 

Smith Wm 28 seaman... Oct 23 

Snell A T 35 Sept 8 

Soniniar Chaf 47 grocer Feb 28 

Solomon David .55 merchant Oct 8 

Sophey Henry 70 cook Nov 29 

Soren Geo S 60 stockbrkr Julv 18 

Sorensen I'eter 28 Sept 7 

Sorvlne Stcplicn...(iO Oct 25 

Soule Wm K 73 Feb 21 

Souihworth A }i..M capitalist. Dec 1 

Spauldlna 1/ H 51 Jan 7 

SUckhouse W K....30 farmer.... Sept 19 

Stackpdle John 45 cook .\ug 9 

Staehle Chas .54 Aug :» 

Statlord Steven 70 July 27 

Stailer Chrli.tlan...47 Dec 22 

Stanford I) E 28 bkpr Feb 23 

Stonlels Horatio A 35 Oct 31 

Stanlev Jerome M 45 poiicemn. Nov 27 

t tannage Philip J 60 Ian 29 
tanton RS 54 Mav 24 

Stelnbofer Phlllp..69 Nov 6 

StelnwayChas 58 Sept 25 

SteTenson Robert. 23 tailor July 18 

Stcver .\ndrew 28 glass culr May 10 



Stewart Austins. .29 

Stewart Henry 31 

Stewart John. 44 

Stewart .Mason K.24 

♦tievanovlch N 61 

Stilfes John 23 

Storm Gustave F..40 
Strickland ("has.. .24 
Strong Edw'ri Y...59 
Sturia I)ominlco...66 

Stuttman H P 35 

Suess Fred'k W...35 

Sullivan Daniel 37 

Sullivan David 30 

Sullivan Dennls....Bl 
Sullivan Kugene..,.35 
Sullivan Eugene F31 

Sullivan John 27 

Sullivan John 50 

Sullivan Mlchnel..41 
Sullivan Patrick.. .90 
Sullivan Patrick H33 

Sullivan TF 20 

Sullivan Wm 39 

Sullivan Wm 43 

.Sullivan 50 

Summeriield S 69 

Suplee A H 55 

Surthan John 40 

Sutt(.n Martin 29 

Swallow Jo.';eph...38 
Sweeney James....47 
Sweenv Edward..65 
Swett Chas N 28 

Taaffe Thos D 14 

Talbot Chas 33 

Talcm Allen 58 

Tate James 40 

Taylor AsherS 69 

Taylor Edward C..38 
Tavlor Emanuel.. .55 

Tavlor Wm H 34 

Teischscherer H...32 

Terglsin Lars 25 

Tesh Henry 31 

Thoman Freil 21 

Thomas Evan S....51 

Thomas Wm 43 

Thompson .\ K 71 

Thompson Ellas....55 

Thompson (^eo 40 

Thompson N .\....27 
Thompson K n_....36 
Thon Christopher.47 

Thornton L 3:1 

Thurmluster Wm.23 

Tletjen Martin 35 

TobiOK Christion....22 

Todd Benjamin 42 

Toner James .38 

Toner Peter 26 

Tooniev Jeremlali 53 
Toonev Richard. ...fiO 
Topham John .I....51 

Towgod Geo W 41 

Tranquivllle N 60 

Transur.\braham46 

Treadwell L L 52 

Trembath John 51 

Tretnptiy Henry. ..49 

Trimtn Clias 47 

Truworthy S 41 

Tucker John W....M 

Tuckin U 41 

Twitchell Thos H.59 



Dec 30 

Nov 7 

laborer.... Mar 31 

laborer Feb 19 

watchmn .\ug 16 

grocer .\ng20 

Oct 15 

calker Ann 5 

painter.... Mar 24 

Mar 22 

painter... Feb 2 

cook Mav 4 

Aug 9 

Aug 9 

bollermkr .\pr 15 

July 30 

plumlK-T. Mar 10 
laborer...- Jan 10 
bollermkr Feb 9 
lalmrer.... Dec 4 
laborer.... Dec 2 
painter... Oct 16 

clerk Dec 29 

sal'nkpr... Mar 2 
laborer.... Feb 11 

July 2 

Sept 5 

Feb 21 

June 12 

Ureman... Aug 6 

Oct 26 

bricklav'r Apr 27 

Mar 29 

June 13 

July 15 

agent Aug 17 

porter .\pr25 

blacks'h.. Mav 10 

Oct 10 

clerk Mar 5 

saloonkpr Nov 20 

Feb 14 

June 15 

laborer.... Mar 15 
butcher... Feb 4 

clerk Dec 27 

June 16 

miner .\pr 30 

atty Aug 31 

.\ug 10 

tailor Feb 1 

Aug 27 

railroad mJun« 30 
carpenter Sept 14 

loborer Dec 17 i 

luly 3 ! 

grocer Dec 20 i 

laborer June 30 ' 

Dec 20 : 

crimper.... Dec 1 j 

laborer Julv 3 i 

clerk Nov 24 i 

laborer .\pr 30 I 

master m Dec 3 \ 

Feb 20 

.■\ug 5 

\pr20 

merchant Feb 12 

\ug 14 

stocks May 2 

seaman.... Feb 7 

June 27 

Jeweler luly 22 

gardener. Sept 24 
carpenter Jan 7 



Vierra Joseph 31 seoman.... f let 21 

Vlllavlcencia L....41 cock .June 12 

Vlnanr-onc A 62 flsherm'u Apr 10 

Vroman Geo S 39 Julv 14 



Uctor Antolne 63 peddler Tan 10 1 

Ukart Ford 32 seaman.... Nov 21 

Ullman Elik :J5 teomster. Mar 13 

Upton BenJ V 35 Mar JO 

Utslieg Louis 31 Feb 4 



Vail E J 67 

Valentl Glovonnl..40 
VanDusenHenrv24 
Van NesR John !f 46 

Van Heed Levi 58 

Van Tassell .\lex..47 

Vaugn Henry 50 

Verde S K S 23 

Vernango GuiBe....45 

Vero Wm 60 

VIdy Gabriel 61 



clergymn Nov 22 

...„ Sept 20 

Dec 16 

Aug 21 

cari)enter Oct 31 

laborer Feb 21 

calker Sept 16 

Aug 5 

lisherm'n Oct 31 
undertakr Nov 8 
Nov 15 



Wabnltz Gustave 45 
WackenfusR Kobt47 

Wade A 1> 77 

Waklroos Johan G25 

Waldeck John 31 

Walker Solomou..77 
Wallace W m M....S0 

Walsh Dennis 46 

Walsh James 33 

Walsh I'nlrlck 40 

Walsh Klchard 26 

Walter Geo F 58 

Walthour D F 46 

Wamslev James....28 

Wurrl FredS 22 

Ward N Thos .55 

Warren .\ugS 45 

Walsh Kobert 64 

Waterman Wm 45 

Watt C J 26 

Way David 38 

Webb Alonzo 28 

Weber J P 26 

Weeks G .38 

Welte Joseph 46 

Wells Wm V 49 

Welsh Michael..... 22 

West Frank 28 

WesthottChas 52 

Wheeler Wm P 5;{ 

Wheelon Edward..65 

Whelau Patrick 78 

Whelokan John 45 

Whipley David H.86 

White A B 75 

White Clius 48 

White EH 44 

White Frank .S 28 

White Hugh 3y 

White James 75 

White John 50 

White John 50 

White Wm 73 

Wnitliig S N 45 

Whitworth Wm...38 

Wllbeck Peter 58 

Wickmun Henry..35 

WIdman .lohn 77 

Widrow .MU ha.l..45 
Wlellncs Chas W..27 

Wiener Adolph 29 

Wilhelui t;eo .M....68 
Wilhelin.son Peter W 

WllksJ.ihu 55 

Williams Fronk....44 
Williams Fred'k....40 
Williams Jeronie..50 
Williams .lohn H..24 

Williams Peter 48 

WUllauis Itol>ert..52 
Williams SumueL.49 
Williams W !•; W..;i3 
W lillamsou Th06..41 

WiUon A K 50 

Wilson John N 62 

Wilson John W....26 

Wilson Thos G 25 

Winslow Edward.52 
Wiseman Bernard 23 

Wolf Joseph 26 

Wdlfe James EJr..31 

Wood E/ra R 58 

Wooden Wm U ...48 
Woodland Geo E ..28 

Woodrull .Ins E 32 

Wright R F 27 

Wynants Peter 65 

W'yune Patrick 28 

Wynkreu Fred 66 

t 

Young Chas 24 

Young Isaac L 38 

Young James C 31 



July 24 

June 17 

Mav 29 

May 26 

Sept 18 

Mar 18 

July 3 

laborer.., Nov 3 

farmer. .Ian 23 

miner .\uk 31 

laborer..... Feb 14 

tailor Dec 26 

laborer ( »ct 28 

laborer July 26 

clerk Dec 17 

barber Jan 16 

carpenter Sept 3 

Dec 10 

musician. Dec 27 

Jnne 18 

.* Mar 11 

Oct 21 

Julyn 

Oct 26 

miner July 31 

June 1 

mbl wk'r. Feb 27 
macblD't. .Sept 17 

June 21 

brtdr Nov 20 

laborer Oct 3 

Jan I 

biacksm'h Oct 11 

:.... Jan 20 

miner Feb 18 

seaman ... Feb 13 

actor .\pr 9 

salesman.June 25 

laborer June 10 

Nov 2 

cari)enter i let 4 
laborer „_ Dec 1 

carver Julv 28 

May .31 

steward . Jan 25 
car'gemkr Nov 21 
loborer ..June 16 

Aug 23 

Ian 10 

machini't Nov 13 

Jan 25 

July 30 

carpenter Julv 5 

Oct 1 

printer ... June S 
seaman „„ Sept 3 

cook .\tig 17 

Nov 20 

laborer ... July 9 

Mar 19 

Mar 27 

atty Feb 9 

laborer Aug 11 

Dec 27 

Dec.7 

seaman.. Mar 22 

laborer Apr 19 

Feb 28 

brtdr Oct 15 

Jan 4 

architect. Nov 17 

Aug 14 

bricklayer Jan 1 

bkpr Oct 20 

.\pr9 

carpenter July 27 

Aug 3 

pointer... Oct 19 
pastor May 4 

laborer Nov 17 

watchmn Sept 17 
clerk Apr 25 



Zenncr Henry P,...38 merchant Feb 17 

Zlegler Joseph 48 shoemkr. Sept 5 

Zlmmermann L...44 musician. Nov 24 
Zolezzi Domenlc...25 Sept 23 



Street Guide. 



A, bet Point Lobos av and 
Bfm First nv W. 

A, South S F bpt Ship and 
B I'm Filth av SW to coun- 
ty line. 

Ada Court, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm O'Far- 
rell N. 

Adam, B H.Glft Mop No 3 

Adainii, bet Scott and De- 
vi eadero fm Tylev to 
Turk. 

Adelaide Place, bet 
Geary and Post fm Taylor 
W. 

Adela, B H.Glft Map No 4 

Adele Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Jackson 
N- 

Adler (formerly Pupont 
alley) fm Dupont t to 
Montcoiiiery av 

Alabama, bet Columbia 
and Harrison fm Twenty- 
first S to Serpentine av 

Alameda, bet Merrlniac 
and Kl Dorado fm the bay 
AV to South and fm Eighth 
to Harrison. 

Alamo Square, bet 
Stott and Stelner, Haj-es 
and Fulton. 

Alaska, bet Water Front 
and Mexico fm Water 
Front S to India. 

Alcatraz Square, bet 
.leR'ertion and N Point, 
Franklin and tlouph. 

Alfa, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fni Sans-onie W. 

Alemany Avenue, bet 
Dolores and f'hurch fm 
Seventeenth to Church 
lane. 

Alirer Place, bet Harrl- 
lioii and I5r^aIlt fin Firtit K 

Alice AlIc.T. bet Taylor 
and Junes N from Post to 
Lewlti 

Allen, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Hvde W. 

Alleu, B H. 

AlllMon Avenue, San 
Ml^,'uel, W Kiid Map No 1. 

Alia Plaza, bet Scott and 
Stelner, .lackson and Clay. 

Amador, bet Isiais arid 
Calaveras fm the bay to 
Flr8t av. 

Amazon, Excelsior H 
.\8Pn. 

Amherst, University U 
Assn. 

Anderson, B H. 

Andrew, hot Fifth and 
Sixth fm FolHoni N. 

Anken.v Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Buhh fm Powell E. 

Anna, bet Powell and Ma- 
son fm Eddy N. 

Annie, bet New Mont- 
Komcrv and Third fm Mar- 
ket to Mission. 

Anthony, bee New An- 
thony. 



Antonio, bet EUIb and 
U'Farrell fm Jones W. 

Arayo. Belle Koche City. 

Arch, City Land Assn. 

Arizona, bet Colorado 
and Iiiaho fra Water Front 
S to India. 

Arkansas, bet ConnecU- 
cut and Wisconsin fm Cen- 
ter S to Tulare. 

Arlington, Falrmount 
Tract. 

Arm:*', bet Twenty-sixth 
and Twentv-seventh fm 
Old San Jos6 Road W to 
Bellevue. 

Ash, bet Fulton and McAl- 
lister fm Larkln to Fill- 
more. 

Ashburton Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Dupont 
E. 

Ashbury, bet Masonic av 
and Clayton S fm Fulton. 

Athens, Excelsior H Assn 

Auburn, bet Alason and 
Tavlor Im Jackson to Pa- 
ct lie. 

Augu.«t Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fni Green N. 

Augusta, South S F, S of 
Helena fm Silver av W to 
York. 

Austin, bet Pine and Bush 
fm Larkln to Octovia. 

Aztec, B H. 

B, bet A and C fm First av 
W. 

B, South S F, from Third av 
SW to county line. 

Bache, H 11. 

Bacon, University H Assn 

Bagley Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
O'Farrell N. 

Baker, bet Broderlck and 
Lyon fm IIali.'lif to Lewis. 

BaldMin Court, bet 
Fremont and First fm Fol- 
som NE. 

Ballance, bet Sansome 
and Montf-'omery fm Jack- 
son to Gold. 

Banks. B H. 

Bannam PIttce, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Grei'U to Union. 

Bartlett, Falrmount 
Tract. 

Bartlett Alley, bet 
Kearny ami Dupont fm 
Jackson to Pacific. 

Bartlett. bet Valeuclaand 
Jllssion fm Twentv-sec- 
ond S to Serpentine av. 

Bartol. bet Sansome and 
Montironnry liii VallejoS. 

Batter.v, bi't Front and 
Sansome fm Market to 
Loml)ard 
Strfft. E. tide. 

Market and BuKh 2 

Pine ino 

CBllfornla 200 

HoUetk 



Sacramento 300 

Commercial 

Clay 400 

Merchant , 

Washington 500 

Oregon 

Jackson 600 

Pacific 700 

Chambers 

Broadway 800 

Vullejo 900 

Green 1000 

Commerce 

Union 1100 

Dock 

Filbert 1200 

Greenwich 1300 

Lombard 

Bauer, Academy Tract. 
Ba.v, bet Francisco and N 
Point fm Kearny to Pre- 
sidio Reservation. 
Ba.v "View Place, bet 
Jones anil Leavenworth 
fm Union N. 
Beach, bet N Point and 
.leflferson fm Dupont to 
Presidio Reservation. 
Beacon, Falrmount Tract 
Beale, bet Main and Fre- 
mont fm Market SE to the 
bav 
Street. W. side. 

Morket 2 

Mission 100 

Howard 2U0 

Folsom 300 

Harrison 400 

Bryant 500 

Brannan 

Beale Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm 
Jlaiil W. 
Beaver, bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth fm Noe W to 
Castro. 
Bedford Place, bet 
Stoikton and I'owell fm 
Jackson N. 
Beideman, bet Devlsa- 
(lero and Scott fm Ellis to 
O'Farrell. 
Bel lair Place, Itet Du- 
jiont and Stockton fm 
Chestnut to Francisco 
Bclden, bet Montgomery 
Hn<t Kearnv fm Bush to 
Pin.'. 
Bellevue. W of Ellen fm 

Elizatieth to Thirtu'th 
Bellevue Avenue, W 

End H Assn. 
Benton Avenue, B H. 
B\>mls, FalrmoMiit Tract. 
Bepler. San .Miguel, W 

End Map No 2. 
Berlin, University H 

Assn. 
Bernadotte, bet I»lalB 
and Schneider fm Islalg 
Creek channel NE to Sixth 
av. 
Bernal, B H. 
Bernal Avenue, R U, 
Gift Map No 4. 



Bernard, bet Pacific and 

Broadwav fm Taylor to 
Leaven^'orth 

Berr.v, bet King and Chan- 
nel SW fm Second to 
Eighth. 
Street. N. side. 

Second 2 

Hammond place 

Third 100 

Madden 

Haggin 

Tevis 

Dewey 

Fourth 200 

Fifth 300 

Sixth 400 

Seventh ^ 500 

Eighth V 

Berry , bet Sutter and Bush 
fm Dupont E. 

Birch, l>i t Grove and Ful- 
ton tm Lnrkin W. 

Bismarck, .San Miguel, 
W End fliap No 2. 

Blossom , fm Valencia to 
Guerrero bet Quinn and 
Fourteenth. 

Bluxome, bet Brannan 
and Townsend fm First 
SW. 
Street. N. side. 

Flret... ) 

Second > Not opened. 

Third J - 

Fourth 2 

Fifth 100 

Bourdnian Place, bet 
Sixth and Seventh fm 
Brannan NW. 

Boise, B H. 

Bond. l>et Eleventh and 
Twelfth fm Mission to 
Glen Park av. 

Boston Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm First 
E. 

Bourbon, bet Preclta 
f^reek and Norman fm (ir- 
leans NE. 

Bourne, B H, Gift Map 
No 4. 

Bowdoin, University II 
Assn. 

Bower Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
(Jreen S. 

Bowie Avenue, l>et 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Tenth to Eleventh. 

Bowles Place, N s 
Howard bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth. 

Bo.tce, iH-t Cook and Wil- 
liamson fm Point Lobos 
av N. 

Boyd, bet Harrison and 
Brvant, Seventh and 
Eighth, and E ami W »lde» 
Chesley. 

Bradford, B il. 

Brad.i, b-t I'ottrr and 
Hermann fm Market 8E to 

MlSRloD, 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Brsd.T Place, lietGrnen 

ami Union I'm Lnrkln K 
Brannnn.bet liryant and 
Town8enii SW fui Boole to 
Potrero av. 
Street. iV. side. 

Bcale "2 

Fremont 100 

First 200 

Second 300 

Stontord 

Central place 

Thompson avenue 

Third 400 

Kltch 

Zoe 

Fourth 500 

Fltth 600 

Sixth* 700 

Clinton 

Geneva 

Boardman place 

Brannan place 

Gilbert 

Seventh 800 

Downey 

Decatur 

Eighth 900 

Ninth 1000 

Doro 

Tenth 

Brannan Place, bet 
Sixth and Seventh fm 
Brannan SE. 
Brazil A>'enae, Excel- 
sior n Assn. 
Bronliani Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Clav to \Va.«hlngtou. 
Brcwxter, B H. 
Bright, Clb- I-and Assn. 
Bro»«l, It AH Absd. 
Broadwnj, bet Pacific 
aud.ValleJoWlto Davis. 
Street. -tV. tide. 

Davlg ; 3 

Front 100 

Battery 200 

Sansome 300 

Ohio 

Barfol 

Montgomery 400 

Rowland olley 

Kearny 500 

Plnkuey 

MontKomery avenue 

Dupont 600 

Pacific alley 

Duncan court 

Stockton 700 

Morey alley 

VlrKlnlo place 

Powell 800 

Scott place 

Mason 900 

Salmon 

Illmmclman place 

Taylor 1000 

Sweet 

Florence 

Jones 1100 

Leoven worth 1200 

Morse place 

Hyde 1300 

Morrell place 

Larkln 1400 

Polk 1500 

Van Ness avenue 1600 

Franklin 1700 

(;out;h ISOO 

(tctuvia liXX) 

LoKiina 2000 

I'-iRtianan 2100 

^.■bster ,...•2:100 

Fillmore 2300 

Steluer 2400 

J'lerce 2500 

Scott 2(»0 

Devlsadero 2700 

Broderlclt. 2S00 

Baker 2U00 

Lyon._ 3000 

Central avenue 3100 

Walnut 3200 

Laurel 3300 

Locust 3400 

Spruce .'BOO 

>laple 3600 



Cherry. 3700 

First avenue 

Broderlck, bet Dcvlsa- 
adero and Baker fm Waller 
to Lewis. 

Brookl:»n Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
N of Sacramento S. 

Brooks, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Market to 
Geory. 

Brosnan, bet KIdley and 
Fourteenth (m Valencia 
to Guerrero. 

Brown'M Alley, bet 
Hvde and Larkln fm Mc- 
Allister N. 

Brown'M Alley, bet 
Kearny and Dupont mi 
Bush to IMnc. 

Brunswick, W End H 
Assn. 

Bryant, bet Harrison and 
Brannan SW I'm Spear to 
Eleventh. 
Street, A\ side. 

Spear 2 

Johnston 

Main' 100 

Beale 200 

Fremont 

First 300 

Ecker 

Japan 

EIncon place 

Stanley place 

Second : 400 

("entrol place 

Third 500 

Rltch 

Zoe 

Fourth 600 700 

Filth 700 800 

Oak Grove avenue 

Park avenue 

Sixth 900 

Clinton 

Boardman place 

Gilbert 

Garden 

Seventh 900 1000 

Dora 

Downey 

White place 

Kate place 

Decatur 

Eighth 1100 

Bryant avenue 

Ninth 1200 

Dore 

Tenth 

Bryant Avenue, bet 
York and (Columbia fm 
Twenty-llrst S to Serpen- 
tine av. 

Bryant Avenue, bet 
Eighth and Ninth Im Bry- 
ant NW. 

Bryant Place, bet San- 
.sonie and Montgomery fm 
Bush N. 

Buchanan, bet Laguna 
and SVebster N fm Market 
to Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Market 2 

Kate 100 

Waller 20O 

Halght 300 

liosc 

Page 400 

Lily 

Oak 500 

Hickory 

F'.ll 600 

Linden 

Haves. 700 

Ivy 

(irove 800 

Birch 

Fulton 800 

Ash 

Mc.Ullster 1000 

Locust 

Tyler UOO 

Elm avenue 

Turk. 1200 

Lauiel avenue 



Eddy 1300 

Willow avenue 

Ellis 1400 

Olive avenue 

O'Farrell 1.500 

Geary IBOO 

I'ost 1700 

Sutter IsoO 

Bush lilOO 

Pine 2000 

California 2100 

Sacramento 2200 

Clay J:W) 

Washington 2400 

Jackson 2.'j00 

Pacific 2600 

Broadway 2700 

Vallejo 2'500 

Cireen 2<(00 

Union ;{000 

Filbert 3100 

Pl.xley 

Greenwich 3200 

Moulton 

Lombard 3300 

Chestnut 

Lobos Square 

Bay 3400 

North Point 3.500 

Beach 3600 

Jelterson 3700 

T<in<iuln 380O 

LewiK 

Buchanan Alley, bet 

Fir.it and Second fm How- 
ard to Tehama 
Bueua VlNta, B H. 
Bnena Vista Park, 

bet Utah and Vermont, 

Napa and Shasta. 
Burcliaiu Place, bet 

Tyler and Turk fm Leav- 
enworth W. 
Burgoyne Place, bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 

fni Pacific S. 
Biirrilt, bet Stockton and 

Powell Im Bush S. 
Burrows, University H 

A ssn. 
Bush, bet Sutter and Pine 

W im Market to Central av 

Street. iV. side. 

Market ond Front 2 

Battery 100 

Sansome 200 

Bryant place 

Montgomery 300 

Trnilty 

Uuss alley 

Belden 

KeariT>- 400 

Brown's alley 

Clara lane 

Marv lane 

Dupont 500 

Chnthani ploce 

Stockton 60O 

Burrltt 

Munrue 

Chelsea place 

Powell 700 

Mason 800 

Taylor flOO 

Jones. 1000 

Leavenworth UOO 

H.vde ^ 1200 

Larkin 1300 

Polk 14U0 

Van Ness avenue 1500 

Franklin 1600 

Gough 1700 

Octavia ISOO 

Laguna 1900 

Buchanan 2000 

Webster 2100 

Fillmore 2200 

Slelner 2300 

Pierce 2400 

Scott 2500 

Devlsadero 2600 

Broderlck 2700 

Baker 280(i 

Lyon 2900 

Cemetery avenue 

Central avenue 



Bush-Bt Place, bet 

Powell and Mason fm 

Bush N. 
Butler, B H. 
Butlcbet Solano and Napa 
' fni the bay W to Harrison 
ByiuBlon. bet Ellis and 

O'Furrell fm Webster to 

Stelner. 
Byrne, B H. Gift Map No4 
Byron, li H. 
Byron, .San Miguel, W 

Kml iMaj) No 2. 
«', South S F, Ini Front »▼ 

SW to county line. 
V, bet B and D fm First av 

West 
Cabot, B H. 
Cafiell Alley, bet Dn- 

pont and Stockton fm 

Union N. 
Calaveras, bet Amador 

ami Mendocino fm the bay 

W to First av. 
Calhoun, bet Sansome 

and Montgomery fm Green 

to Alta. 
California, bet Pine and 

Sacramento W fm Market 

Street. N. side. 

Market and Drumm 2 

Davis 100 

Front 200 

Battery 300 

Sansome 400 

Leldesdortl.. 

Montgomery 500 

Spring 

Webb 

Kearny 600 

St Mary's place 

Oulncy 

Dupont 700 

William place 

Sclina iilacc 

Stockton 800 

Pratt place 

Prospect place 

Miles court 

Powell 900 

Gustavus 

Mason 1000 

Cushman 

Tavlor 1100 

Jones 12U0 

Leavenworth 1900 

Helen 

Jacoby 

Hyde 1400 

Larkln 1500 

Polk 1600 

Van Ness avenue 1700 

Franklin 1800 

Gough 1900 

Octavia 2000 

Laguna 2100 

Buchanan 2200 

Webster 2300 

Middle 

Fillmore 2400 

.Stelner 2500 

Pierce 2600 

Scott 2700 

Devlsadero 2800 

Broderlck 2900 

Baker 3000 

Lyon 3100 

Central avenue 3200 

Laurel Hill Cemetery.... 

Walnut 3300 

Laurel 3400 

Locust ,3800 

Spruce 3600 

Maple 3700 

Cherry 3800 

First avenue 

California Avenue, 

BH. 
Cambridge, University 

H Assn. 
Camp, bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth fm Guerrero 
E. 
4'ami»bell, bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth fm Dolo- 
res E. 
Capitol, B K H Assn. 



STREET GUIDE. 



89 



Cs|>l>< bpt Sllssion and 

Howard fin Sixteenth S to 

Serpoiit.ne av. 
tit reel. W.side. 

Fifteenth 'i 

Sixteenth 100 

Seventeenth 200 

KlKliteenth 300 

Nineteenth 400 

Twentieth 500 

Tweutv-iirst 600 

Twent\ -second 700 

Twentv-third 800 

Twenlv-luurth SXW 

Twentv-llfth.. 1000 

Twenty-sixth 1100 

Serpentine avenue 

Card Alley, bet Vallejo 
and Green fm Stockton W. 

Carl, bet Frederick and 
Sullivan fm Clayton \V. 

Carlus Place, bet I'ow- 
eli and .llasou fm OTurrell 
S. 

Carolina, l»5t ■Wisconsin 
and De Uaro fm ElKhth S 
to Napoleon. 

Caroline, bet Sixth and 
Seventh im Folsom SE. 

Caroline Plaee, bet 
Jackson and Pacific fm 
Powell E. 

Carter, Vifitaclon Vallev. 

Carver, B H. 

Case, B U, Gilt Map No 4. 

Castro, bet Noc and Dia- 
mond ira Ridley S 

t'ayuga Avenne, San 
MiKuel, \V End Map No 1. 

Cedar, bet Davis and 
Front fm Clay to Wash- 
InKtoD. 

Cedar Avenue, bet 
Geary and Post fm Larklu 
to Laguna. 

Cedar I<a«ne, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Mission to Valencia* 

Cemetery Avenue, bet 
Lyon and Central av fm 
Bush S to Centnii av. 

Center, bet El Dorado and 
Santa Clara fin the bay \V 
to Harrison. 

Central, City Land Aasn 

Central Avenue, bet 
Lyon and Wainut fm 
Geary N to Presidio Reser- 
vation. 

Central Plaee, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Pine S. 

Central Place, bet Sec- 
ond and Third fm Bryant 
to Brnnnan. 

ChaniberH. bet Pacific 
and Broadway tm Davis to 
Battery. 

CliauiberH Alley, bet 
Powell and Muson fm 
Greenwich to Lombard. 

<1iannel, bet Berry and 
Hooper S\V fm the bay to 
Eighth. 

Channel, R U, Gilt Map 
No 4. 

Charity, D H, Gill Map 
No 4. 

ChnrIeM,Falnnount Tract 

Charlen Plac^,bet First 
and Second fm Harrixon to 
Essex pi. 

Cha«M>, B H, Gift Mop No 4. 

Chase, bet Williamson and 
-MerrlUeld fm J'olnt Lobos 
av N. 

thathani Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Bush N. 

CliattanooBra, bet Dolo- 
res and (Jhurch fni Twen- 
ty-first S to Twenty-fourth 

Chelsea Plaee, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Bush S. 

C h e u e r y, FslrmouDt 
Tract. 



Chepultepec, B H. 

Cherry, bet Maple and 

First av fm California N. 
CherubuMCO, B H. 

Chenley, b^'l Seventh and 

Klvhth I'm Harrison SE. 
<'liestnut, bet Lombard 

ond Francisco W fm San- 

eoine to Presidio Reserva- 
tion. 
Street. iV. side. 

Sansome 2 

Montuomcry 100 

Webster 

Kearnv 200 

Dupont 300 

Beliair place 

Stockton 400 

Chestnut alley 

Powell 500 

Mason COO 

MoiitKomery avenue 

Tavlor 700 

Jones 800 

Leavenworth 900 

Hvde 1000 

Laikin 1100 

Polk 1200 

Vau Ness avenue 1300 

Franklin .• 1400 

Gough 1.500 

tictavia 1600 

Laguna 1700 

Lobos Square 

Buchanan 1800 

Webster lUOO 

Fillmore 2000 

Stelner 2100 

Pierce 2200 

Scott 2;<00 

Devlsadero 2400 

Broderick. 2.500 

Baker 2ti00 

Presidio Reservation 

«liestnut Alley, bet 

Stockton and Powell Im 

Chestnut N. 
(Iiina, NW n Dry Dock 

Basin to Water Bront. 
China Avenue, Excel- 

Bior H Aesn. 
Church, bet Dolores and 

Sanchez fm Ridley S to 

Thirtieth. 
Church I.ane, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth im 

Dolores W to Church. 
Church Place, bet 

Greenwich and Lombard 

Im Dupont W. 
City Hall Avenue, fm 

Market oi>p Eighth to Park 

av. 
Clitra (Clary) bet Folsoni 

and Harrison tm RUch to 

Sixth. 
•Street. JS'. side. 

nitch 2 

Fourth 100 

Hulbert Alley 

Fifth 200 

Clara Avenue, W of 

DoukIoss fm Eighteenth N 
Clara Lane, bet Ki>arny 

and Dupont fm Sutter to 

Bush. 
Clarence Place, bet 

Second and Third fm 

TowMsend NW. 
Clark, bet .larkson and 

Pacltic fm Drumm to 

Front. 
Clay, bet Sacramento and 

Washini^loii W fm Ea.it. 
•Street. A', side. 

East 2 

Drumm 100 

Davis 200 

Cedur 

Front 300 

Battery 400 

.Sansonie 500 

Leldesdorff 

MontKomery 600 

Kearny 700 

PurtKmoutb Square 

Brenham place 

Dupont 800 



Waverly place 

Spofiord 

Stockton 000 

Clay alley 

Prospect place 

I'owell 1000 

Fremont court 

Wetmore place • 

Tay 

Mason 1100 

Verba Buena 

Tavlor 1200 

Jones 1300 

Priest 

Jleed 

Leavenworth 1400 

Hyde __.1.500 

Torrens court 

Larkin 1600 

Polk 170(1 

Van Ness avenue 1800 

Franklin 11)00 

Gough 

Lafayette Park 

Laguna 2200 

Buchanan jt 230<i 

Webster 2400 

Fillmore 2500 

Stelner 2600 

Alta Plaza 

Pierce 2700 

Scott t J. 2800 

Devlsadero f 2')00 

Broderick 300O 

Baker 3100 

Lyon 3200 

Central avenue 3300 

Walnut 3400 

Laurel 3.500 

Locust Siaxi 

Spruce 3700 

Mtiple asOO 

Cherry 3900 

First avenue 

Clay Avenue, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Clay N. 
Clayton, bet .\shbury and 

Cole S fra Fulton. 
Cleaveland, bet Folsoni 
and Harrison fm Seventh 
to Columbia S<iuure. 
< lenient, bet California 
and Point Lobos ov fm 
First av W. 
Clement Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Green S. 
Clementina, bet How- 
ard and FolBom fm First 
SW. 
Street. JV.slde. 

First 2 

Ecker 

Second 100 

Third 200 

Fourth 300 

Fifth 400 

Andrew 

Sixth 500 

Sumner OOO 

Eighth 70O 

Clinton, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fin Bryant to SE 
of Brannun. 

Cll|>l>er, bet Twenty-flfth 
and Twenty-sixth Ini Uld 
San Jose Road W to Doug- 
lass 

CoflMian Place, bet 
Powell and .Mason fm 
Washington S. 

Cohen Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde tm Ki- 
lls S. 

<°ole, W of Clayton S fm 
Fulton to Carl. 

Collegre, Lnlverslty H 
Assn. 

t'ollCKC Place, bet Lar- 
kin and Polk fm Hayes N. 

Collins, bet Wood and 
Ferrle fm Polnl Lobos av 
X. 

Colorado, bet Mexico 
and Arizona Im Water 
Front S to Didla 



Colton, E s Brady bet 

Market and Mission 
Columbia, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth fm 
Valencia W. 
Columbia, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Folsom to 
ilarrisoti 
<°oIumbia, bet Florida 
and Harrison fm Mission 
Creek S to Twenty-first, 
thence E to Florida, 
thence S to Serpentine av. 
Columbia Mi|uare, bet 
Folsom and Harrison, 
Sherman and Columbia 
Colusa, bet Yolo and 
Marin fm the bay W to 
Nebraska 
Commerce, bet Green 
and Union fm the bay to 
Battery 
Commercial, bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay fm East 
to Dupont 
•Street. jV. side. 

East 2 

Drumm 100 

Davis 200 

Front 300 

Battery 400 

Sausome 500 

Leldisdorfl". 

Montgomery 600 

Kearny 700 

Dupont 

Connecticut, bet Mis- 
souri and Arkansas fm 
Center S to Tulare. 

Converse, bet Eighth 
and Ninth liri Bryant S. 

<'ook, bet Ferrle and 
Bovce fm Point Lobos av 
N." 

Cooper's Alley, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Jackson S. 

Cortex, B H. 

Cortland Avenue, B 
H. 

Cottage Place, bet 
Geary and I'ost fm Jones 
E. 

Cottaice Place, bet Clay 
and \\ ashington fm Tay- 
lor W. 

Cotter, .\cademy Tract. 

<reek l.ane, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth fm 
Howard to Folsom 

Crescent Avenue, B H 

«'roeUer, S s Stevenson 
bet Brady and Hermann. 

4'roke, Academy Tract. 

(rook, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Townsend 
NW. 

Cross, San Miguel, WEnd 
Map No 1. 

Cushman, bet Mason 
and Taylor fm California 
to Sacramento. 

Custom House Place, 
bet llattery and Sansonie 
fm Washington to Jack- 
son. 

D. tM;t C and Golden Gate 
PaTk fm First av west. 

I>, S'.uth S F. I'm Water 
Front SW toVountv line. 

Uakotah. tm Water 
Front .■< to India. 

Dale Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm Ty- 
ler S. 

Dame, Fulriuount Tract. 

Dartmouth, University 
H Assn. 

Davis, bet Drumm and 
Front N fm Market to 
Vallejo. 

•Street, A*, tide. 

Market and Pine 2 

California lOO 

.>»acrameuto 200 

CommerclaL 

CItt.v 800 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



WftKhlngton 400 

(ircKon 

Jackson 500 

Clark 

Pacific eOO 

Chambers 

Broadway 700 

Senator 

Vallelo 

Dny, bet Twentv-nlnth 
and Thirtieth fm Old San 
Jof6 Road \V to BcUeviie. 
De Boom, bet Bryant 
and Brannan fm Second 
NE. 
I>«Haro,bet Carolina and 
RhcKle Inland fm KIghth 8 
to Predta Creek. 
DeKalb, B U. 
Decntur, B H. 
Decatur, bet Seventh 
and Klyhth fm Bryant to 
Brannan. 
Delaware, University 

II Assn. 
Delaware, bet Massa- 
chusetts and Maryland fra 
Solano S to First av 
Delaware Arenue, 

City Land Assn. 
Delaware Avenue, 
Snn Jliguel, M' Knd Map 
No. 1. 
Delaware Court, N s 
Sutter bet Powell and Ma- 
son, rear 514-518 Sutter 
Delgado Place, bet 
Green and Union fm 
Hyde E. 
Devisadero, bet Scott 
and Broderick N fm Rid- 
ley to Lewis. 
Afreet. E. tide. 

Bidley 2 

Waller.. 100 

Halght 200 

Pase 300 

Oak 400 

Fell 500 

Hayes fiOO 

Grove 700 

Fulton 800 

McAllister fXX) 

Tvlar 1000 

Turk 1100 

Eddv 1200 

Ellis 1300 

O'FarrcU 1400 

Gearv 1.500 

Post 1600 

Sutter 1700 

Bush 1800 

Pine IHOO 

California 2000 

Sacramento 2100 

Clav 2200 

Washington 2300 

Jack.son „...2400 

Paclflc 2500 

Broad WBV 2000 

Vallejo Z?00 

Green 2800 

Union 2900 

FlltH>rt :«)00 

Greenwich 3100 

Lombard 3200 

Chestnut 3300 

Francisco .^8400 

Bav T.3500 

North Point, .3600 

Bench „. 3700 

Jetrerson 380ii 

Tonquln 3900 

Lewis 

Dewe.v, bet Third and 

Fourth fin King to Berry. 

Dexter, bet S(>ear and 

Main ini llowanl S. 
Diamond, bet Cantroand 
IiouwUihS fm Seventeenth 
S to Thirtieth. 
Diamond, Visltaclon val- 

lev. 
DieUinnoa, B U. Gift 

Map No 4. 
Dikeman Place, bet 
Ellis and U'Forrell fm Ma- 
son W. 



Dock, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Battery E. 
Dock. South S F, bet Tevls 
and Ship fm FItth av SW 
to county line. 
Dod^e, bet llvde and 

Larkln fm Turk S. 
Dolorei»,bet Guerrero and 
Church fm Markets to Old 
San'Jos<? Road. 
Street. W. sUle. 

Market 2 

Fourteenth 100 

Fifteenth 200 

Wells avenue 

Sixteenth 300 

Church lane 

Campbell 

Seventeenth 400 

Railway avenue 

Borland 

Eiehteenth 500 

Nineteenth 600 

Columbia 

Twentieth 700 

Liberty. • 

Twenty-first 800 

Twentv-second 900 

Twentv-thlrd 1000 

Twenty-fourth 1 100 

.Terse v 

Twenty-fifth 1200 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1303 

Armv 

Twenty-seventh 1400 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1500 

Valley 

Twenty-ulnth 1600 

Day 

Thirtieth 

Dora, bet Seventn and 
Eighth fm Folsom to Bry- 
ant. 
Dore, bet Ninth and 
Tenth fm Harrison to 
Brannan. 
Dore Alle:»', bet Powell 
and Mnson fm Jackson S. 
Dorland, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth liu 
E of Dolores W to San- 
chez. 
Dou^IaNS, bet Diamond 
and Ellon fm Seventeenth 
S to Thirtieth. 
Dow Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Second 
SW to Hawthorne. 
Dowue.'» ,b(t .Seventh and 

Eighth fni Bryant S. 
Drunim. bet East and 
Davis N fm Market to Pa- 
cific. 

Street. E. side. 

Market and California... 2 

Sacramento 100 

Commercial 

CIny 200 

Merchant 

Washington 300 

Oregon 

Jackson 400 

Clork 

Pacific 

Drnry l.ane.bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Seventh 
to Dorn. 

Dul>lin. Excelsior H. 

Duniconibe Alley. 
bet Kenrnv and Dupont 
fm Jackson N. 

Dunbar Alle.r, bet 
Montgcjmerv and Kearny 
fm Merchant to Washing- 
ton. 

Duncan, het Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty- 
eighth fm Old San Joe6 
Road W to Belle v lie. 

Duncan < ourt, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Brondwav N. 

Dunne'H Alle.v, bet 
Broadway and Vallejo fm 
Kearny E. 



Dupont, bet Kearny and 
Stockton N fm Market to 
Beach. 
Streef. E. tide. 

Market and O'Farrell 2 

Gear.v 100 

Morton 

Post 200 

Stockton place 

Ashburton place 

Mills place 

Harlan place 

Berry 

Sutter 300 

Bush 400 

Pine 500 

Virginia place 

California 000 

Mansion place 

Sacramento 700 

Commercial 

Clav 800 

Washington 900 

Jackson 1000 

Pacific 1100 

Adler 

Broadway 1200 

Montgomery avenue 

Hinckley 

Vallejo 1300 

Green 1400 

Union 1500 

Noble's alley 

Filbert 1600 

(ierkc alley 

Greenwich 1700 

Church place 

Lombard 1800 

Whiting 

Chestnut 1900 

PfeitTer 

Francisco 2000 

Bav 2100 

NorthPoint 2200 

Beach 

Du|tont Alley, bet 1124 
and li:i2 Dimont to Mont- 
"1 gomery av E. 
Dwiiclit, University H 

Assn. 
K. South S F, fm First av S 

W to county line. 
Eant, fm Folsom NW to 
Pacific, fronting the boy. 
Street 

Folsom 1 

Howard , 100 

Mission 200 

Market :«0 

CommerclaL 

Clay 400 

Merchant 

Washington 500 

Oregon 

JacicEon 600 

Pacific 

Ecker, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Market SE. 
Edd.Y, bet Turk and Ellis 
W fm lunctlon Powell and 
Slarket. 
Street. -V. Side. 

Market and Powell 2 

Anna 

Mnson 100 

Tovlor 200 

.Tones 300 

Leavenworth 400 

Hvde 5011 

Lnrkin 600 

IN.lk 700 

Van Ness avenue 800 

Franklin !IOO 

Cough 1000 

Jefferson Square 

Octavia 1100 

Laguna. 1200 

Buchanan 1300 

Webster 1400 

Fillmore 1500 

Steiner ; 1600 

Pierce 1700 

Sciitt 1800 

Devlsailcro 1900 

Hroderick 2000 

Calvnrv Cemetery 

Eddy Pliice. otr Eddy 
bet Mason and Market 



Edinbursli, Excelsior H 

.■\ssn. 
Eigrliteentli, bet Seven- 
teenth and Nineteenth fm 
Harrison W to Douglass 
Street. y. »\de. 

Harrison 2 

Treat avenue 

Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

Howard 200 

Capp 

Mission 300 

Valencia 400 

Guerrero 800 

Dolores 000 

Church 700 

Sanchez SOO 

Noe 900 

Hartford 

Castro 1000 

Sherman 

Diamond 1100 

Eureka 

Douglass 

ElKh'^cnth Avenue, 

South S F, from Islals 

Creek to Water Front. 

ElKliteendi Avenue, 

fm Pri'sldio Reservation S. 

Eigrlith, bet Seventh and 

Ninth tm Market SE to 

Center. 

Street. W. tide- 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 20O 

Tehama 

Nunan's alley 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 

Ringold 

.';hlpley 

Heron 

Harrison _....... 400 

Br\ant 600 

Brannan flOO 

Mission Creek 

ElKiilh Avenue, fbi 
Presidio Itcservatlon S to 

Elichth Avenue, Soutn 

S F, fm Islais Creek to 

Water Front. 
EI Dorado, bet .\lamcda 

and Center fm the bay to 

Sixth and fm Eighth to 

IlarrlFon. 
Eleventh, bet Tenth and 

Twelfth fm Market SE to 

Bryant. 

Street. M'. tide. 

Market. 2 

Mission 100 

Minna 

Nctoma 

Howard 200 

Henrietta Squore 

Bowie avenue 

Folsom 800 

Harrison 400 

IJrvant 

Eleventh Avena«, tm 

Presidio Reservation S to 

8. 
EleventtaJ Avenue, 

South S F, fm Islals Creek 

to Water Front. 
Elgin Park Avenue, 

S s Mnrket bet Valencia 

and (J'lerrero. 
Eliza Place, bet Taylor 

and Jfiiies tm I'nion N. 
Elir.a Place, bet Taylor 

and .Tones fm Washington 

N. 
Elicabeih. bet Twenty- 
third nnd Twenty-fourth 

fm Snn .lose av W. 
Elizabeth, bet Third and 

Fourth fm Folsom SE to 

Louise. 
Elk, B H, Gift Map No 4. 



STREET GUIDE. 



91 



Ellen, bet DoiiRlasg and 
Bellcvue fm Elizabeth S 
=fo Thirtieth 
Ellen, bet Seventh and 

KlL'hth fni l?nrrlson S. 
Elllok Alle.v, bet Du- 
liimt and Stockton fm Pa- 
clllc N. 
EllioM Park, bet Geary 
and O'Korrell fm Steiner 
W. 
EIIiH. bet Eddy and O'Far- 
rtll W I'm .junction Stock- 
ton wid Market 
Street. X. side- 

Market and Stockton 2 

Powell 100 

Anna 

Mason 200 

Taylor 300 

Jones 400 

Leavenworth 500 

Cohen place 

Hvde (!00 

La'kin 700 

Polk 800 

Van Ne8B avenue flOO 

Franklin 1000 

GouKh 1100 

Oetavia 1200 

Laguna 1300 

Bnchnnan 1400 

Hullis 

Webster 1500 

Flllniore IfiOO 

Steiner 1700 

Pierce IROO 

ScMtt IflOO 

Pevlsndero 2000 

Broderlck 2100 

Culvarv Cenieterv 

Kllnvvorth, B H. 
Elm Avenue, bet TvUr 
an.l Turkfm Ek Poik"W. 
Euinin, bet Bush and 

Pine I'm Stockton E. 
Emmet Pliiee, bet Cal- 
ifornia and Sacramento fm 
Stockton W. 
Eric, bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth tm Mission to 
Howard 
EaKJ>x, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Folsom to Harrison 
Essex I»Iaee,liet Folsoin 
and Harrison fni Essex W 
to Charles pi. 
EKlefana, B H. Gift Map 

No 4 
Eusrenia, bet Josephine 
nml Wood fm Point Lobos 
av N. 
Euffenia, B H. 
Eureka, bet Diamond 
and DoiiKlflss fm Seven- 
teenth S to Twr-ntv-third. 
Eureka. S of West Eldo- 
rado fm Sixth to (%'nter. 
Eve, B H, <;ilt Map No 3. 
Everett, bei .Mission and 
Howard Im Third to 
Fourth. 
Ewer Place, bet Sacra- 
nii-nto un<l Clav Im Masoo 
W. 
F, South S F, fm Third av 

SW to county line. 
Fair OakN, bet Guerrero 
_and Dolores fm Elpli- 
■ teenth to Nineteenth and 
I'm Twentv-llrst to Twen- 
ty-fourth, 
Fairmount, Falrmount 

Thki, 
Failli, H H. 

F a i e <> n I> I a e c, bet 

liroalwiiy and Vallejo fm 

Taylor E. 

Farrasut AvenucSan 

.Mk-uel, W Kml .Mai. No 2. 

Farralonen,K It II .\ssn 

Fell, iRt Oak and Hayes W 

fm Jr.ncllon I'olk ami Jlar- 

ket> 

Street. X. side. 

Market and Polk 2 

Van Ness avenue ion 

Franklin 2tfl 



Gouph 300 

Oetavia ,.._ 400 

Laguna 500 

Buchanan 800 

Webster 700 

Fillmore 800 

Steiner yOO 

Pierce HKX) 

Scott 1100 

Devisadero 1200 

Broderlck 1300 

Baker 1400 

Golden Gate Park 

Lyon 1500 

Lott IfiOO 

Masonic avenue 1700 

Afhbury IHOO 

Clavton liiOO 

Cole 2000 

Shrader 2100 

Stanvan 

Golden Gate Park 

Fella Place, bet Bush 

and Pine fm Powell E. 
Fern Avenue, bet Sutter 
and Bush fm Larkln toXa- 
Kuna. 
Ferrle, bet Collins and 
( 'ook I'm Point Lobosav N. 
Fifleentli, bet Four- 
teenth and Sixteenth fm 
Harrison W to Castro. 

Street. 

Harrison 

Treat avenue 

Folsom 

Shotwell 

Howard 

Natoma 

Minna 

Capp 

Mission 

First avenue 

Hotf' s avenue 

Stevenson « 

Valencia 

Second avenue 

Guerrero 

Gallndo alley 

Dolores 

Church 

Market 

Sanchez 

Noe 

Castro 

Fifteenth Avenue. 

South S F. fm Islais Creek 

to Water Front. 
Fifleentli Avenue, fm 

Presidio Reservation S to 

FltHh, bet Fourth and 
Sixth fm Market SE to the 
bay. 

Street. H'. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 

Miima 

Natoma 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 

Shipley ; 

Clara 

Harrison 400 

I'crry 

Bryant 500 

Brannan flOO 

Bluxome 

Townsend 700 

Jewctt..... 

King 

Berry 800 

Channel 

Finii Avenue, South 8 

F, fni Islais to Water 

Front 
Fiflih Avenue, fm Pre- 

cldlo Reservation south to 

K. 
Finh Avenue, bet Firth 

and Sixth Im Harrison 8. 
Fiicueroa. B H. 



Filbert, bet Union and 
Greenwich W fm Front to 
Presidio Kcservation. 
Street. N. side. 

Front 2 

Battery 100 

Sansome 200 

Montgomery 300 

Kearny , 400 

Filbert place 

Varrennes 

Harwood alley (or Grand 

Vlnce) . 

Dupont 500 

Medau place 

Jasper place 

Stockton fiOO 

Washington Square 

Powell 700 

Montgomery avenue 

Gaven place 

Scotland 

Mason 800 

Tavlor 900 

Roach 

Jones 1000 

Leavenworth 1100 

Hyde 1200 

Lnrkin 1300 

Polk 1400 

Van Ness avenue 1500 

Franklin 1600 

Gough 1700 

Oetavia 1800 

Laguna '..1900 

Buchanan 2000 

Webster 2100 

Fillmore 2200 

Steiner 2300 

Pierce 2400 

Scott 2500 

Devisadero 2fi00 

Broderlck 2700 

Baker , 2800 

I'resldio Iteservatlon 

Filbert Place,bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont fm Union 
to Filbert. 
Filluiure, bet Webster 
and Steiner N fm Ridley tb 
Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Ridley 2 

Kate 100 

Germania 

Waller 200 

Haight 300 

Page 400 

Lll.v 

Oak 500 

Fell fiiiO 

Haves 70O 

Grove 800 

Birch 

Fulton flOO 

Ash 

McAllister 1000 

Locust 

Tvler 1100 

Eim 

Turk 1200 

Eddy 1300 

Ellis 1400 

Bylngton 

O'Furrell 1500 

Geary IflOO 

Post 1700 

Sutter 1800 

Bush 1900 

Wllde.v 

Pine 2000 

California 2100 

Sacramento 2200 

Clav vm 

Washington 2400 

Jackson 2500 

Paclflc .26110 

Broadwa.v 2700 

Vallejo 5800 

(Jreen 2100 

Union 3000 

FIllK-rt 3100 

PIxley 

Greenwich 3200 

Moiilton 

Lomlmrd 3300 

thestnut 3400 

Francisco 3500 



Bay 3600 

North Point .1700 

Beach 3800 

JelTurson 3900 

Tonquin 4000 

Lewis 

Fimt, bet Fremont and 
Second fm Market SE to 
the bav. 
Street. W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Lick's alley 

Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 

Tehama , 

Tehama place '. 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 

Guy place 

Boston place 

Laurel place 

Harri.son 400 

(Joodsell place 

Alger place 

Simpson place 

Krvant 800 

Frederick 

De Boom 

Brannan 600 

Bluxome 

Townsend 

FirHt Avenue, bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia fm 
Fourteenth to Sixteenth. 
FirHt Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation south to 
J. 
FirHt Avenue, South S 

F, fm Islais to China. 

Florence, bet Taylor and 

Jones tm Broadwav to 

Vallejo. 

FlorenccCltyLand Aasn 

Florida, bet York and 

Columbia tm Mission 

Creek S to Twent^•-tirst. 

Flower, B H, Gift Map 

No 4. 
FolMOm, bet Howard and 
Harrison SW from East to 
Thirteenth thence S. 
Street. Jf. ride. 

East 2 

Steuart 

Spear 100 

Main 200 

Beale 300 

Zoe place 

Fremont 400 

Baldwin 

First 500 

Ecker 

Essex _ 

econd 600 

Hawthorne _ 

Hampton place 

Third 700 

RItch 

HavwocMi ? 

Elizabeth 

Fourth 800 

Miller place 

Fifth 800 

Willow 

Andrew 

Sixth 1000 

Caroline 

Harriet , 

Columbia 

Columbia Square 

Sherman 

Riiss .*.. 

Moss place 

Seventh 1100 

Langtun 

Dora 

Harrison aveuue.„ 

Folsom avenue 

Kousch ; 

Eighth 1100 

Ninth ISOO 

Tenth 1400 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1500 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Nevada 

Tw.lflh leoo 

Thlrteonlh 1700 

Ort'ck lane (Erie street).. 

F»\irt.>entli 1800 

rirtoenth..: vm 

Sixteenth 20OO 

Sivcnteenlh 2100 

i:i:;liteenlli S'aX) 

Nineteenth ZmO 

Twentletli..* 2400 

Twentv-lirst 2500 

Twcntv-seci>ud 2600 

Twentv-third 2700 

Twentv-iciirth 280O 

Twentv-lillh 2900 

Twent.v-!.l.\th 3000 

FolMOiii Avenue, bet 
Seventh and Klglith I'm 
Kolsoni SK. 
Foole, San Miguel, W End 

.Mn|i No 1. 
Foril. lit Seventeenth and 
Klk'hteenth fm Sanchez W 
to Ca.'-tro. 
Furd, City Land Assn. 
For tie til Avenue, 
South S F,fm E, south to 
county line. 
Fortieth Avenue, fm 

city (Jenietery S. 
Forty -eiKlitli Avenue 

fin City, Cemetery S. 
Fort.y-finh Avenue, 

fin City Cemetery S. 
Fort.y-fiflli Avenue, 
South S ¥, fm west of F, 
south to county line. 
Fort>'-lirMt Avenne, 

tin City Cemetery S. 
Fort.v-flrMt Avenue, 
South S F, fm v^est of K, 
south to county line. 
Forty- fourth Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 
Forty-fourth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm west 
of F, south to county line. 
Forty-ninth Avenue, 

ira 15, south to J. 
Forty-Hecond Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 

Forty-necohd Av- 
enue, South S F, fm west 
of E, south to county line. 

Forty-Mlxth Avenue, 
till (/'Ity Cemetery S. 

Forly-neventh Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 

Forty-third Avenue, 

fill City CV'iiietery S. 
Forty-third Avenne, 

South S F, fm west of F, 
south to county line. 
Fountain, bet Ellen and 
Bellcvue fm Twenty- 
fourth to Tweiitv-slxth 
Fourteenth, bet Tblr- 
t.-eiith and Fifteenth fm 
Harrlsitn W to Castro. 
.•street. JV. tide. 

Harrison 2 

Treat avenue 

Folsoni 100 

Shotwell 

Howard 200 

Natoma _ 

Minna 

Mission _ 300 

Jessie....; _... 

Valencia 400 

Guerrero 800 

Dolores 600 

Miirket 

( hurch 700 

Laiid<'rs 

Sanchez 800 

Noe 900 

Castro 1000 

Fourteenth Avenue, 
South S F, tin Islals Creek 
to Water Front. 
Fourteenth Avenue, 
fm Presi'llo Reservation 
south to V. 



Fourth, bet Third and 
Filth fm Market SE to the 
bav. 
.•street. W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission - „ 100 

Minna 

Everett 

Howard 200 

Tehnma 

ijlementlna 

Volsom 300 

Shipley 

Louise 

Clara 

Harrison 400 

Perry 

Silver 

Bryant 500 

Welsh 

Freelon 

Bronnnn 600 

Bluxome 

Townscnd 700 

Jewett 

Kim: 

Berry 800 

Channel 

Fourth I»Iaee,bet H.vde 

and Larkin fm Pacific S 
Fourth Avenue, fm 
Presidio Reservation S to 
K. 
Fourth Avenne, South 
S F, fm Islals to Dry 
Dock. 
France Avenue, Ex- 
celsior H .\.«.sn. 
Francis, .\cademy Tract. 
Francisco, bet Chestnut 
and Bay W fm MontRom- 
erv to Presidio Reserva- 
tion 
.Street. JV. fide. 

Montgomery 2 

Kearny 100 

Dupont 200 

Midway 

Bellair place 

Stockton 300 

Warden 

Powell 400 

Mason 500 

Taylor 600 

Montgomery avenue 

Jones 700 

Leavenworth. 800 

Hyde !/00 

Larkin 1000 

Polk 1100 

Van Ness avenue 1200 

Franklin l.TOO 

GouRh 1400 

Ocfavia 1500 

LaKuna 

Lobos Syuore 

Webster 1800 

Fillmore 1900 

Sleincr 2000 

Pierce 2100 

Scott 2'>00 

Devlsadero 2.'iOi) 

Broderick 2400 

Baker 2500 

Presidio Reservation 

Franconin, B IL 
Frank, T>et I'Ine anil Cali- 
fornia fm Mason W. 
Franklin, bet Van Ness 
av and Couiih N fm Mar- 
ket to Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Market and Page 2 

Lily 

Oak 100 

Hickory 

Fell 200 

Llnden.„ 

Hayes 300 

Ivy 

Grove 400 

Fulton 500 

Ash 

McAllister 600 

Locust 

Tyler 700 



Elm avenue 

Turk 800 

Laurel avenue 

Eddy 900 

Willow avenae_ 

Ellis 1000 

Olive avenue 

O'Farrell 1100 

Myrtle avenue 

Gcory 1200 

Cedar oveuue 

Post 1300 

Walnut a venue 

Sutter ,^ 1400 

Fern avenue 

Bush 1500 

Austin 

Pine 1600 

California 1700 

Sacromento 1800 

Clay 1900 

WashiDgtOD 20(X) 

Jackson 2100 

PaclHc 2200 

Broadway 2300 

Vallejo 2400 

Grepn 2500 

Union 2600 

Filbert 2700 

Greenwich 2800 

Lombard 2900 

Cliestnut .3000 

Francisco 3100 

Gov't Reservation 

Bay 

Franklin ^Square, bet 

Santa Clara and Center, 

York and Jersey. 
Frederick, bet Bryant 

and Brannan fm First S W. 
Frederick, bet Carl and 

Waller W tm Masonic av. 
Freedom, B H, Gilt Map 

No 4. 
Freelon, B H, Gift Map 

^o4. 
Freelon, bet Bryant and 

Brannan fm Zoe to SW of 

Fourth. 
Fremont, bet Beale and 

First fm Market SE to the 

bay. 
Street. W. side. 

Market 2 

Mission 100 

Natoma 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 

Harrison 400 

Bryant 600 

Brannan 

Fremont Court, bet 

Powell and Mason fm Cloy 

S. 
Frenno, bet Plumas and 

India fm the bay W to 

First av. 
Front, bet Davis and Bat- 
tery N trom Market to 

Greenwich. 
Street. E. side. 

Market and Bush 2 

I'ine 100 

California 200 

Hallaek 

Sacramento _ 300 

Commercial 

Clay 400 

Merchant 

Woshington ."iOO 

OrcKon 

Jackson 600 

Clark 

Paclllc 700 

Chambers 

Broodway 800 

Senator 

Valine 900 

Green 1000 

(Jomnxtrce 

Union 1100 

Filbert liOO 

Greenwich 

Front Avenue, bet 

Woter Front and First av 

fm India SK. 
Fulton, bet Grove and 

McAllister W fm Larkin. 



Street JV: Side. 

Larkin 2 

Polk 100 

Van Ness avenue „ 200 

Franklin 300 

(iouKh _. 400 

Oclavla 600 

Laguna 600 

Buchanan .„ 700 

Webster 800 

Fillmore 900 

Stelner 1000 

Alamo Square „ 

Pierce -...1100 

Scott .'...1200 

Devlsadero 1300 

Broderick 1400 

Baker 1600 

Lyon 1600 

Lott 1700 

Masonic avenue 1800 

Masonic Cemetery 

Ashburv 1900 

Clayton 2000 

Cole 2100 

Sbrader 2200 

Stanyan , 

Golden (isfe Park 

«, South S F, from India 

SW to VIsitacion Valley. 

Oalnea, bet Battery and 

Sansome fm Green to 

Union. 

Oardcn, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Harrison to 

Bryant. 

CInrdner, bet Kearny and 

Dupont fin Post N. 
Oardner I'lace, bet 
(;iay and Washington Im 
Jlusoii W. 
Uale, bet First and Second, 
fm Townsend to.aud front- 
ing, the bav. 
Oallndo Alley, bet Gu- 
errero ihkI Dolores fm Flf- 
teeiitli to Sixteenth. 
dnmbicr. University H 

Assn. 
OaleH, B H. 
Oaven, UnlvcrBlty H 

Assn. 
Uaven, bet Powell ond 
Mason fm Filbert to 
Greenwich. 
deary, bet O'Farrell and 
I'ost W f m Junction Kear- 
ny and Market until 
merged In Central av. 
Street. .if. side. 

Market and Keainy 2 

Brooks 

Dupont 100 

Stockton 200 

Union Square 

Powell 300 

Mason 400 

Metcalfe place 

Martha place 

Taylor 500 

William 

Geary place 

Jones 600 

Leavenworth 700 

Hyde. 800 

Larkin 900 

Polk 1000 

Van Ness avenue. 1100 

Franklin 

Gough I' 

Octavlo 1 

Laguna 1600 

Buchanan 1600 

Webster 1700 

Fillmore 1800 

.Stelner 1900 

Hamilton Square.. 

Pierce 2000 

Scott 2100 

Devlsadero 2200 

Broderick 2300 

Baker 2400 

Lyon 2600 

Merged In Point Lotws 
av at Cemetery and 
Central avs. 
Oearv Place, bet Taylor 
and Jones fm Geary S. 



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93 



Ooneva, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Brannan SE. 
tienevR Avenue, San 

SllRUel, W End Map No 1. 
iieorgv, bet Fifth and 

Sixth Ini Hooper to Hub- 
bell. 
Oeureia, bet Louisiana 

and Michigan fm Solano S 

to First av. 
Oerke Alle.r, bet Filbert 

and Greenwich fm Dupont 

E. 
Oernianfa, bet Kate and 

Waller fm Webster to Kill- 
more. 
OertrudiB, B H.Gift Map 

No 4. 
OibbH,bct Washington and 

Joclcson fm Montgomery 

av W. 
Oibson, bet Green and 

Union fm Lark In E. 
Ollbert, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Bryant to 

Townsend. 
Oirard, University H 

Assn. 
Olen Park Afenue, 

S s of Twcltth bet Mission 

and Howard. 
©Iover,bet Broadway and 

Vallejo fm Jones W. 
Croat Allc^r, bet Battery 

and Sansome fm Vallejo 
to Green. 
Ooethe, San Miguel, W 

End Map No 2. 
Ooettiug^en, University 

]| .\ssn. 
Oold, bet Jackson and Pa- 
cific fm Sansome to Mont- 
gomery. 
Ciolden Oate Park, 

l«t I) and H fm the ocean 

to Stanyan and bet Fell 

and Oali to Baker. 
Oood-CIiildren, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 

Greenwich to Lombard. 
Ooodacll Place, bet 

Harrison and Bryant fm 

First E. 
Ourdon, bet Eighth and 

Ninth irom Harrison NW. 
0<»ngrli, bet Franklin and 

(tctavla N fm Market to 

Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

M rket and Haigbt 2 

Rose 

Page 100 

Lilv 

Oak 200 

Hickory 

Fell 300 

Linden 

Hayes 400 

Ivy .> 

G' ove 500 

Fulton 600 

A«h 

McAllister 700- 

Locust 

Tyler 800 

Jefferson Square 

Elm avenue 

Turk SOO 

Laurel avenue 

Eddy 1000 

Willow avenue 

Ellis 1100 

(Hive avenue 

O'Farrcll 1200 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary 1300 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1400 

■\Valnut avenue 

Sutter 1500 

Fern avenue 

Bush 1600 

Austin 

Pine 1700 

Caiifomla ; 1800 

Sacramento 1900 

Lafayette Pork. 

Clay 2000 



Washington 2100 

Jackson 2200 

I'aclflc 2300 

Broadway 2400 

Vallejo 2500 

Green 2600 

Union 2700 

Filbert 2800 

Greenwich 2!100 

Lombard 3000 

Chestnut 3100 

Francisco 3200 

Bay 

GoverniBeut Keservation 
Or all am Place, bet 
Stockton and Dupont fm 
Union to Green, 
Orand Avenue, bet 
Ninth and -Tenth fm Mis- 
sion to Howard. 
Orand Place, bet Du- 
pont and Kearny fm Fil- 
bert S, 
Orant^Uni versity H Assn. 
Orattan, S of Sullivan fm 

Stanyan W. 
Oreen, bet Vallejo and 
Union W fm Front to Pre- 
sidio Reservation. 

Street. iV. »ide. 

Front 2 

Bottcry 100 

Goat alley 

Gaines 

Sansome 200 

Calhoun 

Montgomery 300 

Vincent 

Green place 

Reed place „ 

Kearny 400 

Sonora 

Lafayette place 

Dupont 500 

Bannani place 

Union place 

Graham place 

Clement place 

Bower place 

Montgomery avenue 

Stockton 600 

Powell 700 

August alley 

Mason 800 

Tavlor 900 

Jones 1000 

Leavenworth llOO 

New Orleans alley 

Hamlin 

Hyde 1200 

West End alley 

Larkln 1300 

Polk 1400 

Van Ness avenue 1500 

Franklin 1600 

Gough 1700 

(ictavia 1800 

Lnguna IIKXI 

Buchanan 2000 

Webster 2100 

Fillmore..!. 2200 

Stelner 2300 

Pierce 2400 

Scott 2500 

Devisadero 2600 

Broderlck 2700 

Baker _ 2800 

Lyon 2900 

Central avenue 3000 

Walnut 3100 

Presidio Reservation 

Oreen Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green N. 
Oreen'* Court, bet 
Mission and Howard, 
Spear and Steuart 
Oreeuwicli, bet Filbert 
and Lombard W fm Front 
to Presidio Reservation. 
Street. A', side. 

Front '2 

Battery 100 

Sansome 200 

Pringie court 

Montgomery 300 

Kearnv 400 



Good-Children (Tele- 

groph place) 

Dupont 500 

Kramer place 

Stockton 600 

Powell 700 

Goven place 

Chamber's alley ' 

Montgomery avenue 

Scotland 

Mason-. 800 

Hartmann 

Jansen 

Taylor 900 

Roach 

Jones lOOD 

Leavenworth UOO 

Randall 

Hyde 1200 

Larkln 1300 

Polk 1400 

Van Ness avenue 1500 

Franklin 1600 

Gough 1700 

(ictavio 1800 

Laguna WOO 

Buchanan 2000 

W'ebBler 2100 

Fillmore _ 2200 

Stelner .:. 2300 

Pierce 2400 

Scott 2500 

Devlsadero 20ti0 

Broderlck 2700 

Baker 2800 

Presidio Reservation 2!KX) 

Orlsar, bet Union and 
Filbert fm Octavla to La- 
guna. 
Orove, bet Hayes and 
Fulton W fm Larkln. 
Street. N. side. 

Larkln 2 

Polk 100 

Van Ness avenue 200 

Franklin 300 

Gough 400 

tictavia 500 

Laguna OCiO 

liuchonan 700 

Webster 800 

FiUmore 900 

Stelner 

Alamo Square 

Scott 1200 

Devlsadero 1300 

Broderlck 1400 

Boker 1500 

Lvon 1600 

Lott 1700 

Masonic avenue 1800 

Ashbury 1900 

Clovton acOO 

Cole 2100 

Shroder 2200 

Stanyan 

Golden Gate Park 

Orove The, see Brook. 
Ouerrero, oet Valencia 
and Dolores fm Market S 
to Old San Jose Road. 

Street. W. side. 

Market 2 

Ridley 100 

Quinn 

Brosnan 

Fourteenth 200 

Fifteenth 300 

Sixteenth 400 

Camp _ 

Seventeenth 500 

Dorland 

Eighteenth 600 

Nineteenth 700 

Coiunilila 

Twontlclh 800 

Liberty 

Twenty-flrst »00 

Twenty-second 1000 

M 

Twentv-third 1100 

Elizabeth.. 

Twenty-fourth 1200 

Jersey 1200 

Twenty-llfth 1300 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1400 



Army 

Twenty-seventh 1500 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 

OuHtavuM, bet Powell and 
Mason fm California to Sac- 
ramcntip. 
Outtenberff, W End H 

Assn. 
Gu.v Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm First SW. 
H, bet Golden Gate Park 

and I fnj First av west 
H, South S F, fm Fourth av 

SW to Visltaclon Vallev. 

Haggin, bet Third and 

Fourth fm King to Berry. 

Ifaieht, bet Waller and 

Page W fm Junction Gough 

and Market. 

Street. N. side. 

Market and Gough 2 

Octavla 100 

Laguna 200 

Buchanan 300 

\\ebster 400 

Fillmore 500 

Stelner ficio 

pierce 700 

Scott 809 

Devlsadero 900 

Broderlck lOOO 

Baker noo 

Lyon 1-200 

Lott i;«x) 

Masonic avenue 1400 

Ashbury 1500 

Clayton leoo 

Cole „ 1700 

Shrader ISOO 

Stanvan 

Golden Gate Park 

Hale, University H 

Assn. 
Hall Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson N. 
Ilalleck, bet California 
and Sacramento fm Front 
to Leidesdorff. 
Hamilton, University H 

Assn. 
Hamilton .Square, bet 
Scott and Stelner, Post and 
Geary. 
Hamlin, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm Green 
N. 
Hamlin Place, bet 
Broadway and \'aleJo fm 
Larkln E. 
Hammond Place, bet 
Second and Third fm 
Townsend to Berry. 
Hampshire, bet I'otrero 
av and YorK I'm Mission 
Creek S to Twenty-flrst, 
thence E to Jersey, thence 
thence S to Serpentine av, 
and fm Islais Creek S, 
South S F. 
Hampton Court., bet 
Howthorne anil Third fm 
Harrison NW. 
Hampton Place, l>et 
Second and Third fm Fol- 
som SE 
Hancock, t>et Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth, from 
Church to Noe 
Ilanovcr.W End H Assn. 
Hardie PJbcc. U-l Sut- 
ter and Bijfli liii Kearny 
E. 
Harlan Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush liii ]>upont 
W. 
Harriet, bet Sixth and 
Si-venth fm Howard to 
Folsom. 
HarrinKlon, Academy 

Trad. 

Harriaon. bet Folsom 

and liryiml SNV fm Steuart 

to Fourteenth, thence to 

Serpentine av. 

Street. Jf. tide. 

Steuart 2 



94 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



N«pa 

Spear lOO 

Johnston _ 

Mam 200 

Beale 300 

Fremont 400 

First 500 

RIncon place 

Es«ex 

Stauley place 

CbarleH place 

Second 000 

Vassar place 

Hawthorne 

Hampton court 

Third 700 

RItch 

Fourth 800 

Filth 900 

Fifth avenue _ 

Oak Grove avenufi 

Park avenue 

Sixth 1000 

Garden _ 

Columbia 

Columbia Square 

Sherman 

Seventh 1100 

Dora 

Chesley „ 

Marlpoea Terrace 

Hay ward 

Ellen 

Eighth 1200 

Gordon 

Ninth , 1300 

Dore 

Tenth 1400 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1500 

Nevada 

Twelfth 1600 

Harrlnun Avenue, bet 

Seventh and Kighth fm 

Folsom SE. 
Harr.v, Falrmount Tract. 
Ilartfurfl, bet Noc and 

Castro fm Eighteenth S to 

Twentieth. 
Hartniann, bet Mason 

and Taylor fm Greenwich 

to MontKomory av. 
Harvard, University H 

Assn. 
Harwood Alley, bet 

Kearnv and Dupont fm 

Filbert S. 
IlavenH, bet Union and 

Filbert fm Leavenworth 

W. 
Haven Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 

Washington S. 
Hanthorne, bet .Second 

and Third fm Folsom to 

Harrlwm. 
UayeB, bet Fell and Grove 

W fm Junction Market and 

Larkin. 



Street. 
Market and Larkin. 


A1 side. 
2 


J'..lk..... 


100 


Van Ness avenue... 
Franklin 


200 

. 300 


<Jough _ 


400 


f)ctavla 


500 




600 


Riichanan 

Webster 


700 

800 


Fillmore .^ 

Stelner W. 


flOO 

1000 






1100 


Scott 


1200 


Devlsadero 

Broderlck 


1300 

1400 


Baker. 


1500 




1600 


Lott 


1700 


Masonic avenue 


IHOO 

IHOO 




2000 


(>)|e 


2100 




2200 




Golden Gate I'ark 



Hayward, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Harrison 
SE. 

Ila.y wood, bet Third and 
Fuurth ini Folsom to Lou- 
ise. 

Heath. U H. 

Helen Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fmCnl- 
llornla S. 

Helena, South S F, S of 
If-liiis Oreek fm Nebraska 
W to York. 

Henrietta, W End H 
.\ssn. 

Henrietta, B H. 

Henrietta Nquarc, but 
Howard and rolsom fm 
Tenth to Eleventh. 

Henry, Belle Roche City. 

Henry, University H Assn 

Henr.T, bet Fourteenth 
and Fllteeuth Im Noe W. 

Hermann, bet Uruily and 
Itldley fm Market E to 
Mission. 

Heron, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Eighth NE. 

Hickory, bet Oak and 
Fell fm VaiFNess av to 
Websttr. 

Hill, bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-<ecoiid fm San- 
chez W to Ca.-^tro. 

Hill, K R H A.svn. 

HincKley, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Kearny to 
Dupont. 

Hininielninnn Place 
tiet Mason and Taylor im 
Pacific to Broadway. 

Hodges Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Vailejo N. 

HoflT'M Avenue, bet 
Mission and Valencia fm 
Sixteenth to Seventeenth. 

HolliH, bet Buchanan and 
Webster fm Ellis to U'Far- 
rell. 

Holyoke, University H 
Assn. 

Homestead, bet Doug- 
la^s and Ellen fm Twenty- 
fourth to Twenty-sl.xth. 

Hoo|ier, bet Channel and 
Irwin SW fm Kentucky to 
Eighth. 

Hope, B H. 

Hoi>eton Terrace, see 
Tj son Place. 

HouKton, bet Chestnut 
ftid Fianclsco fm Taylor 
to .Tones. 

Howard, bet Mission and 

Folsom SW fm East to 

Thirteenth, thepce S to 

Serpentine a v. 

tstreet. N.side. 

East 2 

Steuart 

Spear ICO 

Uejcter 

Main 200 

Beale :«() 

Fremont 400 

First 500 

Second CUO 

New Montgomery 

Hubbard 

Third 700 

Fourth 800 

Howird court. 

Fifth 000 

Marv 

.Sixth 1000 

Harriet 

KuRs 

Moss 

Seventh 1100 

Langton 

Kousch 

Sumner 

Eighth ; _ 1200 

Ninth 1300 

Washington avenue 

Grand avenue 

Tenth 1400 



Eleventh 1500 

Lafavette 

Twelfth 1600 

Bowles place 

Thirteenth 1700 

Creek lane 

Erie 

Fourteenth 1800 

Fllteenth 1!)00 

Sixteenth 2000 

Seventeenth 2100 

Eighteenth 2200 

Nineteenth 2;«0 

Twentieth 2400 

Twenty tlrst_ 2500 

Twenty-second 2800 

Twenty-third 2700 

Twenty -lourth 2800 

Twentv-lillh 2900 

Twenty-si.\th 3000 

Howard Court, bet 

Fourth and Fifth fm 

Howard N\V. 
Howlb, San Miguel, W 

End Jlap Nol. 
1 1 II libar d, bet Second and 

Third fni Howard SE. 
Hubbell, bet Irwin and 

South SW fm Kentucky to 

Center. 
Hudfton, bet Fourth and 

Fifth fm Channel to South. 
HudMon, B H, Gilt Map 

No 4. 
Hulbert Alley, bet 

Four.h and Fifth SE and 

NW fm Clara. 
Humboldt, bet Sierra 

and Nevada Ini Water 

Front to Maryland. 
Humboldt, W End H 

.\ssu. 
Hunt, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Third N E. 
Hunter, B H, Gift Map 

No. 4. 
Huron Avenue, San 

.>liguel, W End Map No 2. 
Hyde, bet Leavenworth 

and Larkin N fm McAl- 
lister to Jefferson. 

Street. E. side. 

McAllister ♦ 2 

Tvler 100 

Turk 200 

Hvde place 

Eddv :«» 

Ellis 400 

C'Farrell 500 

Gearv 600 

Post". 700 

Sutter 800 

Bush 900 

fine 1000 

California 1100 

Sacramento 1200 

Clav KiOO 

Washington 1400 

Jackson 1500 

Pacific 1600 

Lynch .'. 

Broadway »1700 

Vallejo 1800 

Green 1900 

liussell 

Pelgado place 

Vernon place _.. 

Union 2000 

Lincoln place 

Allen 

Filbert 2100 

Greenwich 2200 

Lombard 2.300 

Chestnut 2400 

Francisco 2500 

Bay 2600 

North Point 2700 

Beach 2800 

Jefferson 

Hyde Place, bet Turk 

and Eddv fin Hyde W. 
I, bet II and J fm First av 

west 
I, South S F, fm .Second av 

SW to Visitacion Valley. 
Idaho. B H. 



Idaho, bet Arizona and 
liacotah fm Water Front 
S to Inilla. 

Illlnoin, bet Michigan 
and Kentucky fm Fourth 
S to First av. 

India. S, W and N s of In- 
dia Kasln. 

India Avenue, Excel- 
sior H .\ssn. 

Indiana, bet Minnesota 
and Iowa fm Center S to 
Tulare. 

Ion. University H Assn. 

lovia. bet Indiana and 
Pennsvlvanla fm Center S 
to Tulare. 

Irwin, bet Hooper and 
Hubbell SW fm Kentucky 
to Eighth. 

iKabel. B H. 

Islaln. S s Islals Creek 
channel fm the bay W. 

Italy Avenue. Excelsi- 
or H A.ssn. 

Ivy, bet Hayes and Grove 
fm I'oik W. 

J, bet I and K fm First av 
west 

J, South S F, fm First av 
SW to Visitacion Valley. 

JackHon,bet Washington 
and Pacific W fm East. 

Street. N. side. 

East 2 

Drumm 

Davis „ 100 

Front 200 

Battery 300 

Custom House place 

Sansome 400 

Ballance 

Jones alley 

Montgomery 500 

Montgomery avenue 

Kearny 600 

Cooper's alley 

Wasblugtdn place 

Burtlett 

Dupont 700 

St Louis alley 

Sullivan alley 

Stout's alley 

Stockton 800 

Redtord place 

Virginia 

Stone 

.\dele alley 

Powell 800 

Dore alley 

Mason 1000 

Vernon place 

Auburn - 

Tavlor 1100 

Jones 1200 

Leavenworth 1300 

Wall place 

Hyde.. MOO 

Larkin , 1800 

Polk 1600 

Van Ness avenue 1700 

Franklin 1800 

Gough 1800 

Octavla 20OO 

Lagun.i 2100 

Buchanan 2200 

Webster 2300 

Fillmore 2400 

Slelner 2500 

Alta Plaza 

Pierce MOO 

Scott 2700 

Devlsadero -.2800 

Broderlck 2S00 

Baker WW 

Lyon 3100 

Ontrai avenue -599 

Walnut 3800 

Laurel 3400 

Locust 3B00 

Spruce 3800 

Maple 3700 

Cherry 3800 

First avenue 

JaekHon Park, bet 
Santa < lara and Mariposa, 
Carolina and Arkansas. 



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95 



JackMon Plavc, bet 

Grooii and ValKyo I'm 

Montt,'(iniery E. 
Jac<>l>:> , bet Ijenvenworth 

and Hyde Ini California N. 
Jane Place, bet Macun 

and T«j lor tin Pine N 
JanNeii, bet Mason and 

Taylor fui Greenwich to 

Lombard. 
Jni>:tii, S H Bryant bet 

First and Second: 
Jagian Avenne, Kxcel- 

sior H Assn. 
Jnriiac, Belle Roche City. 
Janiier Place, bet l)u- 

poiit and Stockton Im 

union to > llbert. 
Jeii'erxon, 15 H. 
JetferMoii, bet Bouch and 

Tonquin W I'm Powell to 

Presidio Keservatlon. 
JeireriKon Square, bet 

Tyler and Eddy, Lajjuua 

and Goiitih. 
Jei'Mey, bet Potrero av and 

Hampshire Im Mission 

Creek S to Tweuty-lirst. 
Jer»e.v,bet Twent\ -fourth 

and Twenty-ttfch Im Did 

San Jo^e Koad W to Uoug- 

labs. 
Jessie, bet Market and 

Mission fm First SW. 
Street. iV. side. 

First 2 

Ecker 

New Anthony 

Second 100 

New Montgomery 

Annie 

Third 200 

Fourth 300 

Fitlh JOO 

Sixth 500 

Seventh 600 

There are also in this 

block numbers from 1 

to301nclUBive. 

Eighth 

Ninth 800 

Jew ett, bet Townsend and 

King Ini Fourth to Fifth. 
Julaii, bet Jackson and Po- 

cllic tni Powell to Mason. 
Jolin, bet First and Second 

Im Itincon pi S to Town- 
send. 
JoliiiNtoii, bet Spear and 

Main fm Harrison to Bry- 
ant. 
JoiicM, bet Taylor and 

Leavenworth N im Mar- 
ket to Jed'erson. 
Street. E. side. 

Market and McAllister... 2 

Tyler 100 

Turk 200 

Eddy 300 

EUlM 400 

Antonio 

Steveloe place 

O'F^rrell 500 

Geary 600 

Maggie alley 

Cottage place 

Post 700 

Lewis 

Sutter. 800 

Bush IXX) 

i'lne 1000 

California 1100 

Sacramento ."!.'l200 

I'leasani 

H'^J .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 1.300 

\Vu6hlngton 1400 

Jockson 1500 

i'»>-'lll<; 1600 

Bernard 

B road w a V .".'."..'.'. ..'.'.".' '.'.."". ..'. 1700 
Glover 

y,""'^jo;;;.'.'.'.".".".";.'.'.";'.'...'."."i8oo 

Merrill 

^feen;;;;;;;.;;";;;;;;;;;;;;;;;i9oo 

Lincoln 

Union '..""..................'XOO 

J"",l"-Tt 2100 

Valpa,ol«o 



ercenwlch 2200 

Lombard 2.300 

Chestnut 2400 

Houston 

Francisco 2.')00 

Bay 2600 

North Point 2700 

JJeach 2800 

Jotl'erson 

Joueft Alle.T, bet San- 
Hiinie and Montjroniery fm 
Washington to .Jackson. 

JoHO|>lilnc, bet Central 
av and Eugenia I'm Point 
Lobos nv N. 

Jo.v, B H. • 

Julia, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Missions. 

JiiliuH, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Lombard N. 

Junl|>er, bet Tenth and 
Eleventh fm Folsom to 
Hnrri.<on. 

H, bet J and L fm Fourth 
av we si 

K, South S F, fm First av 
SW to Kailrond av. 

KanKaH,bct Bhode Island 
anil Vermont fm Mission 
Creek S to Precita Creek, 
and Im R south, South S 
F. 

Kapiieler Court, bet 
Geary and Post fm Mason 
W. 

Kale, bet Ridley and Wal- 
ler W fm Junction Market 
and Laguna to S'einerand 
bet Frederick and AValler 
fm Cole W to Stanyan. 

Kale Place, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Brvant 
SE. 

Kearny,bet Montgomery 
and Dupont N fm Market 
to North Point. 

Street. E. side. 

Market and Geary 2 

Morton 

I'ost 100 

Vermehr place 

Sutter 200 

Hanlie plaije 

Bush ?! 300 

Pine 410 

Sunrmer 

California 500 

Sacramento 600 

Commercial 

Clay 700 

Portsmouth S^juare 

Merchant 

■Washington 800 

Jackson %0 

Montgomerv avenue 

Pacillc 1000 

St Charles 

Broadway 1100 

Dunne's alley 

Hlncklev 

Valiejo 1200 

Ht Charles place 

Green 1.300 

Union 1400 

Filbert 1.500 

Greenwich IBOO 

Lombard. 1700 

Chestnut 1800 

Francisco lilOO 

Bay 2000 

North Point 

Kent, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Mason W. 
Kenliick>, bet Illinois 
and Tennessee fm Chan- 
nel S to Second av. 
Ke.rcn Alie.r, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason fin Pacillc 
N. 
Kimball Place, bet 
Leavenworth and Ilydc fm 
S s Sacramento N. 
Kinir, bet Townsend and 
Berrv SW fm the boy to 
Eighth. 



KiKMlinK Place, bet 

Folsoni and Harrison, 

Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth. 
KniKht'H Place, San 

Jllguel, WEnd Mnn No 1. 
Knox, University H Assn. 
Kohler'M Place, bet 

Kearny and Montgomery 

fm Green S. 
KoNCiuMKO, B 11. 
KoMMuth, 1{ H, Gin Map 

No 4. 
Kramer Place, bet 

Dupi'iit and Stockton im 

Gri'cnwkh S. 
I... bet K and M fm Seventh 

av west 
r,, So\ith S F, fm First av 

SW to Twentv-elghth av. 
l.ara.rette, W End H 

Assn. 
liHfa.Telte, bet Eleventh 

ami Twelfth fm Mission lo 

Howard. 
liafa^ette Park, bet 

Sacramento and Washing- 
ton, Gongh and Laguna. 
liafa.yeHe Place, bet 

Kenrny /ind Dupont tm 

Green to Union> 
Iiaguna, bet Octavia and 

Buchanan N fm Morketto 

Lewis. 

Street. E. side. 

Market and Kate 2 

Waller 100 

Haight 200 

Rose 

Page 300 

Lily 

Ouk 400 

Hickorv 

Fell .'. 500 

Linden 

Hayes 600 

Ivy 

Grove 700 

Birch 

Fulton 800 

Ash 

McAllister 800 

Locust 

Tyler 1000 

JeH■er^on Square 

Elm avenue 

Turk 1100 

Laurel avenue 

Eddy 1200 

Willow avenue 

Ellis 1300 

Olive avenue 

D'Farrell 1400 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary l.^OO 

Cedar avenue 

Post..... 1600 

Wnlnnt avenue 

Bletcalf place 

Sutter 1700 

Fern avenue 

Bush 1800 

Pine 1900 

California 2000 

Sacramento 210U 

Lafayette Park 

Clav 2200 

Washington 2300 

Jackson 2400 

Pacific a-'jOO 

Broadway 2f)00 

Vullejo 2700 

Green 3S00 

Union auOO 

Grisar 

Filbert 3000 

Greenwich 3100 

Lombard :r.'0O 

Clustnut 3300 

Lobos S(|uare 

FranclHci 3400 

Bav :W00 

North I'oint 3000 

Beach 3700 

Jetlerson 3800 

Tonquin 3000 

Lewis 



Ii a id ley, Falrmount 

Tract. 
Iiandern, crosses Mar 
at junction of Fourteenth 
and (!hnrch. 
Iianiflon, bet Seventh 
an<l Eighth fm Howard to 
Folsom. 
I<arkin, bet Hyde and 
Polk N fm Market to 
Tonquin. 
Street. E. side. 

Market and Hayes 2 

Park avenue 

Grove 100 

Birch 

Fulton 200 

Ash 

McAllister „ 300 

Locust 

Tvler 400 

Turk 500 

Laurel avenue 

Eddy 600 

Willow avenue 

Ellis 700 

Olive avenue 

(p'Farrell 800 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary „ 900 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1000 

Walnut avenue 

Sutter 1100 

Fern avenue 

Bush 1200 

Austin 

Pine 1300 

California 1400 

Sacramento 1500 

Clay 1600 

Washington 1700 

Jackson 1800 

Pacific 1900 

IJroadway 2000 

Hamlin place 

Vallejo 2100 

Green 2200 

Gibson 

Bradv plate 

Union 2300 

Filbert 2400 

Greenwich 2500 

Lombard 2600 

Chestnut 2700 

Francl.sco : 2800 

Bav 2900 

North Point 3000 

Beach .3100 

Jeflerson 3200 

Tonquin 

l.aMkie, bet Eighth and 

Ninth f lo Jllsslon NW. 
l.alliam Place, bet El- 
lis and U'Farrell fm Ma- 
son W. 
liaura Place, bet .^an- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Pine S. 
liaurel, bet Walnut and 

T,ocust fm Calitornia N. 
l<aurel Avenue, B H. 
Itaurel Avenue, bet 
Turk and Eddy fm Larkln 
to Webster. 
liuurel Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fni First 
to Essex. 
I^eav en worth, bet 
Jones and Hy<le N fm Mc- 
Allister to Jetlerson. 
Street. E. tide. 

McAllister 2 

Tyler 100 

Burcham place 

Turk 200 

F/idy 300 

Ellis «» 

O'FarieU 600 

Geary.. 600 

Post 700 

Sutler 800 

Bush 900 

Pine 1000 

California 1100 

Sacranftnio 1300 

Clay laOO 

Washington 1400 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



JackBon 1500 

Pacific 1600 

Lynch 

Bernard ~.- 

Broadway 170 

Glover 

Vollcjn 1800 

Merrill 

Green 1900 

Lincoln ^^^^ 

Union 2000 

Havens 

Filbert 2100 

Greenwich 2200 

Lombard -300 

Chestnut 2400 

FrnnclBCO 2500 

Bay -600 

North I'olut 2700 

Montgomery avenue 

Beach 2800 

JeftViFon 

J^c, B H. 

JLeidesclortr, bet San- 
eonip und Montgomery fm 
S e CalHoruia to Clay. 
Street. E. tide. 

Pine 2 

California 100 

Halleck 

Sacramento 200 

Commercial 

Clay 

Iieroy Place, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth Im Sac- 
ramento S. 
I^eHHing, San Miguel, W 

End Map No 2. 
IieTi'ia, Fiilrmount Tract. 
I^ewiH, fin Polk Wto Pre- 
sidio Keservatlon fronting 
the bay. 
liewiH, bet Post and Sut- 
ter tm Tavlor to Jones. 
I^iberty, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Townseud 
NW. 
liibert.v, bet Twentieth 
and Twenty -first fm Val- 
encia W to Castro. 
liick Alley, bet Market 

and Mission tm First W. 
I^ieU Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Post to Sutter. 
liiebiir. San Miguel, W 

End 51 op No 2. 
l.lly, bet Page and Oak fm 

Franklin W. 
I^liieuln, B H. 
liinculu Avenue, bet 
Green and Union fm 
Jones W. 
Xiincoln Place, bet 
Union and Filbert fm Hyde 
E. 
liinden, bet Fell and 
Hayes fm E s A'au Ness 
av to Webster. 
liUtbon, Excelsior H Ass. 
I^lzzie, B U. 
l,obOM, K R H Assn. 
I<obOH Square, bet 
Webster and Loguna. 
Chestnut and Bay. 
IiOCUBt, bet Laurel and 

Spruce fm Cnllfornia N. 
EiOcuMt, bet McAllister 
and Tyler fm Larkln to 
Fillmore. 
liOgraii, University H Ass. 
Ijonibard. bet Green- 
wich and Chestnut W fm 
Battery to Presidio Keser- 
vatlon. 
Street. -A' side. 

Battery 2 

Sansome 100 

Montgomery 

Webster 

Kearny 200 

Good-Children (Tele- 
graph place) 

Julius 

Dnpont .^ 300 

Wells court '. 

Stockton 500 

Lombard place 



Powell COO 

Chambers alley 

Ma«on 700 

Newell 

Montgomery avenue 

Jansen 

Taylor SOO 

Jones ilOO 

Leavenworth 1000 

Hyde 1100 

Larkln 1200 

Polk 1300 

Van Ness avenue 1400 

Franklin l.TOO 

Gough 1900 

Octavia 1700 

Laguna 1800 

Buchanan ItiOO 

Webster 2000 

Fillmore 2100 

Steiner 2200 

Pierce 2.".(i0 

Scott 2400 

Divisadero 2,')00 

Broderlck 2B00 

Baker 2700 

Presidio Reservation 

liOiubard Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell (m 

Lombard S. 
Iiondon, Excelsior H 

Assn. 
liOtt, bet Lyon and Ma- 
sonic av N fm Waller to 

Turk. 
liOuiite, bet Folsom and 

Horrieon fm Rltch to 

Fourth. 
JLonisiana, bet Mary- 
land ami Georgia fm Sola- 
no S to First avenue. 
Iiuck, fm Orleans to Ber- 

nal av. 
Iiucy, bet Masonic av and 

Ashbury fm Waller S. 
liUnd.v'H Lane, B H. 
liunt Avenue, bet Tyler 

and McAllister fm Laguua 
I^yneli, bet Pacific and 

Broadway fm Leaven- 
worth to Hyde. 
l<yon, bet Baker and Lott 

N fm Haight to Presidio 

Reservation. 
liyonR, B H. 
M, bet L and N fm Seventh 

av west 
M, South S F, fm First nv 

SW to Twenty-eighth av. 
M, bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-third fm Sanchez 

to Diamond. 
Macedonia, B H. 
DIaflden, bet Third and 

Fourth fm King to Berry. 
Madlmon, University H 

Assn. 
Madrid, Excelsior H Assn 
Maear.r, bet Sanchez and 

Noe fm M south to Clipper. 
Maecte Alley ,bct Geary 

andl'ost fm Jones E. 
Maiden l<ane,bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 

Montgomery av S. 
Maiden I^aue, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 

Valiejo N. 
Main, bet Spcnr and Beolc 

fm Market SE to the bay. 
Street. \V. side. 

Market 2 

Mission 100 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 

Rincon court • 

Harrison 400 

Bryant 

Malvina Place, bet 

Sacramento and Clay fm 

Mason W. 
MauMell, University H 

Assn. 
Mansfield, University H 

Assn. 
ManKion Place, bet 

California and Sacramento 

fm Pupont W. 



Ma|ilc, bet Spruce ana 

Cherry fm Callfomla N. 
Marengo, B H, Gift Map 

No 4. 
Marengro. R R H .\Rsn. 
Margaret Place, bet 

Keariiv and Dupont fm 

Vollelo N. 
Margaret Place, bet 

Mason and Tavlor fm Turk 

N. 
Maria, bet Harrison and 

BrvHUt and Seventh and 

Eighth K and W sides of 

Chesiey. 
Marin, bet Colusa and 

Tulare fm the bay W to 

I'ennsyivanla. 
Mari|iOHa, bet Santa 

Clara and Solano fm the 

bay W to Harrison. 
Marl|ioiia Terrace, 

bet Seventh and Eighth 

fm Harrison N 
Market., fm East SW to 

corner Castro and Seven- 
teenth. 
Street. S. side. 

East 2 

Sacramento 

I>ruinni 100 

California 

I avis 200 

Pine : 

Front 300 

Bush 

Battery 400 

Sansome and Sutter .^00 

Montgomery and Post... 600 

Kearny and Geary 700 

Brooks 

Dupont and U'Farrell ... 800 

Stockton and Ellis fW 

Powell and Eddy 1000 

Sfnson and Turk 1100 

Tavlor and Tyler 1200 

Jones and McAllister... .1300 

CItv Hall avenue 

Larkln and Hayes 1600 

Polk and Fell 1700 

Van Ness av and Ook...l800 

Franklin and Page 1900 

Rose 

Gough and HalgWt 2000 

Octavia and Waller 2100 

Laguna and Kate 2200 

Buchanan Z^m 

Reservoir 

Fourteenth and Church.2400 

Landers 

Fllteenth and Sanchez.. 2.500 

Sixteenth and Noe 2600 

Seventeenth and Castro. 
Street. S. side. 

East 1 

Steuart _... 

Spear 101 

Main 201 

Bealc 301 

Fremont 401 

First 601 

Eckcr 

Second ,601 

New Montgomery 

Annie 

Third 701 

Fourth 801 

Fifth «)1 

Sixth 1001 

Seventh 1101 

Eighth 1201 

Ninth 1301 

Tenth 1401 

Eleventh 1501 

Potter 1601 

Brady 1701 

Valencia 

Hermann 

Elgin Park avenue 

Pearl 

Guerrero 

Ri.lley 

Dolores 

Fourteenth and Church 

Landers 

Fifteenth and Sanchez... 

Sixteenth and Noe 

Seventeentn Castro 



Marf ha Place, bet Ma- 
son and TayUjr fm Geary S. 
Martin, Visltaclon Valley 
Mary, B H. 
Mary, bet Fifth and Sixth 

fni Mission to Howard. 
Mar.T liane, bet Kearny 

and Dupont fm Bush S. 
Maryland, bet Delaware 
and Louisiana fm Solano 
S to First av. 
MaHon°. bet Powell and 
Tay lur N fm Market to Jef- 
ferson. 
Street. E. side. 

Market and Turk 2 

Eddy 100 

Ellis 200 

Lathnm place 

Dikeman place_ 

O'Farrell 300 

Geary... 400 

Oak place 

Post SCO 

Sheerer place 

Sutter 600 

Bush 700 

Pine 800 

Frank , 

Callfomla SOD 

Sacramento 1000 

Ewer Place 

Malvina place 

Clay UOO 

Truett (or Gardner place) 

Sheppard place 

Washington 1200 

Jackson 1300 

John 

Pacific 1400 

Broadwav 1500 

Vallejo leOO 

Green 1700 

W^ebb place 

Winter's lane 

Union 1800 

Kent 

Filbert 1900 

A'alparalso 

Greenwich 3000 

Montgomery avenue 

Lombard 2100 

Chestnut 2200 

Water 

Francisco „ 2300 

Vandewatcr 

Bay 2400 

North Point 2500 

Beach 2600 

Jefferson 

MaHonic Avenue, bet 
Lott flud Ashbury S Itn 
I'liliit Lobos av. 
MaNHaohutiettn, bet 
New York and Delaware 
fm Sonoma S to First av. 
MaHiiaaoit, B H. 
Mateo. Falrmount Tract. 
MazEini, £ of Orleans 
fm I'reclta Creek SE to 
Schneider. 
McAlllHter, bet Fulton 
and Tyler W fm Junction 
Jones and Market. 
Street. JV. side. 

Market and Jones 2 

Park avenue 

Leavenworth 100 

Hyde 200 

Brown's alley 

Larkln 300 

Polx 400 

Van Ness avenue 800 

Franklin 600 

Gough 700 

Octavia 800 

Laguna 900 

Buchanan 1000 

Webster 1100 

Fillmore 1200 

Steiner 1300 

Pierce MOO 

Scott 1500 

Devlsadero .1600 

Broderlck 1700 

Baker 1800 

Lvon 1900 

Lott 2000 



STREET GUIDE. 



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Maeonlc avenue 

Masonic ("4?nietery 

9fc( lollan, B H. 

HcCormlck, bet Hyde 
aud Lnrkln fm I'nclflcS. 

Btcncham Place, b«t 
Hvde and Larkln fm Post 
S. 

9f earn, bet MerrlfleM and 
First av fiu Point Lobos 
av N. 

Hedaa Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Fil- 
bert N. 

Mendoolno. bet Calave- 
ras and Plumas fm the bay 
W to rtrst av. 

Merced, Falrmount Tract 

Mercer, B. II. 

Merchant, bet Clay and 
\Vashlngton W fm East to 
Kearny. 

Street. ^. tide. 

East 2 

Front 300 

Battery 400 

Sansome 500 

Montgomery 600 

Dunbar alley 

Kearny 

Merrilield, bet Chase 
and Mears fm Point Lobos 
av N. 

Merrill, bet Valle]o and 
Green fm Jones to Leav- 
enworth. 

MerrlnincN of Alameda 
fm the bav to Tennessee. 

Metcalf Place.bet Post 
and Sutter fm Laguna W. 

Metcalfe Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor Ini 
Geary N. 

Mexico, bet Alaska and 
Colorado fm Wate rFront 
S to India. 

MIchlKan, bet Georgia 
and Illinois fm Solano S to 
First av. 

Mlckllch, VIsitacon Yal- 
lev 

Middle, bet Fillmore and 
Webster fm Pine to Call- 
furnla. 

Midwn.r, bet Dupont and 
Stockton fm Francisco to 
Bay. 

Miguel, Falrmount Tract. 

Ml leu <'*art., bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia N. 

MUCH Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Sacra- 
mento N. 

Miller Place, bet 
Fourth and Fifth fm Fol- 
fom S. 

MIllM Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fin Dupont \V. 

Mlllon. San Miguel W 
En<l Map No 2. 

Minerva, R R II Assn. 

Minna, bet Mission and 
Howard ftn First 8W. 

Street N. tide. 

First 2 

Sullivan alley 

Second 100 

Kew Montgomery 

Third 200 

Fourth 300 

Fifth 400 

Mary 

Sixth 500 

Rubs 

Seventh 800 

Julia 

Eighth 700 

Ele^nth 1000 

LafWi'tte place 

Fourteenth _ 1300 

Hinneaota, bet Tennes- 
see and Indiana fm South 
south to Tulare. 
Minnie. t>et Ashbnry and 
Clayton fm Waller S. 



Mint ATCnne, bet Fifth 
and Sixth fm Mission to 
Jessie. 
MlHHlon, bet Market and 
Howard SW fm East to 
Thirteenth, thenco S to 
County Road. 
Street. A', tide. 

East 2 

Steunrt 

Spear 100 

Main 200 

Beale 300 

Fremont 400 

First :. 500 

Ecker 

Sullivan alley 

New Anthony ♦ 

Second 60O 

New Slontgomery 

Annie 

Third •. 700 

Fourth 800 

Fifth 900 

Marv 

Sixth 1000 

Seventh 1100 

Julia :.. 

Eighth 1200 

Laskie 

Ninth 1300 

Washington avenue 

Grand avenue 

Tenth 1400 

Eleventh 1500 

Lafavette 

Potter 

Twelfth 1600 

West Mission 

Hermann 

Thirteenth 1700 

RIdlev 

Erie 

Fourteenth 1800 

Fllteenth liiOO 

Sixteenth 2000 

Seventeenth 2100 

Willow 

Cedar lane 

Eighteenth 2200 

Nineteenth 2300 

Twentieth 2400 

Twenty-flrst 2500 

Twenty-second 2G00 

Twentv-third 2700 

Twentv-fonrth 2800 

Twentv-flfth 2900 

Twenty-sixth 3000 

Mlonion and Ocean 
Road, fm terminus of 
Mission W. 
MiHHion Avenue, bet 
Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Seventeenth S. 
MlHMlNNiiiitl, bet Penn- 
sylvania and Texas I'm 
Center S to Tulare. 
MiMHoarl, bet Texas and 
(Connecticut fm Center S to 
Tulare. 
Moliawk Avenne. San 
MlKU.-l. W End Map No 1. 
Montana, R R II Assn. 
Montcalm, B H. 
MonteEuma, B H. 
Montlcello, City Land 

Assn. 
Montgomery, bet San- 
some and Kearny N fm 
Market to Francisco. 
Street. E. side. 

Market and Post 2 

Sutter 100 

Bush .-. 200 

Pine 300 

Summer 

Culifomla. 400 

Sacramento 600 

Commercial 

Clay 600 

Merchant 

Washington 700 

Montgomery avenue .• 

Jackson ..» 800 

Gold 

Pacific 900 

Montgomery alley 

Montgomery court 



Broadway 1000 

Vallejo 1100 

Jackson place 

Green 1200 

Moulton place 

Union 1300 

Montgomery place 

Alta 

Filbert 1400 

Greenwich 1500 

Lombard ICflO 

Chestnut 1700 

I'ranclsco 

Hontffomer.r Alle.v, 
bet Pacific and Broadway 
fm Montgomery E. 
Montgomery Av- 
enue, fm NW cor Jlont- 
gomery and Washington 
NW to Beach. 
Street. E. tide. 
Washington and Mont- 
gomery 2 

Maiden lane 

Glbbs 

Jackson 100 

Kearny 

Pacific 200 

Adler 

Broadway 300 

Dupont 

Vallejo 400 

Stockton 

Green 600 

Union 600 

Washington Square 

Powell 

Filbert 700 

Gaven place 

Scotland 

Greenwich 800 

Mason 

Hartmann 

Lombard : 900 

Newell 

Jansen 

Ta.vlor 

Chestnut 1000 

Houston 

Francisco 1100 

Jones 

Bay 1200 

North Point 1300 

Leavenworth 

Beach 

Monteomery Court, 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
fni Montgomery W. 

Montisoniery Place, 
bet Union and Filbert fm 
ilontgomcry N. 

Moore PliM;e, betH.vdc 
and Larkln fra Union N. 

More.v allo.v, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Broad- 
wav to Vallelo. 

Morrel Place, bet 
Hvde and Larkln fm Pa- 
cific N. 

Morfie, bet Dupont and 
Kearnv, Bush and Pine 

MorHe. San Miguel, W End 
Map No 1. 

Mome Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Broadway S. 

Morton, bet Geary and 
IVist fm Kearny to Stock- 
ton. 

Morton, B H, Gia Map 
No 4. 

MoHcow, Excelsior U 
Assu. 

Moan, bet Sixth aud Sev- 
enth fra Howard to Fol- 
Bom. 

Moulton, bet Greenwich 
and Lonitianl fm Buchan- 
an to Slelner. 

Moulton Place, bet 
Green and Union fm Mont- 
gomery W. 

Moultrie, B IL 

Mount Vernon Av- 
enue, S/ui Miguel W End 
Map No 1. 

Municli, Exct-lktur II Abb 



Munroe, bet Stockton 
aud Powell fm Bush to 
Pine. 

Myrtle Avenue, bet 

O'Farrell and Geary fm 

Larkln to Laguna. • 

W, bet M and O fm Seventh 

N, South S F, fm First av 

SW to Twenty-ninth av. 
Naglee Avenue, San 

Jllguel, W End Map No 2. 
Napa, bet Butte and Sierra 

fm th»< bay W to Harrison. 
NapIcH, Excel.-lor II A8sn. 
Napoleon, bet Norman 

and TularC fm BigggSWto 

Orleans. 
Natoina, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Fremont SW. 
Street. N. tide. 

Fremont 

First 2 

Second 100 

New Montgomery ."... 

Fltth 400 

Mary 

Sixth 500 

RusB 

Seventh 600 

Eighth 700 

Eleventh 1000 

Lafavette place 

Fourteenth 1300 

Meliraaka, bet Vermont 

and Utah fm Mission 

Creek S to Precira Creek, 

ai}(l fin Helc'ia S, vSouthS F 
KebrnHka, B H. 
Nevada, bet Eleventh and 

Twelfth fm Uolsom SK to 

Harrison. 
Nevada, bet Sierra and 

Yolo fm the bay W to Po- 

trero a v. 
Nevada Avenue, B H. 
New Aiiltion.v, bet First 

and Second fin .Mission N. 
New M<»nt|roniery, bet 

Second nnd Third Im Mar- 
ket SE to Howard. 
New Orleani* Alley, 

bet Leavenworth and 

Hvde fm I'.reen N. 
New Yor)^ bc>t Virginia 

and Slashftchuselts fm 

Water Front S to First av. 
Newell, bet Mason and 

Taylor fm Lombard N. 
Newliall. bet Lombard 

aud Chestnut fm Stockton 

to Powell. 
Niaicara Avenne, San 

Miguel, W End Map No 1. 
Nineteenth, bet Elght- 

eei.th and Twentieth fm 

Harrison W to I)oUL'lass 
Nineteenth Avenue, 

fm I'resMlo KestrvatlonS. 
Nineteenth Avenue, 

South S F, fin Islals Creek 

to Water Front. 
Ninth, bet Eighth and 

Tenth fm MarKet SE to 

Brannan. 
Street. W. tide. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 

Minna 

Natonia 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

('lenieutlna. 

Folsoni SOO 

Rlngold 

Harrison ¥M 

Bryant 800 

Ilrannan 600 

Ninth Avenue, fyom 

Presidio RoBcrvatiun S to 

P. 
Ninth Avenne, Souths 

F, fill Islals Crecii to Water 

Front. 
Noble, tx't Firth atid Sixth 

fm Hublx'll (u South. 



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SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Bfoble Place, bet How- 
ard QNd Folsora fm Third 
W. 

Nable'a Alley, bet 

union and Filbert I'm Du- 
pont E. 
Noe, bet Sanchez and Cas- 
tro fm Bldley S to Thir- 
tieth. 
Noonan Avenue, bet 
Howard and Clementina 
fm Eighth E. 
Noonan'M Allej, bet 
Stockton and I'owell fm 
Vallcjo S. 
Urornian, bi-t Bourbon 
and Nauuleon fm Preclta 
Creek SW to Orleans. 
Norlli, V II. 
BTorth l»arU liane 

(See I'ark Lane north.) 
Korlli Point, bet Bay 
and, Beach \V Ini Kearny 
to I'rcsldlo Hcservatlon. 
Norton, .\cadi'my Tract. 
Morwnsh, BU. 
N J c, B H, Gift Map No 4. 
O, bet N and 1' Ini Eighth 

av west. 
O'4'onnel Place, bet 
Mason and Powell, from 
Vallejo N. 
O'FarrcIl, bet Ellis and 
Gtary W fm Junction Du- 
pont and Market. 
Street. iV. side. 

Market and Dupont 2 

Baglcy place 

Stockton 100 

Powell • 200 

Carlos 

Winter place 

O'Farrell alley 

Mason 300 

Raphael place 

Taylor 400 

William 

.lones 500 

Leavenworth 600 

Ada court 

Hyde 700 

Lorkin 800 

Polk „ !KX) 

Van Nessavemje 1009 

Franklin I10(i 

GouKh 1200 

Octavia 1300 

Lagana 1400 

Buchanan 1500 

HoUls 

Webster 1600 

Fillmore 1700 

Steluer 1800 

Pierce 1900 

Scott 2000 

Devlsadero 2100 

Uroderick 2200 

Calvary Cemetery 

O'Farrell Alley, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
O'Karrdl N. 
Oak, bet Page and Fell W 
fm Junction Van Ness uv 
and Market. 
Street. JV. side. 

Van Ness ayenue 2 

Franklin 100 

Gough 203 

Octavia 300 

Laguna 400 

Buchanan 500 

Webster 600 

Fillmore ..; '. 700 

Stelner 800 

Pierce 900 

ScoM 1000 

Devlsadero 1100 

Broderlck 1200 

Baker 1300 

Golden Gate Pork 

Lyon 1400 

Lott 15UU 

Masonic avenue 1600 

Ashbury 1700 

Clayton 1800 

Cole lOOO 

Shrader 2000 

Stanyan ...„._. ,,.„ 



Golden Gate Park 

Oak Urove Avenue, 

bet Ulth and Sl.xlh (m 

Ilarrlfon to Bryant. 
Oak Place, bet Geary 

and Post fm Mason to Tay- 
lor. 
Ocean Road, fm Eureka 

nr Twenty-tlrst W. 
Octavia, bet Gough and 

Laguna N fin Market to 

Lewis. 

Street. E. side. 

Market and Waller 2 

Halght 100 

Kose 

Page 200 

Lily 

Oak 300 

Hickory 

Fell 400 

Linden '. 

Hayes 500 

Ivy 

Grove 600 

Birch 

Fulton 700 

Ash 

McAllister 800 

Locust , 

Tyler 900 

Jefferson Square 

Eddy 1100 

Willow avenue 

El'.lB 1200 

Olive avenue 

O'Farrell 1300 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary 1400 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1500 

Walnut avenue 

Sutter 1600 

Fern avenire 

Bu.sh 1700 

Austin 

Pine 1800 

California l'.m 

Sacramento 

Lafayette Park „ ... 

Washington 2200 

Jackson 2;i00 

Pacific 2400 

Broadway ._...' 2500 

Vallejo Z 2G00 

Green 2700 

Union 2800 

Grisar 

Filbert 2000 

Greenwich 3000 

Lombard 3i00 

Chestnut 3200 

Francisco 3300 

Bay 

Gov't Kcscrvatlon 

Ohio, bet Sansumc and 

Montgomery fm Pacltlcto 

Vallejo. 
Ohio, bet Wyoming and 

Virginia fm Water Front 

S to First av. 
Old Hickory, B H. 
Olive Avenue, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fm Lar- 

kln to Buchanan. 
Oliver, W End H Assn. 
OliuMlead, University H 

-•Vssn. 
OInej Place, bet Town- 
send and King fm Ham- 
mond SW. 
Oneida Avenue. San 

Miguel, W End MapNsl. 
Oneida Place, bet 

Stockton and Dupont fm 

Sacramento S. 
Onondogra Avenue, 

San Miguel, W End Map 

Nol. 
OrcKon, bet Wa<<hington 

andJackson W fm Eastto 

Battery. 
Orizaba Avenue, City 

Land Assn. 
Orleann, bet Vermont 

and Mazzlnl fm Kansas 

SW to Tulare. 



OrMCnluH, B H, Gift Mop 

No 4. 
Otaeiro Avenue, San 

Miguel, W End Map No 1. 
Ottawa. San Miguel, W 

End Map No 1. 
Ottllla,Vlsltaclon Valley. 
OjKford. University H 

Assn. 
P, bet and Q fm Ninth av 

P, South S F, fm First ov 

SW to Potrero av. 
Pacific, bet Jackson and 
Broadway W fm East. 
J^treet N. side. 

East 

Drumm 2 

Davis 100 

Front ^. 200 

Battery .". 300 

Sansome 400 

Ohio 

Montgomery 500 

Montgomery avenue 

Kearijy 600 

Bartlett 

Dupont 700 

Pacific place 

Sullivan alley 

Ellick alley 

Stockton 80O 

Virginia ulace 

Virginia 

Powell 900 

Keyes alley 

Scott place 

Mason 1000 

.\i'.biirn 

Salmon 

Hunmelmann place 

Taj lor 1100 

Jones 1200 

Leavenworth laOO 

Burgoyne place 

Hyde 1400 

McCormick 

Morrell place 

Fourth place 

Larkin 1500 

Polk 1600 

Van Ness avenue 1700 

Franklin 1800 

Gough 1900 

( ictavia 2000 

Lagnnn 21U0 

Buchanan 2200 

Webster 2300 

Fillmore 2400 

Stelner 2500 

Pierce 2C00 

Scott 2700 

Devlsadero 2800 

Broderlck 2!i00 

Baker :«)00 

Lyon 3100 

Central avcnue.'„ ICOO 

Walnut 3300 

Laurel 3400 

Locust 3500 

Spruce 3600 

Maple 3700 

Cherry 3800 

First avenue 

Pacific Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Broadway S. 
Pacific Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Pa- 
cific N. 
Page, bet Halght ond Oak 
W fm Junction Franklin 
and Market. 
Street. N. side. 

Market and Fronklln 2 

Gough- 100 

Octavia 2t'0 

Laguna 300 

Buchanan 400 

Webster 500 

Flllpiore 600 

Stelner ; 700 

Pierce 800 

Scott 900 

Devlsadero 1000 

Broderlck 1100 

Baker, 1200 



Lyon.. 



.1300 



Lott 1400 

Matonic avenue ISOO 

Ashbury _ 1600 

Clayton 1700 

Cole 1800 

Shrader 1900 

Stanyan f. 

Golden Gate Park 

Palmer, Falrmotmt 
Tract. 

Paria, Excelsior H Assn. 

Park Avenue, bet Finb 
and Sixth im-Ilarrlson to 
Bryant. 

Park Avenue, bet Mar- 
ket and the CIt. Hall SW 
fm McAllister to Larkin. 

Park liane North, bet 
Bryant ond Brannan fm 
Second to Third. 

Park lianc South, bet 
Bryant and Bruiman fm 
Third to (Xntral p|. 

Park Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Second E. 

Parker, B H. 

Pattrriton, B H, Gift 
Map No 4. 

Pau, Belle Roche City. 

Paul, B H, (iitt Map No 4. 

Pearl, bet Valencia and 
Guerrero fm Market to 
KIdley. 

Pennnylvanla Av- 
enue, bet Iowa and Mis- 
sissippi fm Center S to 
Tulare. 

Pcrinc, bet California and 
Sacramento im Stelner to 
Pierce. 

Perry, bet Harrison and 
Bryant fm SE of Third to 
Fifth. 

Persia Avenue, Excel- 
sior H Assn. 

PfeifTer, bet Chestnut 
and Francisco fm E s Du- 
pont to Stockton. 

Pierce, bet Stelner and 
Scott N fm Waller to 
Lewis. 

Street. E. side. 

Waller 2 

Halght 100 

Page 200 

Oak 300 

Fell 40Q 

Hoyes 

Alamo Squure 

Fulton 700 

McAllister 800 

Tyler. 900 

Turk 1000 

Eddy 1100 

Ellis 1200 

O'Farrell 1300 

Geary 

Hamilton Square 

Post 1500 

Sutter. IflOO 

Bush _ 1700 

Pine 1800 

California 19oO 

Perlne 

Sacramento 2000 

Clav 

Alta Plaza 

Jackson 2300 

Pacific 2400 

Broadway 2500 

Vallejo 2600 

Green 2700 

Union 2800 

Filbert 2900 

Greenwich 8000 

Lombard 3100 

Chestnut 3200 

Froncl.-ico 3300 

Bay 43400 

North Point 3800 

Beach 3600 

Jefferson 3700 

Tonquin 3800 

Lewis 

Pine, bet Bush and Cali- 
fornia W fm Market to 
Central av. 



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street. N. tide. 

Market and Pavis 2 

Front 100 

Battery 200 

SansotDP 300 

Laura place 

Montgomery 400 

Belden 

Ru68 alley 

Kearny 500 

Brown's alley 

St Mary's place 

•Central place 

Qulncy 

(Jntncy place 

Diipont BOO 

Stockton 700 

Munroe 

Prospect place 

Powell 800 

Mason 900 

Jane place 

Tavlor 1000 

Jones 1100 

Touchard 

Leavenworth 1200 

Hyde , 1300 

Larkin 1400 

Polk 1500 

Van Ncs8 avenue 1600 

Franklin 1700 

Gmigh 180n 

Octavia 1900 

Laguna 2000 

Buchanan 2100 

Webster 2200 

MUdle 

Fillmore 2300 

Stelner 2-100 

Pierce 2.500 

Scott 2600 

Devlsadero 2700 

Broderick 2800 

Baker 2900 

Lyon 3000 

Central avenue 

PInhney Place, bet 

Kearny and Uupont I'm 

Broadway to Vallejo. 
Plxlcy, bet Filbert and 

■Greenwich fm Buchanan 

to Stelner. 
P ant, bet Sacra- 

mento and Cloy fm Taylor 

to Jones. 
Plumas, bet Mendocino 

anil Fref no Im the bay W 

to First nv. 
PocahoniaM, B H. 
Point liobott Avenue, 

bet Clement and A fm 

Central av west. 
Street. E. aide. 

Polk, bet liarkln and Van 

Ness Ave N fm Blarket to 

LcwlB 

Market and Fell 2 

Hoyes 100 

Ivy 

Grove 200 

Blfth 

Fulton 300 

Ash 

McAllister 400 

Locust 

Tyler 500 

Elm Avenue , 

Turk 600 

Laurel avenue 

E<ldy 700 

Willow avenue 

Ellis 800 

Olive a venue 

O'Farrcll 900 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary 1000 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1100 

Walnut avenue 

Sutter 1200 

Fern avenue 

Bush 1300 

Austin 

Pine 1400 

California 1800 

Sacramento 1600 

Clay 1700 

WMhlngton 1800 



Jackson 1900 

Pacific 2000 

Broadway 2100 

Vallejo 2200 

Green 2300 

Union 2400 

Filbert 2500 

Greenwich 2600 

Lombard 2700 

Chestnut 2800 

Francisco 2900 

Bay 3000 

North Point 3100 

Beach 3200 

Jefferson 3300 

Tonquin 3400 

Lewis 

Polk X^ane, bet Paclflc 
and Broadwav fm Stockton 
E. 
Pollard Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Vallejo N. 
Pollock, South S F, bet 
Water Front and Von 
Schmidt fm Twenty- 
lourth ar SW to county 
line. 
Pope, San Miguel, W End 

Map No 1. 
Porter, B H. 
Porter Avenue, San 
MlHUJ-1, W End Jlap No 2. 
Port»iiuoutl9 Square, 
bet (.!lay and \Va.shinKton, 
Kearny and Brenham pi. 
Post, bet Geary and Sutter 
Wfni Junction Blarket and 
Montgomery to Central ar 
Street. N. side. 
Slarket and Montgom- 
ery 2 

Lick place 

Kearny 100 

Gardner 

Dupont 200 

Stockton 300 

Union Square 

I'owtll 400 

Mason 500 

Tavlor 600 

William 

Jones 700 

Leavenworth 800 

Hyde 900 

Meachom place 

Larklo 1000 

Polk 1100 

Van Ness avenue 1200 

Franklin 1.300 

Gough 1400 

Octavla imjO 

Laguna 1600 

Buchanan 1700 

Webster 1800 

Fillmore IIKX) 

Stelner 2000 

Hamilton Square „ 

Pierce 2100 

Scott 2200 

Devlsfldero 2:«)0 

Broderick 2400 

Baker 2500 

Lyon 2600 

Cemetery avenue 

Central avenue 

Potrero Aveuue, bet 
Utah and Uumpshira fm 
Braunan S to Prcclta 
(Jreek aud fm Islals Creek 
S, South S F. 
Potter, bet Eleventh and 
Brady Cm Market SE to 
Mission. 
Powell, bet Stockton and 
Mason fm Market to Jef- 
lerson. 
Street. E. tide. 

Market ond Eddy 2 

Ellis 100 

U'FarrtU 200 

Geary 300 

Union Square 

Post 400 

Sutter 600 

Ankeny place 

Bush 600 

Fella place 



Pine 700 

California 800 

Sacramento 900 

Clav 1000 

Washington 1100 

Jackson 1200 

John 

Caroline place 

Pailtlc 1300 

Broadway 1400 

Vallejo 1500 

Grten 1600 

Union 1700 

Montgomery avenue 

Filbert „ 1800 

Greenwich 1900 

Lombard 2000 

Newhall 

Chestnut 2100 

Francisco 2200 

Vande water 

Bay 2300 

North Pc#>t 2400 

Beach 2500 

Jefferson 

Powhattan, B H. 
Prague, Excelsior H Ass, 
Pratt, bet Branuau and 

Townsend fm Seventh 

SW. 
Pratt Place, N s Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 

Powell. 
Precita Avenue, B H. 
Precita Place, B H. 
Prentiss, B H. 
Priest, bet Jones and 

Leavenworth fm Clay to 

Washington. 
Prim. San Miguel, W End 

Blap No 2. 
Princeton, University H 

Assn. 
Prinsle Court, bet 

Sansomeand Montgomery 

fm Greenwich N. 

Prospect Avenue, B H 
Prospect Place, B H. 
Prospect Place, bet 

Stooiton and Powell Im 
Pin? to Clay. 

Pulaski, B H. 

Putnam, B H. 

Q, Soulh S F, fm First ar 
SW to Potrero av. 

Q, bet P and U fm Tenth 
av west. 

Quincy, bet Kearny and 
Diipont fm Pine to Culi- 
fornia. 

Qulncy Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Pine S. 

Quinn, bet Bidlcy aud 
Fourteenth fm E of Valen- 
cia W to Guerrero. 

R, bet Q and S fm Eleventh 
av west 

R, South S F, fm Tslals SW 
to Sllvemv. 

Railroad Avenue, 
South S F, fni second av 
SW to San Bruno av ur 
Thirty-ninth av. 

Railroad Avenue, 
.South S F, IniKallroad and 
Twentieth avs W to San 
Bruno av bet Henry and 
Sililman. 

Railroad Avenue, fm 
IJi-rnai av S. 

Railway Avenue, bet 
Seventoinith and Eight- 
eenth fm Dolores E. 

Randall, Falrmount 
Tract. 

Randall, bet Leaven- 
worth aud Hyde fm Green- 
wich N. 

Randolph, City Land 
Assn. 

Raphael Place, bet 
'i'aylor and Musuu fui 
(t'Farrell N. 

R a .V n o I d •, Vlsltaclon 
Valley. 



Reed, bet Jones and Leav- 
enworth fm Clay to Wash- 
ington. 

Reed Place, bet Mont- 
gomerv and Kearny fm 
Green .S. 

Reservoir, bet Kate and 
Fourteenth fm Market W. 

Rhine, San Miguel, W End 
Map No 2. 

Rhode Island, bet De 
Haro and Kansas fm 
Eighth S tn Precita Creek. 

Rice, San Miguel. W End 
Map No. 2. 

Richmond (see Halleck) 

Rickard, University U 
Assn. 

Ridley, bet Hermann and 
Fourteenth fm Mission W 
to Pevisadero. 

Rincon Avenue, bet 
Brannan and Townsend 
fni Second to Japan. 

Rincon Court, bet Fol- 
somand Harrison fm Main 
SW. 

Rincon Place, bet First 
and Second fm Harrison to 
Frederick. 

Ringold, bet Folsom and 
Harilsoii fm Eighth to 
Ninth. 

Ritch, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Folsf)m SE. 
Street. W. tide. 

Folsom 2 

Louise 

('lara 

Bryant 200 

Brannan..... 300 

Townsend 

RMfer, bet Seventh and 
Eighth SE fm Harrison. 

Roa<'h, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Filbert to Green- 
wich. 

Roanoke, Falrmount 
Tract. 

Rondell Place, bet 
Mission and Valencia 

Rose, Falrmount Tract 

Rose, B H, Gilt Map No 4. 

Rose, bet Halght and 
Pasie fm Market W. 

Rosencrans, B H. 

RosH Alley, bet Wash- 
ington niKl Jackson fm 
Dupont W. 

Ronsch, bet Seventh and 
Eighth I'm Howard to Fol- 
som. 

Rowland Alley, bet 
JlontgotniTy and Keorny 
Im Broadway S. 

Rums, bft Sl.\lh and Sev- 
enth im Minna to Folsom. 

Runs Alley, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
I'liie to Bush. 

Russell, bet Green and 
Union tni Ilydo W. 

Russia Avenue, Excel- 
sior H Assn. 

Rutledicc Aveuue, B 
H. 

H, South S F, fm Third av 
SW to Nebr isko. 

H, bei K and T fm cast of 
Twelilh nv west. 

Sacramento, bet Call- 
iDriila and Clay west ftu 
Market. 
Street. y. tide. 

Market aud East 2 

Drumm '00 

Davis 200 

Front 300 

Batt.-ry 400 

,s«ns<ime 500 

Leldosdorfl'. ..~... 

Montgomery 600 

Webb 

Kearny 700 

Dupont 800 

Mavorly place 

(Inelda place 

Brooklyn place 



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Stockton * 900 

Prospect place 

Miles place 

Powell. ..1000 

GubUvus 

Tay 

Maeon HOD 

Cushman 

Terba Buena 

Taylor 1200 

Jones 1300 

Leroy place 

Leavenworth 1400 

Kimball place 

Hyde 1500 

LarkiD 1600 

Polk 1700 

Van NesB avenue 1800 

Franklin 1900 

Gough 2000 

Lafayette Park _ 

Octavia 

Laguna 2200 

Buchanan 2300 

Webster 2400 

Fillmore 2500 

Stetner 2600 

Pierce 2700 

Scott 2800 

Devlsadero 2900 

Broderick 3000 

Baker 3100 

Lyon 3200 

Central avenue 3300 

Walnut 3400 

Laurel 3500 

Locust 3600 

Spruce 3700 

Maple 3800 

Cherry 3900 

First av 

Sadowa, R K U Assn. 
Sagamore, B K H Assn. 
Salmon, bet Mason and 
Taylor fm Pacific to B0ad- 

Salb'me, B H, Gift Map 

No 4. 
SamoHer. B H. 
San Brnno ATenae, 

South S F, bet Potrero av 
and GIrard fm Islals 
Creek S. 

San Bruno Arenue, 
.Snn Miguel, W End Map 
Nol. 

San Brnno Road (Old) 
tm I'rpclta Creek nr Ne- 
braska S. 

San Joae ATenne, fm 
Castro (Falrmoimt Tract) 
SW to county line. . 

San Jose Avonne, fm 
Twenty-second bet Valen-' 
cla and Guerrero SW. 

Sanchez, bet Church and 
Noe Im Ridley S to Thir- 
tieth. 

Sansome, bet Battery 
and Montgomery N fm 
Market to Chestnut. 

Street. E. tide. 

Market and Sutter 2 

Bush 100 

Pine 200 

California 300 

Halleck 

Sacramento 400 

Commercial 

Clay 500 

Merchant 

Washington VX) 

Jackson 700 

Gold 

Pacific 800 

Broadway 900 

Vallejo „ 1000 

Green 1100 

Union „ laOO 

Alta 

Filbert 1300 

Greenwich 1400 

Lombard loOO 

Chestnut 

Santn <'lar», bet Center 

ami Miirlpofa fm the bay 

W to Harrison. 



Schiller, San Miguel, W 

Knd Map No 2. 
Schneider, S of Bcrna- 
dotte fm Islals Creek Chan- 
nel N K to Seventh av. 
Schu.vler. B H. 
Schwerln, Vlsltaclon 

Valley. 
Scotland, bet Powell and 
Mason f m Filbert to Green- 
wich. 
Scott, bet Plerc« and De- 
vlsadero N fm Ridley to 
Lewis. 
Street. E. tide. 

Ridley 2 

Waller lOO 

Halght 200 

Page 300 

Oak! ■'.-... «» 

Fell 500 

Hayes 600 

Alamo Square 

Grove » 700 

Fulton W. 800 

McAllister 900 

Tvler 1000 

Turk 1100 

Eildv 1200 

Ellis 1300 

O'KarreU 1400 

Geary 1500 

Hamilton Square 

Post 1600 

Sutter 1700 

Bush 1800 

Pine 1900 

California 2000 

Sacramento 2100 

Clay 2200 

AVashington 2300 

Jackson :...2400 

Pacific , 2500 

Broadway 2600 

Vallelo 2700 

Green 2800 

Union 2900 

Filbert 3000 

Greenwich 3100 

Lombard 3200 

Chestnut 3300 

Francisco 340O 

Bav I....3500 

North Point 3600 

Bench 3700 

Jefferson 3800 

Tonquin 3900 

Lewis 

Scott, B H. 

Scott Place, bet Powell 
and Mason fm Pacific to 
Broadway. 
Second, bet First and 
Third fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
Street. W. ride. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma.. , 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 

Vernon place 

Dow place 

Park place 

Harrison 400 

Silver 

Bryant 500 

North Park lane 

South yark 

De Boom 

Brannan 600 

Townsend 700 

Second ATCnue. bet 

Valencia .ind Guerrero fm 

Fifteenth to Seventeenth. 

Second A venae. South 

S F, fm Islajs to China. 
Second ATCnue, fm 
Presidio Reservation S to 
J. 
Sellna Plaftie, bet Du- 
pont and StoSiLton £m Cal- 
ifornia N. 



Senator, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Davis to 
Front. 

Seneca Arennc, San 
Miguel, W End Map No 1. 

Serpentine Avenue, 
fm Utah nr Yolo W to Old 
San Jose Koad. 

ScTcnteenth, bet Six- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
Harrison W to Clara av. 

Street. If. tide 

Harrison 2 

Treat avenn« 

Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

Howard 200 

Capp 

Mission 300 

HcflTs avenue 

Valencia. 500 300 

Mission avenne 

Second avenue 

Guerrero 500 fiOO 

Dolores 700 800 

Alemany avenue 

Church 700 

Sanchez 

Noe 

Castro 

Sherman 

Diamond 

Eureka. 

I)ougla6s 

Clara avenue 

ScTcnteenth ATenue, 

South S F, fm Islals Creek 

to Water Front. 
Seven teent h A wnne, 

fm Presidio Reservations. 
Seventh, bet Sixth and 

Eighth fm Market to 

Pennsylvania av 
Street. W. tide. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma.. ._ 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 

Drury lane 

Cleavcland 

Harrison 400 

Brvant 500 

Brannan 600 

Pratt 

Townsend 700 

King 

Berrv 800 

Channel 

i 
Seventh AvenncSouth 

8 F, fm Islals Creek to 

Water Front. 
Seventh Avenue, fm 

Presidio Ueservotlon south 

to N. 
Shakenpeare, BH. 
ShakeMpeare, San Mi- 
guel, \\' End Map No 2. 
Sharp Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hj-de fm 

Union 8. 
Shaiita. bet Napa and 

Slerro fm the bay W lo 

Delaware and fm Vermont 

to Utah 
Sheerer Place, bet 

Post and Sutter fm Mason 

W. 
Sheppard Place, bet 

Clay and Washington fm 

Mason E. 
Sheridan, bet Folsom 

and Harrison fm Tenth 

NE 
Sherntan, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm I^lsom to 

Harrison 
Sherman, bet Castro and 

Diamond fm Seventeenth 

S to Twenty-second 
Sherman, City LandAsi. 
Sherman Avenue, San 

Miguel, W End Map No 2. 



Sherwood Plaoe, Iwtt 
Mission and Howard fm 

Third NE. 
ShIeldM, Citv Land Assn. 
Ship, South S F, bet Dock 
and A fm Fifth av SW to 
county line. 
Shipley, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Fourth SW. 
Street. :V. tide. 

Fourth 2 

Fifth 100 

Willow 

Harrison avenue 300 

Eighth 

Shotwell, bet Howard 
and Folsom fm Fourteenth 
S to Serpentine av. 
Street. W. tide. 

Fourteenth 2 

Fifteenth lOO 

Sixteenth 200 

Seventeenth 300 

Eighteenth 400 

Nineteenth 500 

Twentieth 600 

Twenty.flrst 700 

Twentv-sccond _ 800 

Twentv-thlrd 900 

Twenty -fourth 1000 

Twenty-fifth 1100 

Twenty-sixth 120O 

Serpentine avenue 

Shrader. bet Cole and 
Stnnyan S fm Fulton to 
Waller. 
Sicklea Avenue, San 
Miguel, W End Map No 2. 
SieKCl, B H. 
Sierra, bet Napa and Ne- 
vada fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 
Silllman, University E 

Assn. 
Silver, bet Harrison and 
Bryant fm Second to 
Fourth. 
Silver Avenue, South 
S F, fm Fifteenth av nr Q 
W to county road. 
Slmpiion Place, bet 
Harrison and Bryant fm 
First west 
Sixteenth, bet Fifteenth 
and Seventeenth fm Har- 
rison W to Castro. 
Street, 2f. ride. 

Harrison 800 

Treat avenue _ 

Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

Howard 600 

Capp 

Mission 500 

Hoff'f avenue 

First avenue 

Rondell place „ 

Valencia 3000 

Second avenue 

Guerrero 

Galindo alley 

Dolores 

Sixteenth Avenue, 
South S F. fm Islals Creek 
to Water Front, 
Sixteenth Avenne, 
fm Presidio Reservations. 
Sixth, bet Fifth and Sev- 
enth fm Market SE to Ten- 
nessee. 
Street. W. ride. 

Market ,_ 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie _ 

Mission 100 

Minna „„ 

Natoma 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clenjentino , 

Folsom 300 

Shipley ,_..^.._ 

Olara 

Harrl8on....„ 400 

Bryant ». 500 

Tllford _ 

Brannan 800 

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Townsend 700 

King 

Berry 800 

Channel 

Sixth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation south to 

K. 
Sixth ATenn*. South S 

F( I'm Islals Creek to 

^\ ater Front. 
Solano, bet Mariposa and 

Butte Im the bay W to 

Harrison. 
Sonoma, bet Nevada and 

Yolo fr the bay \Y to 

Minnesota, 
Sonoma Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 

Vallejo N. 
Sonora, bet Kearny and 

l)upont fm Green to 

Union. 
Sophie Terrace, bet 

Dnpont and Stockton fm 

Pine N. 
Soulh, S of Hubbell SW 

fni Kentucky to Center. 
South ATfnue, B H. 
South l*nrk, bet Bryant, 

Brannan, Second and 

Third. 
Soutit Park Alley, 

bet Sjiitli I'ark and Bran- 
nan fm Third W. 
South Park liane, 

bet Brvant and Branuan 

fill Central pi to Third. 
Spear, bet Steuart and 

Main fm Market SK to the 

bay. 
Street. W. side. 

Market 2 

Mission 100 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 

Harrison 400 

Bryant 

Spotford, bet Dupont and 

Stockton fm Clay to Wash- 

lUKton. 
SprinK, bei Montgomery 

and Kearny fm Calilomla 

to Summer. 
Spruce, bet Locust and 

Maple fm California N. 
St. Chitrlen, bet Pacific 

and Broadway fm Kearny 

E. 
St. Charlen Place, bet 

Vallejo and Green fm 

Kearnv W. 
St. l.onlB Alley, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fm 

Jackson S. 
St. nark's Place (See 

Mort(jn Street) 
St. nary'n Place, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 

Pine to California. 
St. Vincent !See Vincent) 
Stundinh, B H. 
Stanford, betSecond and 

Third fm Bronnan to 

Townsend. 
Stanley, City Land .^ssn. 
Stanley <'ourt, K b 

Stanley pi bet Harrison 

and Bryant. 
Stanley Place, bet 

First and Second fm Har- 
rison to 5 of Bryant. 
Star, B H. 

State, City Land Assn. 
Stanyan, bctShrader and 

Golden ate Park fm Ful- 
ton S. 
Steiner, betKlllniore and 

Pierce N fm BIdley to 

Lewis. 
Street. E. side. 

Ridley 2 

Kate 100 

Waller 200 

HalRht 300 

Page , 400 

Oak 500 

Fell 600 

Haves 700 



Alamo Square 

Grove 800 

Fulton 900 

McAllister 1000 

Tvler 1)00 

Turk 1200 

E.ldv 1300 

Kills 1400 

Bylngton 

O'Farrell 1500 

Geary 1600 

Hamilton Squore 

Post 1700 

Sutter 1800 

Bush 1900 

Wlldey 

Pine 2000 

California 2100 

Perlne 

Sacramento 2200 

Clay 2300 

Altn Plaza 

Washington 2400 

Jackson 2500 

PaclUc 2600 

Broadway 2700 

Vullejo 2800 

Green 2900 

Union 3000 

Filbert 3100 

PIxley 

GreenwIah 3200 

Moulton 

Lombard 3300 

Chestnut 3400 

Francisco 3500 

Bav 3600 

North Point 3700 

Beach ...3800 

JelTersou 3900 

Tonquln 4000 

Steuart, bet Fast and 

Spear fm Market SK to the 

bay. 
Street. W. tide. 

Market 2 

Mission 100 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 

Harrison 

Stereloe Place, bet 

Ellis and OTorrell fm 

Jones E. 
Stevenson, bet Market 

and Mission fm First SW. 
Street. N. aide. 

First 2 

Ecker 

Second 100 

New Montgomery 

Annie 

Third _ 200 

Fourth 

Fifth 400 

Sl.\th 500 

Seventh .600 

Eighth 700 

Stevenson Avenue, 

8 s Valencia bet Hermann 

and Brady. 
Stockton, bet Dupont 

and Powell N fm Market 

to Beach. 
Street. E. tide. 

Market and £lll8 2 

O'Farrell 100 

Geary 200 

Union Square 

Morton 

Post 300 

Stockton place 

Sutter 400 

Itush 600 

Kmma 

Pine 600 

California. 700 

Emmet place 

.Sacramento 800 

Clay 000 

Washington 1000 

Jackson I 00 

Pacific 1200 

Polk lane 

Broadway 1300 

Vallejo 1400 

Card's alley 

Montgomery avenne 

Green 16(iO 



Union lOUO 

Washington Square 

Filbert 1700 

Greenwich 1800 

Lombard 1900 

Newhall 

Chestnut 2000 

Pfelfier 

Francisco 2100 

Bay 2200 

NorthPoint 2300 

Beach 

Stockton Place, bet 
Post and Sutler fm Dupont 
to Stockton. 
Stone, bet Stockton and 
Powell fm Waslilngton to 
Jackson. 
Stourir Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Washington to Jackson. 
Strinshnm, B H, Gin 

Map No 4. 
Sullivan, bet Carl and 

G rattan Im Cole W. 
Sullivan, B H. 
Sullivan, VIsitaclon Val- 
ley. 
Sullivan Alley, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Pacific to Jackson. 
Sullivan Alley, bet 
First and Second fm Mis- 
sion to Minna. 
Summer, bet Pine and 
California fm Montgomery 
to Kearny 
Sumner, B H. 
Sumner, betSeventh and 

Eighth fm Howard SE. 
Sutter, bet Post and Bush 
W (m Market to Central. 
av. 
Street. N. side. 

Sansome and Market 2 

Montgomery 100 

Trinity 

Lick place 

Kearny 200 

Clara lane 

Dupont 300 

Stockton 400 

Powell 500 

Mason GOO 

Taylor 700 

Jones 800 

Leavenworth 900 

Hyde 1000 

Larkln ^ "(* 



Polk.. 

Van NesB avenue i:i00 

Franklin 1400 

Gough 1500 

Octavio IKOO 

Laguna 170O 

Buchanan : 180O 

Webster 1900 

Fillmore 2000 

Steiner 2100 

Pierce 2200 

.Scott 2300 

Devlsadero 2400 

Broderlck 2500 

Baker 260O 

Lyon 2700 

Cemetery avenue 

Central avenue 

Swan, B H, Gift Map No 

4. 
Sweeny, University II 

Assn. 
Sweet, bet Taylor and 

Jones fm Broadway to 

Vallejo. 
T, .South S F, fm Seventh 

av SW to Tenth av. 
T, bet S and U fm Twelfth 

av west. 
Tara, San Miguel, W end 

Map No I. 
Tay, bet Powell and 

Mason fm Sacramento to 

Clay. 
Taylor, bet Mason and 

Jones N fm Market to 

Jefferson. 

Street. E. tide. 
Market and TyUr 2 



Turk 100 

Eddy 200 

Ellis 300 

O'Farrell 400 

Geary 500 

Oak place 

Taylor place 

Adelaide place 

Post 600 

Lewis 

Sutter 700 

Bush 800 

Pine 900 

California 1000 

Sacramento 1100 

Pleasant 

Clav 1200 

Washington 1300 

Jackson 1400 

Pacific 1500 

Bernard 

Broadway 1600 

Falcon place 

Vallejo 1700 

Green 1800 

Lincoln 

Union 1900 

Filbert 2000 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich..-. 2100 

Lombard 22u0 

Montgomery avenue 

Chestnut 2300 

Houston 

Water •... 

Francisco 2400 

Vande water 

Buy 2500 

North Point 2600 

Beach 2700 

Jell'erson 

Taylor Place, bet Post 

and Geary fm Taylor E. 
Taylor Place, bet 

I'nlon and Filbert fm 1914 

Taylor. 
Tehama.bet Howard and 

Folsom fm First SW. 
Street. A', side. 

First _ 2 

Second 100 

Hubbard 

Third 200 

Fourth 300 

Fifth 400 

Eighth 700 

Tehama Place, bet 

Howard and Folsom (m 

First NE. 
1200 i Telegraph Place, bet 



Greenwich and Lombard 

I'm Good-Children E. 
Temple, nr Noe. 
Tennenaecbet Kentucky 

and MfVinesota fm South S 

to Tulare. 
Tenth, bet Ninth and 

Eleventh ftn Market SE 

to Mission Creek. 
Street. »f. tide. 

Market 2 

Jessie - 

Mission 100 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 

Sheridan 

Harrison 4<Xi 

Bryant 500 

Tenth A venue, S<iuth S 
F, fni lalBlB Creek to Water 
Front. 

Tenth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Besi rvatlon south to 

y. 
Tevia, South S F, bet Von 

Schuililt and Dock fm 

Water FrontSW tocounty 

line. 
Tevia, l>et Third and 

Fourth fin King to Berry. 
Texas, bet MIsslMlppI 

and .Missouri fm Center S 

to Tiilarr. 
Theresa, Academy Tract. 
Third, l>rt Second and 

Fourth fm Markat SE to 

Channell. 



102 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



htreeL W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 

Sllnna 

Sherwood place 

Everett 

Hunt 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Dlenientlna 

Noble place 

Folsom 300 

Verona 

Harrison 400 

Perry 

Silver 

Bryant 500 

Park lane north 

South Park 

Park lane south 

lirannan 600 

Townsend 700 

KInK 

Berry... 800 

Channel 

Third Avennei fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation couth to 
J. 

Third Averfue, South 
S K.lin iRlftls to Drv Dock. 

Thirteenth, bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth fm Mis- 
sion ea8t<'rly to Treat av. 

Thirteenth Avenue, 
fni Prebkllo Reservation 
south to U. 

Thirteenth Avenue, 
South S F,fm Islals Oreek 
to ^V■oter Front. 

Thirtieth, S of Pav fm 
Mission W to Belle vue. 

Tliirtieth Avenue, fm 
I'reslcllo Reservation S. 

Thirtieth Avenue, 
.South S F, fm I'utrero av 
S to county line. 

Thirty-eiflThth Av. 
enne, fm City Cemetery 

Tlilrty-eiBhth Av- 
enue. South S F, fm Rail- 
nmcl av S to county line. 

Thirty-fifth Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Thirty-finh Avenue, 
South S F, fm Kallroud av 
S to county line. 

Thirty-liritt Avenue, 
fm I'rcskllo Reservation S. 

Thirtj'-firitt Avenue, 
South S F, fm Railroad av 
S to rountv line. 

Thirty - fourth Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirtr • fourth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

Thirty - ninth Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 

Thiirty - ninth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
ilnc. 

Thirty - Keeond Av- 
enue, fra J'reslillo Res- 
ervation H. 

Thirty - seeond Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

Thirty • aeventh Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - aeventh Av- 
enue, South 8 F, (m 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

Thlrty-«lxth Avenue, 
fm City CcuKMerv S. 

Thlrty-aixtliAvenue, 
South S F, fm Railroad av 
S to county Hoe, 



Thirty - third Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 
Thirty • third Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 
Thompnon Avenue, 
bet Second and Third fm 
Brannan S. 
Thornton, City Land 

Assn. 
Til ford, bet Brvant and 

Brannan fm Sl.xth NE. 
TinKley. Academy Tract. 
Tobln. VIsllacloD* Valley 
ToinaHa, B H. 
Tonquin, bet .TefTcrson 
and Lewis W fm Larkln 
to Presidio Reservation 
TorreuK Court, -bet 
Hyde and Larkln fm Clay 
N. 
Torrena Place, bet 
Clay and Sacramento, Du- 
pont and Stockton. 
Touehard, bet Jones and 

Leavenworth fm Pine S. 
Townsend. bet Brannan 
and KluK S\V from First 
to Eighth. 
Street. N. side. 

First 2 

.John 

Gale 

Second 100 

Stamford 

Hammond place 

Clarence place 

Third 200 

RItch 

Liberty 

Crook _ 

Fourth 300 

Fifth 400 

Sixth 500 

Gilbert 

Seventh 600 

Mission Creek 

Elphth 

Treat Avenue, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm 
Thirteenth 8 to Serpentine 
av. 
Trinity, bet MontRomery 
and Kearnv fm Sutter to 
Bush. 
Truett, bet Clay and 
WashlugtoDfm Mason W. 
Tulure, bet Marin and 
Islals Creek Channel Ini 
I the bav W to Orleans. 
TurU, l>et Tyler and Eddy 
W fni Junction Mason and 
Market. 
Street. A', side. 

Market and Mason 2 

Margaret place 

Taylor 100 

Jones aoO 

Leavenworth :W0 

Hyde 400 

Dodge 

Larkln 500 

Polk 600 

Van Ness avenue 700 

Franklin 800 

Oough 

JetTerson Square 

Lacuna 1100 

Buchanan 1200 

Webster 1300 

Fillmore 1400 

Stelner 1800 

Pierce 1600 

Scott 1700 

Adams 

DevUadero 1800 

Broderick I'.OO 

Baker 2' 00 

Lvon 2100 

Lott 2200 

Masonic avenue 

Calvary Cemetery 

Masonic Cemetery 

Parker avenue 

Odd Fellows Cemetery.. 
First avenue 



Tweinh, bet Eleventh 
aiidThlrtcenth fm Mission 
BE to Harrison. 
Street. W. side 

MlBsion 2 

Glen Park avenue 

Howard 100 

Folsom 100 

Harrison 

Twelfth Avenue, fm 
Presidio Reservation 

south to T. 
Twelfth Avenue. 

South S F, fm Islals Creek 
to Water Front. 
Twentieth, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twenty-Ur.-it 
fm Harrison W to Doug- 
lass. 
Twentieth Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation 
8. 
Twentieth Avenue, 
South S F, fm A north to 
Utah. 
Twenty-eiffhth, bet 
Duncan and Valley fm Old 
Ban Jose Road W to Bel- 
levue. 
Twenty-elarhth Av- 
enue, Im Presidio Beser- 
vatlon S. 
Twenty-«l|ch«h Av- 
enue, South S F, fm Po- 
trero av g to county line, 
Twenty-fifth, bet Twen- 
ty-fourth and Twenty- 
sixth fm Potrero av W to 
High. 
Twenty-flfth Avenue 
fm Presidio Reservation 
S. 
Twenty-fifth Avenue 
■South S F.fm WaterFrout 
N to Railroad av. 
Twenty-first, bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-second 
fm Potrero av W to Eu- 
reka. 
Twenty-flrMtAvenne, 
fm Prosldio Reservations. 
Twenty-ftmtAvcnue, 
South S F, fm A north to 
Silver i:v. 
Twenty • fourth, bet 
Twenty-third and Twcn- 
ty-nfth fm Potrero av W 
to Bellevue. 
Twenty - fourth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twent.T - fourth Av- 
enue, South S F, (ni 
Water Front X to Ral.road 
av. 
Twenty-ninth, bet Val- 
lelo and Day fm Mission 
Wto Bellevue. 
Twenty • ninth Av- 
enue, fm I'resldio Res- 
ervotlon S. 
Twenty - ninth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm Po- 
trero av S to county line. 
Twenty - aecond, bet 
Twentv-flrst and Twentv- 
thlrd fm Polrero av W to 
Ocean Roail. 
Twenty - aecond Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - aeeond Av- 
enue, South S F, fm A 
north to Silver av. 
Twenty - aeventh, bet 
Army and Duncan fm fild 
San Jose Road W to Belle- 
vue. 
Twenty-aeventh Av- 
enue, fm PreKldIo Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty-aeventh Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to County 
Line. 
Twenty • aixth, bet 
Twenty-Ufth and Array 
fm York to Ocean Rood. 



Twenty • alxth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - alxth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Water Front N to Rail- 
road av. 
Twenty • third, bet 
Twenty-second and Twen- 
ty-fourth fm Potrero av W 
la Donglara. 
Twenty - third Av, 
enue, fra Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - third Av- 
enue, South S F. fm A 
north to y. 
Tyler, bet McAllister and 
Turk W fra Junction Tay- 
lor and Market. 
Street. N. tide. 

Market and Taylor 2 

Jones VX> 

Leavenworth 200. 

Dale place 

Hvde 300 

Larkln 400 

Polk BOO 

Van Ness ovenue 80O 

Franklin 700 

Cough 800 

Jefferson Square 

octavla 900 

Laguna lOOO 

Buchanan IIOO 

Webster 1200 

Fillmore 130O 

Stelner 1400 

Pierce 1500 

Scott 180O 

Adams 

Devlsadero 1700 

Broderick 1800 

Baker 1900 

Lvon 2000 

Lbtt ; 2100 

Masonic avenue 

Masonic Cemetery 

Tyaon Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell tox Wash- 
ington S. 
V, bet T and V fm Thir- 
teenth av west. 
IJnadllla Avenue.San 
Miguel, W end Map No 1. 
Union, bet Green ond 
Filbert W fm Front to 
Presidio Reservation. 
Street. A', side. 

Front 2 

Battery lOO 

Gaines 

Sansome 200 

Calhoun 

Montgomery SCO 

Vincent 

Kearny 400 

Flll>ert place 

Sonora 

Lafayette place 

Varennes 

Dupont 800 

Cadcll avenue..., 

Union place 

Bannam place 

Jasper place 

Graham place 

Stflckton 600 

Washington Square 

Montgomery avenue 

Powell 700 

Mason 800 

Taylor — WO 

Eliza place 

Jones 1000 

Bay View place 

Leavenworth 1100 

Sharp place 

Hvde 1200 

West End alley 

Moore place 

Larkln 1800 

Polk 1400 

Van Ness avenue ISOO 

Franklin 180O 

Gough 1700 

Octavia 1800 

Lagana 190O 



STREET GUIDE. 



103 



Buchanan 2000 

Webster 2100 

Fillmore 2200 

Stelner 2.'i00 

Pierce ; 2400 

Scott 2500 

Devlsadero 2600 

Brodcrlck 2700 

Baker 2800 

PreKlillo Keservutlon.... 
Union Avenue, B H. 
Union Place, bc( Dii- 

pont ami ' Stockton fm 

Green to Union. 
Union Sfiuare, bet 

Powell, Stockton, Post and 

Geary, 
Utah, bet Nebraska and 

Potrero av fm Mission 

Creek S to Preclta Creek 

and fiin Islals Creek south. 

South S. F. 
University, University 

H Assn. 
V, bet U and W fm Four- 
teenth av west. 
Valencia, bet Guerrero 

and Mission fm Market S 

to Twenty -nitith. 
Street. W. ride. 

Market 2 

Stevenson avenue 

Hermann 100 

Ridley 200 

Qulnn 

Brosnan 

Fourteenth 300 

Fifteenth -lOO 

Sl.\tecnth 500 

Seventeenth 600 

Cedar isne 

Willow 

Eighteenth 700 

Nineteenth 800 

Columbia 

Twentieth 900 

Liberty 

Twentv-tlrst. 1000 

Twenty-second 1100 

Twentv-thlrd 1200 

Twenty-fourth 1300 

Twenty-flfth 140ii 

Twenty-sixth 1500 

Vallcjo, bet Broadway 

and (ireen W fm Davis. 
Street. jV. side. 

Davis 2 

Front 100 

Balterv 200 

Goat alley 

Sansome 300 

Ohio 

Hodges alley..... 

BarUd 

Montgomery 400 

Kearn\' 500 

i'lnkney 

Sonoma place 

Pollard place 

Marparet place 

Dupont eOO 

Montgomery avenae .. .. 

Vallejo place 

Stockton 700 

Maiden lane 

Noonnn's alley 

Morey alley 

Powell 

fl'Connell place 

Washoe place 

Mason 900 

Vallejo court 

Taylor 1000 

Sweet 

Florence 

.loneB 1100 

Leavenworth 1200 

Hyde 1300 

White 

Larkln 140«1 

Polk 1,500 

Van Ness avenae 1600 

Franklin 1700 

Gniigh IHOO 

OctRvIa liKX) 

Lacuna 2000 

Buchanan 2100 

Webiter 2200 



Fillmore 2.100 

Stelner 240O 

Pierce 250O 

Scott 2600 

Devlsadero 2700 

Broderick 2800 

Baker -^ 2900 

Lyon 3000 

Central avenue 3100 

Walnut 3200 

Laurel 3300 

Locust _ 3400 

Spruce 

Vallejo Conr«, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Vallejo 
S. 

Vallejo Place, bet 

Montgomery av and Stock- 
ton fm Vallelo S. 

Valley, bet Twenty 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 
fm Old San Jose Koad W 
to Rellevue. 

Valparaiso, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich fm Mason 
to Jones. 

Van Ness Avenne, bet 
Polk and Franklin N fm 
Market to Lewis. 

Street. K. side. 

Market and Oak 2 

Hickorv 

Fell 100 

Linden 

Hayes.. 200 

Ivv 

Grove ; 300 

Birch 

Fulton 400 

Ash 

McAllister 500 

Locust 

Tyler GOO 

Kim avenue 

Turk 700 

Laurel avenue 

Eddy 800 

Willow avenue 

Ellis 900 

Oliv e avenue 

O'Farrell 1000 

Myrtle avenue 

Gcnry HOO 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1200 

Walnut avenne 

Sutter 1300 

Kern avenue 

Bush 1400 

Austin 

Pine 1500 

California IfiOO 

Sacromento 1700 

Clay 1800 

Washington 1900 

Jnrkson 2000 

Pacillc 2100 

Broad vray 2200 

Vallejo 2-':00 

Green 2400 

Union 2500 

Filbert 2600 

Greenwich 2700 

Lombard 2800 

Chestnut 2000 

Francisco 3000 

Bay 3100 

Government Reg 

North Point 3200 

Beach 3.100 

Jeflerson 3400 

Tonquln 3500 

Lewis 

Vandewatcr, bet Fran- 
cisco and Bav I'm Powell 
to Tayliir. 

Varennta, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fm Union to 
Filbert. 

Vaaaar Place, bcf Sec- 
ond and Third fm Harrl- 
-on SE 

Verniehr Place, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Kearny 
K. 



Vermont, bet Kansas 
and Nebraska fm Mission 
Creek to Preclta Creek and 
fm Silver av N, Souths F. 

Vernon, City Land Assn. 

Vernon Place, bet Fol- 
eom nnd Harrison fm Sec- 
ond W. 

Vernon Place, bet 
Green ond Union fm Hyde 
E. 

Vernon Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm 
Jackson S. 

Verona, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Third NE. 

ViekMburs, bet Church 
and Sanchez fm Twentv- 
flrst S to Twcntv-flfth. ' 

Victoria, City Lond Ass. 

Vienna, Excelsior II 
Assn. 

Vincent, bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny fm Green 
to Union. 

Virginia, bet Ohio and 
New York fm Water Front 
S to First av. 

Virginia, bet Stockton 
ami Powell fm Washing- 
ton to Pacific. 

Virginia Avenue,BH. 

Virginia Place, bet 
Pine and California fm 
Dupont W. 

Virginia Place, bet 
Powell and Stockton fm 
Broadway to Pacific. 

VlMilacion, Vlsltaclon 
Valley. 

Von »ichniidt. South S 
F, bet Pollock and Tevis 
fm Water Front SW to 
county line. 

IV, south of Vfm Fifteenth 
av west. 

Walbridge, Vlsltaclon 
Vallcv. 

fVall Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson N. 

Waller, bet Ridley and 
Haight W fm Octavla and 
Market. 

Walnut, bet Central av 
and Luurel fm Calllornia 
N. 

Walnut, City Land Assn. 

Walnut Avenue, bet 
Post and Sutter I'm Larkln 
to Laguna. 

W^ard, B H. 

Wartlen, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Francisco 
to Bay. 

'Warren, Falrmount 

Tract. 

Washington, bet Clay 
and Jackson W fm East. 
Street. N. tide. 

East 2 

Drumm.i 100 

Davis 200 

Cedar 

Front 300 

Battery 400 

Custom House place 

Sansome - 500 

Jones alley 

Montgomery 60o 

Montgomery avenue 

Dunbar alley 

Kearny 700 

Portsmouth Square 

Brenhum place 

Washington place 

Dupont 800 

Waverly place 

Stoiit's alley 

SiJOllord 

Stockton 000 

Havens place 

Virginia 

Tyson place 

Stone! 

Powel 1000 

Ciiilnian place 

Wetmore place 



Mason IIOO 

Taylor I20fi 

Eliza place 

Jones 1300 

Priest 

Reed 

Leavenworth ;i40 

Hyde isoo 

Larkln leoo 

Polk 1700 

Van Ness avenue 1800 

Franklin 190 

Oongh 2000 

Lafayette Park 

Octavla 2100 

Laguna 2200 

Buchanan XiOO 

Webster 2400 

Fillmore 2500 

Stelner 

Alta Plaza 

Scott 2800 

Devlsadero 2frO0 

Broderick 3000 

Baker...'. 3100 

Lyon 3200 

Central avenue 3300 

Wolnut 3400 

Laurel .1500 

I^ocust 3600 

Spruce .1700 

Mople 3800 

Cherry 3900 

First avenue 

Washington alley, 
bet Kearny and Dupont 
fm Washington to Jack- 
son. 
Washington Avenne 
bet Ninth and Tenth fm 
Mission to Howard. 
WaKhington Avenne 
B H. 
Washington M«iuare 
bet Powell, Stockton, Fil- 
bert and Un Ion. 
Washoe Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm Val- 
lejo N. 
Water, B H, Gift Map No 

Water, bet Chestnut ond 
I'"ranclsco fm Mason to 
Tavior. 
Water Front, fm Coun- 
ty Line northerly along 
the bav to Shasta. 
Wa terloo, B H, Gl 

Map No 4. 
Watso.n Place. Sa 
Miguel W End Map Nol. 
Watt Avenue, \v End 

H Assn. 
Waverl.v Place, l)ct 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Sacramento to Washing- 
ton. 
Wayland, UnlTersity H 

Assn. 
W^ayne, B H. 
Webb, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm California 
to Saeramento. ^ 

Webb Place, bet Green' 

and Union fm Mason W. 
Webster, bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny im Lom- 
bard to Chestnut. 
Webster, l>et Buchanan 
and Fillmore N fm Katu 
to Lewis. 

Street. E. tide 

Kate 2 

Germania - 

Waller 100 

Haight 200 

Kose 

Page - 300 

Lily ,^ 

Oak <00 

Hickory ,^ 

Fell - MO 

Linden - 

Hayes «» 

Ivy _. 

Grove — 700 

Birch 



164 



SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORY. 



Fulton 


snn 


Ash 


McAllister 


900 


Tyler _ 


1000 


Turk 


HOC 


Eddy 1 


1200 


Ellis 


1300 


ByliiKtoii 

O'FarrelL 


'.'."'.'.'.1400 
1500 


Post 


leu) 


Sutter ..„ 


1700 


Bush 


1800 


Wlldev 


Pine 


1900 


Callfornio 

Sacramento ..„ .... 
Clav 


2000 

2100 

2200 


Washington 


2300 

2400 


Pacific 


2500 


Broadway 

Vallcjo 


2600 

2700 


Green 


2800 




2'JOO 


Filbert 


3000 


Plxlcv 




3100 






. 3200 


Chestnut _ 


3300 






3400 


Bay 


3500 


North Point 


3600 



Beach 3700 

Jeirerson JSOO 

Tonouin 3SO0 ; 

Lewis 

Weldon, B U. Gin Map 

No 4. 
Wells Avenue, bet! 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth j 

tin Rolcjres to Church. i 
WellH Court, bet Pu- 

pont and Stockton fm | 

Lombard S. { 

Welnh, bet Bryant and | 

Brannan fm Zoe to SW of | 

Fourth. 
TVesi Avenue, B H. 
West Eldorado, bet 

South and Eureka SW fm 

Sixth tn Center 
West :tIisslon, W s Mis- 
sion bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth. 
W^est-End Alley, bet 

Hyde and Larklu fm 

Green to Union. 
Wetniore Place, bet 

Powell and MnsonfmClay 

to 'Washington. 
W^taeSlock Plac;;, bet 

Stockton and Powell 
White, bet Hyde and 

Larkin fm Vallejo N. 
W^liite Place, bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth fm 
Brvant SE. 
'Wliitlus, bet Lombard 

and Chestnut fin Dupont 

E. 



Whitney, bet Mission 

and Howard fm Fifteenth 

to Sixteenth. 
Whitney, Fatrmount 

Tract. 
Wlldey, bet Pine and 

Bush fm Webster to 

Stelner. 
Willard Alley, 
William, bet Taylor and 

Jones fni U'Farrell to 

Post. 
Wllliain Place, bet 

Dupont and Stockton fm 

California N. 
Williams, UnlTerslty 

H Afsu. 
TVilliamson, bet Boycc 

and Chase fui Point Lobos 

a.v N. 
Willow, bet Fifth and 

Sixth I'm Folsom to Ship- 
ley. 
Willow Avenue, bet, 

Eddy and Ellis fm Larkin 

to Huchanan. 
Willows, bet Seventeenth 

and ElEhteenth f m Valen- 
cia to Mission. 
WInsluw. B H. 
'Winter Lane, bet Green 

and Union fm Mason E. 
printer Place, bet Pow- [ 

ell and Mason fm O'Farrell i 

y. I 

Wisconsin, bet Arkan- 1 
i^as and Carolina fm Eighth j 
S to Napoleon. 



Wolf, U H. 

'Wood, bet Kugenla and 
Collins fm Point Lot>os aV 
X. 

W^ool, B H. 

Woolsey, University H 
Assn. 

Worclcn Avenue, San 
Mlcu.'l, W En.lMni) No 2, 

YVyoining, San MIguuel 
W End .Map No2. 

'Wyoming, bet DacotAh 
and Uhlo fm Islals S to 
First av. 

Yale, University H Assn. 

Iferba Buena, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor Ira Sacra- 
mento to Clay. 

Tolo, bet Nevada and Co- 
lusa tm the bay W to Po 
trero av. 

York, bet Hampshire and 
Florida Im Mission Creek 
S to Twenty-first, thence 
E to Haniehire, thence S 
to Serpentine av. • 

Yuba, bet Colusa and Tolo 
I'm the bav W to Iowa. 

Zoe, bet Third and Fourth 
fra Brrant to Brannan. 

Zoe Place, bet Beale 
and Fremont fm Folsom 
SE. 



Additional Names, Removals, etc., 



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ADA 



BOU 



Adams George W., lumber surveyor, Pier 4 

Steuart, r. 812 California 
Adler Leopold (Schwerdt & Adler) r. 564 

Stevenson 
Ainsley Wm., painter, r. 32 Kousch 
Alabama M. Co., Wm. H. McClintock sec, 

330 Pine, rm 5 
Albrecht Rudolph, elk with F. Korbel & 

Bros., r. 823 Twentieth 
Alcayaga Jos^, groceries and toys, 524 Bdwy 
Alison Chas., wharfinger Second and Berry- 

sts wharves 
Allwood H. (Parker & AUwood) r. 317 l^eale 
Alvarado Victor, printer with F. Korbel & 

Bros., r. 8 Pollard pi 
Andersen Chas., lab, r. Long Bridge 
Anderson J., sash and blindmkr with Haskell 

& Bode, r. 264 >i Tehama 
Andree Rudolph, sawyer with B. «fe J. S. 

Doe. r. 602 Gtoye 
Anstett Antoine, salesman with Grogan & 

Anstett, r. 725 Green • 

Arcade House, Mary E. Russell propr, 930 

Market 
Arper Thos., millwright with F. Korbel & 

Bros., r. 2132 Howard 
Atkinson C. £., miliman with B. & J. S. 

Doe, r. Bernal Heights 
Ave Frank, propr Hay Market Exchange, 507 

East 

Badlam A. M., r. 926 Clay 

Bailey Edward, weaver S. F. Ribbon Facto- 
ry, r. Six-mile House 

Ball Robert C, architect, 120 Sutter, rms 
59-60, r. Oakland 

Balling F. A., woodturner with F. Korbel & 
Bros., r. Thoroughfare Hotel 

Bannister G. W., sash and blindmkr with 
Haskell & Bode, r. 425 Fremont 

Barreda F. Li.» manager S. F. agency of 
D. De Castro & Co. of New York, 213 
Sansome, rm 1, r* Palace Hotel 



Barstow Geo., atty-at-law, 309 California, r. 
927 Pine 

Batchelder & Chase (L. L. Batch elder and 
W. W. Chase) stevedores and riggers, 
2-8 Market 

Batchelder L. L. (Batchelder & Chase) r. 
1026 Clay 

Becker Christopher, cabinetmkr with H. 
Granz, r. 44 Julia 

Becker Otto John, cabinetmkrwith H. Granz, 
r. Harrison bet 20th and 21st 

Beeman Wm., elastic cork truss mnfr, 
331 Kearny, rm 6. r. 856 Folsom 

Behrens James G., architect, 120 Sutter, r. 
Saucelito 

Bell George W., porter with Wm. H. Mc- 
Clintock, r. 1011 Pacific 

Belmont House, W. C. Cornell propr, 142 
Seventh 

Benjamin T. S., general collector, 605 Clay 

Benner F., boxmkr with F. Korbel & Bros., 
r. 514 Sixth 

Benson James E. R., pressman Bishop's Di- 
rectory, r. 2710 Howard 

Bigne Vincent, propr Nevada Restaurant, 
412 Pine, r. 1006M Washington 

Birth H., sash and blindmkr with Haskell & 
Bode, r. Kate bet Seventh and Eighth 

Bloch F. (H. Dippel & Co.) r. cor Green 
and Stockton 

Bly Leander A., machinehand Excelsior 
Mills, r. 811 Mason 

Boccord Francis, carptr S. F. Ribbon Fac- 
tory, r. Visitacion Valley 

Bode Wm. A. (Haskell &Bode) r. 1759 How- 
ard 

Boehner Jfclius, saloon, 425 Bush, r. 928 Clay 

Bofinger Jacob, silverplater, r. 1618 Powell 

Bolts John, liquor dealer, r. Union House 

Bostwick Samuel, capitalist, r. 548 Howard 

Bourdet Peter, farmer, r.2yth nr San Job^ av 

Bou|^t Peter jr., with Peter Bourdet, r. 
Wth nr San Jose av 



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Bowles C. M., lithographer with F. Korbel 

& Bros., r. 20 Russ 
Bradley Theodore F., capitalist, 607 Kearny, 

rm 5, r. Alameda 
Bradstreet J. R., rubber moldings, 609 

Mission, r. 1224 Mission -^ 

Brandt Adolph (Thomas Johnson & Co.) r. 

ne. cor Minna and Seventh 
Brayshaw Robert, weaver, S. F. Ribbon Fac- 
tory, r. Visitacion Valley 
Brock James, woodturner with H. Granz, r. 

446 Natoma 
Brook Harry E., imp European speci- 

cialties, 120 Sutter, r. Oakland 
Brown I. W. W., butcher, 638 Harrison, r. 

35 Oak Grove av 
Bruggeman Henry, mcht tailor, 526 

Montgomery, r. 503 Union 
Buckingham & Hecht (Thos. H. Bucking- 
ham, Isaac and Louis Hecht jr. and L. 

P. Wiel) boot and shoe mnfrs, cor 

Haight and Gough 
Bueche Louis E., cellarman with G. Groezin- 

ger, r. 828 Broadway 
Buess Chas., brtdr with Frederick Schulz, r. 

6 Telegraph pi 
Bundschn Chas. (J. Gundlach & Co. ) 

r. 131 Chestnut 
Burgeon A. J. (Samish, White & Burgeon) 

116 Post 
Burns E., cabinetmkr with Haskell & Bode, 

r. 460 Tehama 
Bush Chas. J., carver with H. Granz, r. Po- 

trero av bet 23d and 24th 
Botterfield Win., auctioneer and real 

estate, 109 Montgomery, rm 5 



Caldwell A Co. (W, R. CaldweU and 

John Kidwell) groceries and liquors, 

sw. cor Tyler and Hyde 
Caldwell W. R. (Caldwell & Co.) r. sw. cor 

Tyler and Hyde 
California Stock Exchange Board, W. Jay 

Smith pres, John Gray caller, J. T. 

Beales sec, 6 Leidesdorff 
Campbell James A. (N. Gray & Co.) r. 641 

Sacramento' 
Carlson August, cabinetmkr with H. Granz, 

r. 29^ Fifth av 
Carrascosa Jos^, capitalist, r. 125 Ellis 
Carroll Michael, driver with Gilfillan <fc Ho- 

henschild, r. 964 Mission 
Case Geo. A., dentist, 212 Kearny, r . 2615 

Clay 
Castro Street School, Mrs. F. A. Banning 

prin, Castro bet 18th and 19th 
Cattermole Robert, carptr Excelsior Mills, r. 

44 Minna • 

Cftulfield M. H., saloon, 747 Folsom, r. 37 

Fifth av 
Centennial Hall, Fred. W. Stromberg propr, 

sw. cor Fourth and Jessie 
Chamblin John, wharfinger Main-st wl^rf 



Chapman Edward K. (Edward K. Chapman 

& Co.) 605 Clay 
Chapman Edward K. & Co. (Edward K. 

Chapman) pub and proprs Golden Era, 

605 Clay 
Chase W. W. (Batchelder & Chase) r. 518 

Pacific 
Chesley Geo. W. & Co, (Geo. W. Chesley) 

whol liquors and rectifiers, 414 Front 
Christiansen Jens, cabinetmkr with H. 

Granz, r. 2329 Harrison 
Christiansen Dennis, cabinetmkr with H, 

Granz, r. 2329 Harrison 
Claussenius H., bkpr with Geo. Claussenius, 

r. 712 Tehama 
Cobb Chas. (Muldoon, Seregni & Co.) r. 

Louisville, Ky. 
Coghill Thos. B. (Lohman, Coghill <k Roun- 

tree) r. 1618 Jackson 
Cohen Samuel (L. Nussbaum & Co.) r. 454 

Jessie 
Collins Thos., c&rptr Excelsior Mills, r. 2919 

Mission 
Columbia M. Co., Wm. H. McClintock sec, 

330 Pine, rm 5 
Congdon Henry B., real estate and 

mining sec, 240 Montgomery, rm 6, r. 

518 Van Ness av 
Conrad A. B., salesman with F. Toplitz, r. 

142% Fourth 
Consulate of Peru, J. W. Grace consul, 40 

California ; Frederico de la Fuenta i 

Subirat consul general, 320 San, rm 20 
Cormack Wm, plumbing, gasfitting and tin- 
smith, 517 Commercial, r. 28 Laurel av 
Corwiu Frederick L., freight elk P. M. S. S. 

Co. 
Cowan & Co., (W. L. Cowan and E. Twist) 

manf Bon Gusto sauce, etc., 518 Chest- 
nut 
Cowan W. L. (Cowan & Co.,) r. 518 Chest- 
nut 
Cowell's Warehouse, Louis P. Sage propr, 

1100-1108 Battery 
f!reole Cofifee Co.. Savage & Rebour proprs, 

507 Clay 
Crocker I. B. (I. B. Crocker & Co.) r. 130 

Eighth 
Crocker I. B. & Co. (I. B. Crocker) cigars 

and tobacco, 231 Bush 
Crocker L., house joiner with Haskell <fe 

Bode, r. 512 Fourth 
Crocket Chas., woodturner with H. Granz, 

r. 531 Natoma 
Crooks E. W., mauuf shirts, 126 Kearny 
Crosby Wm. D., band sawyer Excelsioi 

Mills, r. 328 Brannan 
Cullum Chas., carver with H. Granz, r. 360 

Jessie 



Dalmas J. K., mnfr show cases, 807 Howard 
Daly James H., saloon, 657 Washington, r, 
303 Third 



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Dalziel D., pub The Mail, 518 Clay, r, 930 

Market, 
DaJtks J. W., wharfinger Channel-st south 

wharf 
Dannanfelzer Philip, cabinetmkr with H. 

Granz, r. 'iJ4th nr Church 
David Joseph, fireman with F. Korbel & 

Bros., r. Harmony Hotel 
Davies John M. & Co. (John M. and Eobert 

K. Davies) furnishing goods, 125 San 
De Banne Louis, cellerman with G. Groezin- 

ger, r. 1914 Stockton 
De Castro D. & Co. (Diego De Castro and 

Manuel J. De Mier) shipping and com 

mchts, F. L. Barreda manager, 213 San 
De Castro Diego (D. De Castro & Co.) r. 

New York 
De Ghetaldi Emilio, coflfee saloon, 507 Clay, 

r. 217 Ritch 
De Mier Manuel J. (D. De Castro &■ Co.) r. 

New York 
Deeth Dexter, asst surveyor with Geo. R. 

Turner, r. Oakland 
Degenhart Louis, mcht tailor, 25 Montgom- 
ery av, r. 2434 Larkin 
Dempsey Daniel, carptr Excelsior Mills, r. 

1226 Alabama 
Dexter Frank, mnfg confectioner, 526 Wash- 
ington, r. 34 Page 
Diez C. C, irapr Vuela Abajo Havana 

tobacco and mnfr cigars, sw. cor Market 

and First 
Diez John, cigar boxmkr with F. Korbel & 

Bros., r. 391 Eighth 
Diggs W. H., wharfinger Harrison and 

Spear-st wharves 
Dodge D., foreman Excelsior Mills, r. sw. 

cor P and 15th av, S. S. F. 
Doering Edward (Schmidt & Doering) r. 

1217 Kearny 
Donnelly Thos., saloon, 30 Montgom- 
ery, r. 1131 Harrison 
Dorrmet Wm., boatman, r. 3 Blossom 
Dreasal Michael, cabinetmkr with H. Granz, 

r. Conrad's Hotel 
Driscoll Dennis (Keonan «fe DriscoU) r. nw. 

cor Howard and 15th 



Eden M., teamster Excelsior Mills, r. 438 

Brannan 
Ehlim E., millwright with F. Korbel & 

Bros., r. 1208 Larkin 
Emfeldt John, machine hand with B. <fe J. 

L. Doe, r. 8 Minna 
Erringer J. R. jr., gen agt Pennsylvania R. 

R„ 238 Montgomery, r. 1813 Pine 
Evans Joseph F., special agt U. S. Treasury 

off Custom House bldg, r. Lick House 



Falkenan & Reese (Louis Falkenau and H. 
W. Reese) assayers and chemists, rm 16 
Safe Deposit bldg 



Fenton Frances Miss, winder San Francisco 

Ribbon Factory, r. 16th av, S. S. F. 
Ferini Joseph (E. G. Perini & Co.) r. se. 

cor Dupont and Ashburton pi 
Ferren Chas. (Dougherty & Ferren) r. &y, 

Freelon 
Fidelia Saloon, gchmidt & Doering proprs, 

603 California 
Fitch Thad. S.. mining sec, 240 Montgomery, 

rm 1, r. 417 Mason 
Fitz William Daniel, brtdr with John Har- 
rison, r. 123 Ninth 
Forst & Kramer, proprs Mechanics' Hall 

Saloon, 562 Brannan 
Forster Helen, agt Nestle's Milk Food, 871 

Folsom 
Foster S. & Co. (Samuel Foster) whol and 

jobbing grocers, 36 California 
Frese Herman, bootmkr with C. Dietle, r. 

237 StevensoQ 



Garthorne Chas., accountant, r. 137 Fif- 
teenth 

Garthorne Chas. A., printer with D. B. Tay- 
lor & Co., r. 137 Fifteenth 

Garthorne Geo. H., elk Cal. Cracker Co., r. 

German Hospital, Market nr Ridley 

Globe Gas Light Co., 238 Montgomery 

Golden Chariot M. Co. (Owyhee Co. Idaho) 
J. T. McGeoghegan sec, 22 Mchts' Ex 

Golden Era, E. K. Chapman & Co. props, 
605 Clay 

Golden Gate House, Claus & Alfa proprs , 
206 Steuart 

Golden Gate* Plaster Mills, Lucas & Co. 
proprs, 215-217 Main 

Graham Robert (Paquette, Graham & Co.) 
r. 815 Shotwell 

Gray N. & Co. (Nathaniel Gray, Cyrus S. 
Wright and James A. Campbell) under- 
takers, 641 Sacramento 

Green Joseph, manager S. F. Ribbon Fac- 
tory, r. Oakland 

Grimm Adolph, plumber and g^s fitter, 230 
Montgomery av 

Groezinger G., whol wines and liquors, nw. 
cor Pine and Battery, r. 321 O'Farrell 

Grouffel Frederick (Moeller «fe Grouffel) r. 

^ 1712 Dupont 

Gnndlach J. A Co., (Jacob Guudlach, 
Chas. Bundschu and James Smith) imp 
and wholesale liquors, California wines 
and brandies, se. cor Second and Markt 

Gundlach Jacob (J. Gundlach & Co.) r. 125 
Chestnut 



Haight A Taylor (H. H. Haight and 
Edward R. Taylor) attys and counBellors- 
at-law, 207 Sansome 



Hale Wm. E. & Co. (Wm. E. Hale) stock- 
brokers, 209 Sansome 

Hall Job, conductor Market-st R. E., r. 134 
Seventh » 

Hammer Frederick H. (Jobn Ziegenbein & 
Co.) r. 710 Grove ^ 

Hanrahan David, conductor N. B. «fc M. R. 
R., r. 115 Welsh 

Hanrahan John, waiter Brooklyn Hotel 

Harris Flora Miss, actress Bella Union The- 
atre, r. 111% Fifth 

Hasbach Henry, interpreter and translator, 
2-t Montgomery blk 

Hathaway Frederick M. (Poland & Hath- 
away) 122 Geary 

Hawks Robert, engineer Potrero gaswks 

Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Mrs. Geo. Braham 
matron, es. Devisadero bet Hayes and 
Grove 

Hellman Bros. & Co. (Richard and Horace 
G. Hellman and Edward Pajeken) imps 
and com mchts and agts Hamburg Board 
of Underwriters, 525 Front 

Hellman Horace G. (Hellman Bro8.-& Co.) 
525 Front 

Herring Thos. A., elk with T. H. Dearborn, 
r. 532 Mission 

Higby Wm., collector U. S. internal rev- 
enue, r. O^land 

Higgins Harrison Y., tinner with Chas H. 
Stroombs 

HiiBou, Justi & Co., (Walter D. Hixson.Chas. 
Justi and W. P. Anderson) com mchts, 
202 Washinhton 

Hiison Walter D., (Hixson, Justi & Co.) r. 
cor McAllister and Lott 

HoUin August, cooper with G. Groezinger, r. 
310 Clementina 

Holm Richard, porter with G. Groezinger, 
r. 871 Folsom 

Home Sewing Machine Co., Wm. A. White 
agt, 17 New Montgomery 

Honig Michael (J. Merzbach & Co.) r. 307 
Eddy 

Hotte George, teamster, r. ws. Valencia bet 
21st and 22nd 

Houghton R. E. (Stetson & Houghton) 
atty-at-law, 315 California 

Hutchinson & Mann (C. I. Hutchinson and 
H. R. Mann) insurance agts, 314 Cal 



Ibbach Adolph, elk with John Gantner, r. 
629 Commercial 



Jackson B. C, genl agt Globe Gas Light 
Co., 238 Mont, r. Oakland 

Jenkins G. W.. dentist, 1402 Bush 

Jennings Thos., whol groceries, 416-418 San- 
some, r. 425 O'Farrell 

Jessel E. A. & Co., auction store, 808 Mont 



Johnson Thos. (Thos. Johnson A Co.) r. 

ne. cor Minna and Seventh 
Johnson Thos. & Co. (Thos. Johnson and 

Adolph Brandt) groceries, ne. cor 

Minna and Seventh 
Jones & Co. (M. P. Jones and Eugene B. 

Beck) whol grocers, 218-220 Front 
Jones Henry W.. stationery dept S. P. E. R., 

r. York bet 24th and 25th 
Jones Martin, mining, office 330 Pine, rm 5, 

r. 1763 Howard 
Justi Chas., j'(Hix8on, Justi & Co.) r. 716 

Grove 



Kendall Chas. Bigelow, supt Globe Gas 
Light Co., 238 Mont, r. Oakland 

Kenelly E., mining, office 330 Pine, rm 5, r. 
1010 Filbert 

Kidd Leonard W., pressman with Russell, 
Gibson & Co.. r. es. Shotwell bet 19th 
and 20th 

King Joseph L.. sec San Francisco Stock 
and Exchange Board, ss. Pine bet Mont 
and Sansome, r. 1803 California 

Kleinhans John (A. Lusk <fe Co.) r. 640 Fell 

Kuewiug Frederick A Co. (Fred- 
erick Knewing) house furnishers and 
decorators, 120 Sutter 

Kohler & Chase (Andrew Kohler and Quincy 
A. Chase) pianos, organs, musical in- 
struments and musical mdse, 633-635 
Clay 

Kuhn James W., druggist with H. B. Slaven, 
res 935 Folsom 



Lady Bryan M. Co., Wm. H. McClintock 

sec, 320 Pine, rm 5 
Lang Ferdinand, capitalist, r. 217 Wash 
Langren John, carptr with W. I. Tustin, r. 

17 Anthony 
Lathrop Lorin S.., bkpr with Wm, E Hale & 

Co., r. 114 Powell 
Lauler Alexander T., salesman with Geo. M. 

Grant <fe Co., r. 836 Mission 
Leigh Ernest A., refiner with Paquette, Gra- 
ham & Co., r. 652 Howard 
Leighton Augustus V., Architect and builder, 

531 California, r. 838 Mission 
Leineweber Bernard, tailor, r. 4 Fella pi 
Locke J. Everett, compositor Bulletin, r. nw. 

cor Post and Larkin 
Los Angeles Hotel, Joseph Waibel propr, 

870 Folsom 
Lucas & Co. (John Lucas) proprs Golden 

Gate Plaster Mill8,!215-217 Main 
Luhrsen Louis, teamster with Geo. Mayer, 

r. 1142 Mission 
Manufacturers' Fire and Marine Insurance 

Co. of Boston, J. C. Jennings agt, 213 

Sansome 



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martell John, silver plater, 623 Sacra- 
mento, r. 519 Bryant 

Mausshardt Conrad (Mausshardt & Hoel- 
scher) r. 623 Fell 

May Frank B., elk with Goodwin & Co., r. 
International Hotel 

mcClintock Wm. H., mining sec, 330 
Pine, rm 5, r. 816 Jackson 

McGeoghegan J. T., mining sec, 22 Mer- 
chants' Exchange, r. ns. 17th bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores 

McLaughlin John A., wharfinger Washing- 
ton-st wharf 

Meeker, James A Co. (David Meeker, 
Wm. James and James Cobbledick) car- 
riage and wagon materials, hardware, 
etc., 117-119 Market 

Meeks John B., secy Globe Gas Light Co., 
238 Mont, r. Oakland 

Meeks Wm. N., capitalist, 238 Montgomery, 
r. Oakland 

Mehrtens John, elk with E. Mehi-tens & Co., 
r. 1230 Mission 

Melone Drury. money broker, 209 Sansome 

Mellien Ernst W., groceries, sw. cor Bran- 
nan and Kitch 

Mersich David, com mcht, se. cor Washing- 
ton and Front, r. 200 Washington 

Merzbach J. <s; Co. (Julius Merzbach and 
Michael Honig) com mchts, 403 Davis 

Merzbach Julius (J. Merzbach &Co.) r. 325 
Eddy 

IWihy Jnles, saloon, se. cor Fourth and 
Harrison, r. 401 Fourth 

Miller W. D., physician and surgeon, 213 
Kearny 

Miller Wm., teamster with Geo. Mayer, r. 
1142 Mission 

Minear A. P., mining, office 330 Pine, rm 5, 
r. 609 Taylor 

Morean Eugene, mechanical engineer, 
212 Leidesdorfif, r. 417 Minna 

Moore James B., sec S. F. Benevolent Assn, 
r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Moron B. A. Co. (Benjamin Moron) com 
mchts, 422 Davis 

Moulton E. S. A Co. (E. Sprague Moul- 
ton) produce and com mchts, 212 Clay 

Mowry Lyman I., atty-at-law, 636 Clay, r. 
921 Polk 

Muldoon M. (Muldoon, Seregni & Co.) r. 
Palace Hotel 

Muldoon, Seregni dc Co. (M. Mul- 
doon, John Walton, F. Seregni and 
Chas. Cobb) imps and mnfrs monu- 
ments and statuary, office 24 Post 



Neuberg Adolph, shirt mnfr, 120 Sut- 
ter, r. Alameda 

Nevada Stock Exchange, H. H. Barling pres, 
H. B. Con^don sec, 522 California, off 
sec 240 Montgomery, rm 6 



Newman Simon (Sol. Wangenheim &Co.) r. 

433 Tyler 
Nichols Jesse C, druggist with Wm. T. 

Wenzell, r. 13 Eddy 
Nussbaum L. & Co. (Louis Nussbaum and 

Samuel Cohen) stock brokers, 322 J/^ 

Montgomery 
Nussbaum Louis (L. Nussbaum & Co.) r. 

454 Jessie 



O'Donnell Chas. C, physician and surgeon, 
808 Kearny, r. 821}^ Kearny 

Oro Fino M. Co.. Wm. H. McClintock sec. 
330 Pine, rm 5 

Otis Fred M., elk with D. De Castro & Co., 
r. 821 Sutter 



Pacific Iron Works, Rankin, Bravton & Co. 

proprs, 127-135 First 
Paquette A. F. (Paquette, Graham & Co.) 

r. 703 Market 
Paquette, Graham & Co. (A. F. Paquette 

and Robert Graham) whol liquors, 515 

Front 
Parry & Co., (A.M. and Isaac Parry,) book 

and job printers, 423 Washington 
Pease G. M., physician, 123 Ellis 
Perini Edward G. (E. G. Perini & Co.) r. 9 

Ashburton pi 
Perini E. G. A Co. (Edward G. Perini 

and Joseph Ferini) restaurant, 210 Dupt 
Peru Win., saloon, 626 Sacramento 
Phillips John, wharfinger Channel-st wharf 
Picot Julia, saloon, 539 Jackson 
Poheim Joseph, mcht tailor, 103 Third, 

r. 116 Shipley 
Poland & Hathaway (Frank S. Poland and 

Frederick M. Hathaway) painters, 122 

Geary 
Poland Frank S. (Poland & Hathaway) r. 

819 Shotwell 



Queen M. Co., Wm. H. McClintock sec, 330 
Pine, rm 5 



Rankin, Brayton & Co. (Ira P. Rankin and 
Albert P. Brayton) proprs Pac. Iron 
Wks, 127-135 First 

Ransom Lyman W., justice peace, 804 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1606 Howard 

Ratcliflfe George E., notary public, GOO Mont- 
gomery, r. 224 I^arny 

Reaubold Oswald, cabinetmkr with A. Frei, 
r. nw. cor Clinton and Brannan 

Rebour Leon (Sovuge & Keboi*) r. 1626 
Dupont 

Remington Frank C. mining, r. 122 Ellis 



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Boeding Fred., imp and com mcht, 230 Cali- 
fornia, r. 1419 California 
Romaine Nicholas T., 413-415 Market 
Root & Sanderson (Elliot M. Root and Geo. 
H. Sanderson) whol groceries, 412 Front 



San Francisco Copper M. Co., (Spencer- 
ville, Cal.) T. Lemmen Meyer, 258 Mont 
rm 5 

Sanderson Geo. H. (Root & Sanderson) r. 
427 Eddy 

Savage & Rebour (George R. Savage and 
Leon Rebour) proprs Creole Coftee Co. 
and Spice Mills, 507 Clay 

Savage George R. (Savage &, Rebour) r. 214 
Haight 

Schenkelberger F. W., r. 2020 Van Ness av 

Schenkelberger F. W. jr., with Yates <fe Co., 
r. 2020 Van Ness av 

Seregni F. (Muldoon, Seregni & Co.) a,nd 
teacher Heald's Business College, r. 24 
Post 

Sheldon Mary L. Mrs., ins. solicitor, 3 14 Cal 

Simonton Wm. B., physician, 142 Sixth 

Sixth Street House, Daniel Mahoney propr, 
nw. cor Sixth and Bryant 

Smith James) (J- Gundlach & Co.) r. 
Oakland 

Springer Jason & Co., (Jason and W. K. 
Springer, H. L. Smith and Warren Sals- 
bury, ) lumber, doors, sash blinds, glass, 
etc., se. cor Mission and Spear 



Tvrist E., (Cowan & Co.) r..518 Chestnut 
The Hebrew (weekly) Philo Jacoby propr, 

612 Commercial 
The Mail (weekly) D. Dalziell publisher, 

518 Clay 
Thom Wohrden Henry, groceries, 115 Ninth 
Tieck John, groceries and liquors, se. 

cor Post and Jones, r. 645 Post 



Todd J. C. & Co. (John C. Todd and Fred- 
erick F. Dye) real estate agts, 542 Cal 

Toscano Hotel, Vincent Davalle propr, 619 
Broadway 



Van Bergen N. & Co. (N. Van Bergen, Louis 
F. Holtz and John W. Van Bergen) imps 
and whol liquors. 413-415 Clay 

Van Winkle I. S. & Co. (I. S. Van Winkle) 
iron, steel and hardware, 413-4;^5 Markt 

Vitaisch J., restaurant, 18 Fifth 



Walton John (Muldoon, Seregni &, Co.) r. 
Italy 

Wangenheim Sol & Co. (Sol Wangenheim, 
Juda and Simon Newman) pickles, pre- 
serves, etc., se. cor Davis and Sac 

Ward Con. M. Co. (White Pine Co. Nov.) C. 
A. Sankey sec, 20 Stevenson bldg 

Waterhouse & Lester (Columbus Water- 
house) carriage and wagon material, 29- 
31 Fremont 

Waukesha Mineral Rock Spring (Waukesha, 
Wis.) Smith & McDowell agts, 21 New 
Montgomery 

Weber E. R., watchmkr, 5 Third 

Wenderoth & Wiegand (Frederick Wende- 
roth and Herman Wiegand) saloon, 624 
Merchant 

Wenzel Henry, saloon, 13 Montgomery av 

Wiel L. P. (Buckingham & Hecht) r. 1117 
Van Ness av 

Williams Charles H., carptr and 
builder, 412 Sansome, r. ss. Shotwellbet 
23d and 24th 

Wolters & Fechheimer, (Henry Wolters, C. 
S. Fechheimer and August Wolters,) 
imps wines and liquors, 219-221 Cal 



Ziegenbein John & Co. (John Ziegenbein and 
Frederick H. Hammer) com mchts, 2U1- 
203 Davis 



CALIFORNIA 



STATE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



1875-76. 



Containing a General Business Directory of 500 Cities and Towns of the State, 
arranged alphabetically — also, all names classified under their 
« respective Business Headings. 



For Sale at Office of Ftiblication^ 518 Clay St. 

B. C. VANDALL, Proprietor 



^ 



R. J. TRUMBULL, Agent for CENTRAL PARK LAWN MOWER, 

419 and 421 SANSOME STREET. 



BISHOP'S 



San Francisco Directory 

For i8yj. 



.AuBBiaE"vz.A.a?ioisrs . 



agf apent 

al alley 

assu association 

atty attorney 

av avenue 

BenJ ISenJamln 

bet '. between 

bljpr bookkeeper 

bldg bnlltlinK 

blk bloek 

brtdr ..bartender 

carptr carpenter 

C'hos Charles 

elk clerk 

com commission 

cor corner 

crt court 

dept department 

dpty deputy 

e...._ east 

es east side 

frwdg_ forwarding 

Geo George 



imp Importer 

Int. rev tuterual revenue 

lab laborer 

mcht merchant 

mdse merchandise 

nikr maker 

mnfg manufacturing 

mnfr manufacturer 

mrkt market 

n north 

nr near 

ns north side 

nw northwest 

off. otHce 

opp opiioslte 

pi place 

r. O postoftlce 

pres president 

prin principal 

prod produce 

propr proprietor 

pub publisher 

r residence 



ret retail 

rm room 

s south 

se southeast 

sec secretary 

86 south side 

8tr steamer-steamship 

supt superintendent 

tel t<lci,'raph 

Thos Thomas 

trens treasurer 

w. west 

ws west side 

whol. wholesale 

Wm William 



STREETS. 

Bat Battery 

I'liwy Broadway 

Bran T?rannah 

Cal (!alifomia 



Clem Clementina 

Com Commercial 

Dupt Dupont 

Fof. Folsom 

Har Harrison 

How Howard 

Jack Jackson 

Kear Kearny 

Leav Leavenworth 

U'ld Leidesdorff 

Lom Lombard 

Markt Market 

Mis Mission 

Mont MontRomery 

O'Far O'Farrell 

I'ac Pacific 

R R av Railroad avenue 

Sac .>'acroniento 

San Snnsoine 

Stev Stevenson 

Stock Stockton 

Sut Putter 

AVa8h Washington 



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Aaron A. H., salesman with N. J. Hyman, 

r. Gait House 
Aaron Alfred, salesman witli M. Sheyer & 

Bro.,.r. 308 Sixth 
Aaron Amelia Miss, teacher Eighth-st Gram- 
mar School, r. 131% Perry 
Aaron David, stamping and embroidery, 850 

Washington, r. 915 Stockton 
Aaron Jos., barber, 534 Third, r 114 Park av 
Aaron Louis, elk with Simon Held & Co., 

r. 854 Folsom 
Aaron Mary Miss, dressmkr, r. 915 Stockton 
Aaron Simon, mcht, r. 854 Folsom 
A.ironson Leon, elk with Brown Bros. &Co., 

r. 824 O'Farrell 
Abadio E. Mrs., with A. Bertin, 140 Dupont 
Abadie Emile, porter v^^th Denaveaux <fe 

Maison, r. 1602 Powell 
Abadie Joseph, uiolder, 928 Jackson 
Abadie Louis, butcher, 1320 Dupont 
AVmdie — Mme., midwife, r. 1G02 Powell 
AVjbey Isadora, r. 5 Pollurd i)l 
Abbes Frank, grainer, r. 1319 Pacific 
Abbf>y House, Michael Cassarly propr, es, 

San Jos^ Road nr County Line 



Abbot, Downing h Co., carriagemnfrs, T. S. 

Eastman agt, 413-415 Battery 
Abbot Kobei-t W., student Heald's Business 

College, r. 140G Pine 
Abbot Samuel L. jr., bkpr with R. S. How- 
land, r. 520 Bush " 
Abbotsford House,. Michael Brogan propr, 

ws. Larkin bet Broadway and Yallejo 
Abbott Abert F., carptr, r. 27 O'Farrell 
Abbott Andrew Jackson, carptr, r 17 Natoma 
Abbott Charles A. (Clements & Abbott) r 16 

Prospect pi 
Abbott Chas. H., with J. H. McAllister & 

Co., r. 743 Pine 
Abbott Charles M., elk with Newton Bros. 

& Co.. r. 611 Mason 
Abbott C. S. (Curtis, Abbott & Co.) r Salinas 
Abbott Edward B., general agent, 621 San 
Abbott Eliza, bakery, 124% Eighth 
Abbott F. B., widow, dressmkr, r. 140CPine 
Abbott Frank, cook, r. 273 Minna 
Abbott Frank H., driver Market-st R R, r 16 

Howard crt 
Abbott Geo. (E. Grisar & Co.) r. 2012 Pac 
Abbott Geo. F., carptr, r 1 Laskie 
Aljbott Geo. F., with Einstein Bros, k Co., 

r. 427 Hayes 
Abbott Geo. P., cook, r. "White House Hotel 



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Abbott Geo. W., stock and money broker, 
500 Montgomery, r. 221 Capp 

Abbott Hannibal H., elk with S. L. Mastick 
& Co., r. 1823 Turk 

Abbott Henry (Bridge & Abbott) r. Cosmo- 
politan Hotel 

Abbott John, cook with Louis Meyer, r, 273 
Minna 

Abbott John M., r. 611 Mason 

Abbott J. W., lab, r. ne. cor Fifth and Bran 

Abbott Martin L., solicitor Franklin Hotel, 
r. 915 Montgomery 

Abbott Moses A., inspector Custom House, 
r. 2314 Washington 

Abbott Ortugal I. (Curtis, Abbott & Co.) r. 
708 Hayes 

Abbott Osborn, broker, 319 California, r. 939 
Howard 

Abbott Samuel S., cai-ptr "Woodward's Gar- 
dens, r. Columbia bet 23d and 24th 

Abbott S. L., bkpr, r. 512 Bush 

Abbott Thos. G., dver, r. 35th av nr RR av, 
S. S. F. 

Abbott "Wm., bkpr Methodist Book Deposi- 
tory, r. 811% Tyler 

Abbott "VVm., seaman, r 104 Steuart 

Abbott Wm., piledriver, r 54 Sacramento 

Abbondio Bizzeiui, stonecutter with Larsen- 
eur & Sheerin, r 318 Sansome 

Abegg Arnold, machinist ■«'ith T. Kallen- 
berg, r 1 Willard al 

Abeille M., cook with I. Baron, 606 Stockton 

Abel Albert, seaman P. M. S. S. Co., r 318 
Brannan 

Abel Geo. A., shipping elk with W. A. Hol- 
comb & Co., r West Oakland 

Abel H. C, hassockmkr, r 18 Oak Grove av 

Abel L. k Co. (Louis Abel and Jos. Marks) 
auction and com, 604 California 

Abel Louis (L. Abel & Co.) r 452 Tehama 

Abel Richard, master mariner, r 50K Zoe 

Abeling Theodore, machinist, r ne cor Illi- 
nois and Twentieth 

Abell Alexander G., grand sec F. and A. 
M., ofif Masonic Temple, r. 1027 Wash 

Abell Edwd A., elk U. S. Mint, r 1027 Wash 

Abell Eugene A., r 1027 Washington 

Abell I. li., general writer, 518 Clay, r 
Oakland 

Abell John G., longshoreman, r 1319 San- 
some, rear 

Abell — , r 9 Virginia 

Abels Herman, cabinetmkr, r 12 Boardman pi 

Abels Solomon E., atty-at-law, rm 36 Mont- 
gomery' blk, r 2205 Larkin 

Abend Potst, (German, daily and weekly) 
Stephan Ruf pres, D. Klintworth edi- 
tor aud sec, 535 Cal 

Abenheimer Julius, com mcht and imp calf 
skins, 20 Sansome, r Eureka House 

Aber Wm. E., sash and blindmkr, r 135 
Shipley 

Abercorn Thos. H., lab, r Wright's Hotel 

Abilly George, painter, r 346 Minna 

Able Louis, polisher, r 452 Tehama 



Abley Fredrick, confectioner, r 4 Scheerer pi 
Abraham Adolph, tailor, 1 Elizabeth 
Abraham Chris, r 511 Octavia. 
Abraham G., manager and cutter with Philip 

Rosenblum, r 338 Clementina 
Abraham Henry, salesman with E. Maus- 

bach, r 723 Geary 
Abraham I. elk with Weil & Woodleaf, r 214 

Sansome 
Abraham Jacob, elk, r 431 Pacific 
Abraham Jacob, barber, r 1052% Howard 
Abraham Joseph, clothing, 721 Sansome 
Abraham Mayer, tailor, 311 Pine, r 909 Wash 
Abraham Max, brtdr, C40 Markt, r 222 Minna 
Abraham Moses, glass mufr, r 1319 Kearny 
Abraham Nathan (P. Abraham & Son) r 9 

Seventh 
Abraham Nettie, collector with Mrs. Rich- 
mond, r 13053^ Polk 
Abraham P. & Son (Philip and Nathan 

Abraham) drygoods, 44 Sixth 
Abraham Philip (P. Abraham «fe Sou) r 9 

Seventh 
Abraham Richard, lab Pacific Glue Factory, 

r 613 Leavenworth 
Abraham Simon, barber, 860 How, r 721 San 
Abraham Sigismond, jeweler with Hubash, 

Kutz & Co., r 627 Broadway 
Abraham W., glazier, r 247 Clementina 
Abrahams & Spiro (Louis Abrahams and 

Morris Spiro) watches, diamonds and 

jewelry 534 Kearny 
Abrahams Esther Mrs., furnished rooms, 428 

Third 
Abrahams Isaac, clothing, 433 Pacific 
Abrahams Jonas, r. 128 Olive av 
Abrahams L., pedlar, r. 243 Clara 
Abrahams Louis (Abrahams & Spiro) r, 

Kearny 
Abrahams Louis, clothing, 6 Clay, r. 

McAllister 
Abrahams Marks, pedlar, r. 248 Clementina 
Abrahams Samuel, porter with. Stewart & 

Buckley, r. 22' Washington 
Abrahamson Alec, clothing, r. 213 Eddy 
Abrahamson Gustave, salesman Nvith Sam. 

Lezynsky & Bros., r. 733 Geary 
Abrahamson Hermann, elk, r. 733 Geary 
Abrahamson Hugo, salesman with D. Mag- 

nes, r. 733 Geary 
Abrahamson Jacob, capitalist, r. 733 Geary 
Abrahamson Joseph, elk, r. 733 Geary 
Abrahamson Julius, salesman with Buyer, 

Reich & Co., r. 733 Geary 
Abrahamson Nils, seaman, r. 350 Ritch 
Abrahamson Peter, stoves and tinware, 939 

Market, r. 1022 Hyde 
Abrahamson Rose Mrs., teacher South Cos- 
mopolitan Primarj- School, r. 733 Geary 
Abrahamson Samuel, elk with P. Abraham- 
son, r. 1022 Hyde 
Abrahamson Samuel, porter, r. Calmar Hotel 
Abrahms John, stockbroker, r. 428 Third 
Abram A. Mrs., boarding, 915 Market 
Abram John, r. 915 Market 



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Abram Robert, shiijjoiuer, P. M. S. S. Co., 

r. 613 Gough 
Abram Susie, domestic, 10 Hyde 
Abramovich Bros. (Dracho and John Abram- 

ovich,) fruit and cigars, 1322 Polk 
Abramovich Dracho (AbramoMich Bros.) r. 

1322 Polk 
Abramovich John (Abramovich Bros.)r. 1322 

Polk 
Abrams & Boisse (A. Abramsand E. Boisse) 

barbers, 526 Commercial 
Abrams & Co. (John Abrahams) wholesale 

druggists, 206-208 Battery 
Abrams Abraham, barber, r. 1151 Mission 
Abrams Abram, clothing, 400 Pacific 
Abrams Adolph (Abrams & Boisse) r. 1113 

Leavenworth 
Abrams Baron D., salesman with Chas. Ka- 

lisky, r. sw. cor Tyler and Van Ness av 
Abrams David, dry goods, r. sw. cor Tyler 

and Van Ness av 
Abrams Edward C, trimmer with Haas & 

Co., r. 2032 Folsom 
Abrams H., r. 728 Union 
Abrams Henry(Levin & Abrams)r. 1359 Post 
Abrams Hermann (Weindorf & Co.) r. 248 

Clementina 
Abrams John (Abrams & Co.) r. 1112 Kearny 
Abrams John T., steward, r. 911 Stockton 
Abrams Leon, salesman with Stolz Bros., r. 

128 Olive av 
Abrams Lorenzo D., seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Abrams M., widow, r. 1359 Post 
Abrams N., saloon, 411 Sixth 
Abrams Samuel, real estate agt, 310 Mont- 
gomery, r. 507 Lombard 
Abrams Thomas, compositor with Jos. Win- 

terburn & Co., r 1406 Pine 
Abramsoii d: Bacon (Edward Abram- 

son and Gaston E. Bacon) druggi.sts, 

717 Clay 
Abramson A., clothing, 429 Kearny, r. 213 

Perry 
Abramson Adolph, elk with Ephraim Frank 

r. 904 Kearny 
Abramson Edward (Abramson & Bacon) r. 

717 Clay 
Abramson Jacob, watchmkr with H. Traube, 

r. 1619 Powell 
Abrego Ysmael, salesman with Huntington, 

Hopkins & Co., r. Oakland 
Abrock John F., butcher, r. 1036 Folsom 
Academy Building, 330 Pine 
Academy of Notre Dame, Sister Aloyse of the 

Cross superioress, Dolores bet 16th and 

17th 
Academy of Siences, Geo. Davidson pres, 

sw. cor California and Dupont 
Accidental Con. G. & S. M. Co.. Otto 

Metchke sec, 426 Montgomery 
Accolti M. A., clergyman St. Ignatius College 
Aceves Alexander, shoemkr with Einstein 

Bros. & Co., r. 442 Green 
Aceves Alexander, shoemkr with Rosenthal, 

Feder & Co., r. 442 Lagunii 



Ache Patrick, lab, r. ne. cor Mis and Lizzie 
Acheson John, carptr, r. ns. Army nr Sanchez 
Acheson Thos. S., with A. F. Nye & Co., r. 

306 Leavenworth 
Achile PaiiUne, widow, r. 1300^ Stockton 
Achin August, cook Poodle Dog Restaurant, 

r. 535 Pacific 
Acker Christ, baker with E. A. Engleberg 
Acker F. V., cabinetmkr with Kemp & Hofif- 

mann, r. 409 Minna 
Acker Valentine, dressmkr, 317 Sutter 
Ackerly Thomas, wireworker, r. 435 Pine 
Ackerman A. C, carptr, r. 414 Pacific 
Ackerman BroM. (Samuel S., Hart S., 

Isidor S. and Isidor H. Ackerman and 

D. Hauser; fancy goods, crockery and 
glassware, 123 Kearny and 209 Sutter 

Ackerman Chas., r. 734 Tehama 

Ackerman Chas. L., atty-at-*law, 216 San- 
some r. 520 Eddy 

Ackerman David, butcher New Metropolitan 
Market, se. cor Stockton and Clay 

Ackerman Edward, salesman with Hall & 
Lachman, r. 1309 Larkin 

Ackerman Hart S. (Ackerman Bros.) r. New 
York 

Ackerman Henry, jeweler with Geo.Finck, r. 
520 Eddy 

Ackerman Herman, master mariner, r. 
2719 Mission 

Ackerman Hynian S., cashier with Acker- 
man Bros., r. 193 Hyde 

Ackerman Isidor H. (Ackerman Bros.) r. 910 
O'Farrell 

Ackerman Isidor S. (Ackerman Bros.) r. 910 
O'Farrell 

Ackerman Jacob, driver Clay-st R. R., r. 13 
Leroy pi 

Ackerman Jennie, domestic, 734 Sutter 

Ackerman Robt, master mariner, r. Sy^ Zoe 

Ackerman Samuel, salesman with D. N. «S: 

E. Walter & Co., r. 1309 Larkin 
Ackerman Samuel S. (Ackerman Bros.) r. 

910 O'Farrel 
Ackerman Sigmund, bkpr with Reeb «fc 

Weidenreich, r. 520 Eddy 
Ackerson Chas, H., architect, r. 215 Kearny 
Ackerson John W. (Hanson, Ackerson & Co.) 

r. Taooma, W. T. 
Ackerson Lucinda, widow, r. 1627 Sutter 
Ackerson Mary C, widow, dressmkr, r. 1425 

Geary 
Ackerson'Wm. E., repairer Fire Alarm Tel., 

r. 7 Breuham pi 
Ackert Jacob, gardener, r. Octavia bet Grove 

and Fulton 
Ackland Catherine, widow, r. 156 Steuart 
Ackland S. A., tailor, r. Hampshire bet 22d 

and 23d 
Ackmaut — , pork packer, r. 816 Jackson 
Acocks George, butcher P. M. S. S. Co., r. 

264 Brannan 
.\corn Albion G., carptr, r. se. cor Parker and 

Columbia pi 
Acriat Jacob, gardener, r. •■>16 Octavia 



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Act Lee (Chinese) preserved fish and veget- 
ables, 747 Sacramento 
Acton George, driver, r. 5 Washington 
Acton Lewis, longshoreman, r. Greenwich 

bet Sansome and Montgomery 
Acton Martin Joseph, expressman, r. 601 Na- 

toma 
Acton Richard, sadler and harnessmkr, 3007 

Mission, r. ns. M bet 22d and 23d 
Acton Robert, shoemkr with Buckingham 

& Hecht, r. 240 Seventh 
Acton Wm., saddler, r. 7 M 
Adair George, r. 835 Mission 
Adair Robert, master ship City of Delhi 
Adair Robert G., machinist Pacific Iron 

Works, r. 62 South Park 
Adam «& Kibbe (Thomas Adam and 

Millard Kibbe) saloon, junction Kearny 

and Market and 516 Montgomery 
Adam A. Miss, actress Grand Opera House, 

r. 13 Powell 
Adam George, pictures, 746 Mission, r. 22d 

bet Valencia and Mission 
Adam Thomas (Adam & Kibbe) r. 507 Gough 
Adamich John, waiter with Divisich & Co., 

r. Pacific nr Powell 
Adamina Giuseppe, painter, r. Pollard pi nr 

Vallejo 
Adams «fe Butler (James Adams and 

Thomas J. Butler) hay and grain, 42-44 

Clay 
Adams & Co. (A. M. Adams andF. Liebhart) 

locksmiths, 220 Fremont 
Adams & Nelson (Adolph Adams and 

John Nelson) groceries, sw. cor Mason 

and Greenwich 
Adams & Taylor (William J. Adams and 

Peter J. Taylor) proprs South Point 

Warehouse, Ben-y bet Third and Fourth, 

and lumber, pier 17 Stetiart 
Adams Adolph (Adams & Nelson) r. 801 

Mason 
Adams A. L., paper elk P. O., r. 315 Lom- 
bard Ik 
Adams Albert F., dpty collector U. S. Inter- 
nal Revenue, r. 1238 Mission 
Adams Alexander P. (Silver & Adams) r. 543 

Second 
Adams A. M. (Adams &Co.) r. cor Silliman 

and Amherst 
Adams Amos, sec State Grange and sec 

Grangers' Business Assn, r. 1206 Market 
Adams Amos C, atty-at-law, 40 Mont- 
gomery blk, r. Oakland 
Adams Andrew L., carptr, r. Central Pacific 

Hotel 
Adams Anthony, carptr, r. Heinz Hotel 
Adams Carrie Miss, dressmkr, r. 118 Post 
Adams Charles, actor, New Olympic Variety 

Theatre, r. 207 Kearny 
Adams Charles, master mariner, r. sw. cor 

Pennsylvania av and Solano 
Adams Charles, seaman, r. 209 Clay 
Adams Charles D., porter with 0. F. Willey 

& Co., r. 138% Rose 



Adams Charles F., groceries, nw. cor Oak 

and Octavia 
Adams Charles F., with Cross & Co., r. 1910 

Hyde 
Adams Chr., gun and locksmith, 508 

Commercial, r. 1069 Broadway 
Adams Clara A. Miss, teacher Broadway 

Grammar School, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams Conrad, lab, r. Stockton bet Pacific 

and Broadway 
Adams Cyrus & Co. (Cyrus Adams and Enos 

Smith) imps and jobbers leaf tobacco, 

419-421 Jackson 
Adams Cyrus (Cyrus Adams & Co.) r. 1527 

Sutter 
Adams D. T., speculator, r. 700 California 
Adams Emerson, butcher, 6 Pearl, r. 138% 

Rose 
Adams Frank, shoemaker with Buckingham 

& Hecht, r. 540 Minna 
Adams Frank M., stockbroker, r. 1244 How 
Adams Frederick II., atty-at-law, 606 

Mont, rm 8, r. nw. cor Bush and Stocktn 
Adams George, broker, r. Palace Hotel 
Adams George F., compositor with John H. 

Knarston, r. 125 Francisco 
Adams George P., mailing elk P. 0., r. 206 

Kearny 
Adams George R., r. 1296 Van Ness av 
Adams George R., with Alaska Fur Co., r. 

1533 Sutter 
Adams George W., lumber surveyor, r. What 

Cheer House 
Adams G. M., foreman cutting rm U. S. Mint 
Adams H., tailor, r. 235 Kearny 
Adams Harry A., elk with Williams, Blanch- 

ard & Co., r. 825 Bush 
Adams Harry Godfrey, shoemkr, r. Phila- 
delphia House 
Adams Harry H., carptr nw. cor. Mission and 

23d, r. 517 M Jessie 
Adams H. B., gunsmith with Liddle &Kaed- 

ing, r. 817 Mission 
Adams Henry, upholsterer, Grand Hotel 
Adams Henry G., shoecutter, r. 520 Grove 
Adams Hill Con. M. Co. (Eureka Co. Nev.) 

W. W. Traylor sec, 37 Nevada blk 
Adams Horace, r. 11 Kearny 
Adams House, John C. Beach propr, 537 Sac 
Adams Isaac, barber with George Obenauer, 

235 Kearny 
Adams Jacob, propr Broadway Brewery, 637 

Broadway, r. 6 Scott pi 
Adams James (Adams & Butler) r. 416 Larkin 
Adams James, capitalist, r. 206 Kearny 
Adams James H., shoemaker, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams James N., bkpr, r. 514 Bush 
Adams J. B., lab, r. cor Jessie and Ecker 
Adams Joel L., lab California Sugar Refinery 
Adams John, r. 309 Sutter 
Adams John, boxmkr with Hobbs, Pomeroy 

& Co., r. 414 Post 
Adams John, carptr, r. 8 Clementina 
Adams John, carptr, r. 1712 Dupont, rear 
Adams John, elk, r. 337 Bush 



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Adams John, lab P. M. S. S. Co., r. 29 Oak 

Grove av 
Adams John, photographer, r. 413 Sixth 
Adams John, waiter Lick House 
Adams John G., with Broadway Brewery, r. 

10 Polk lane 
Adams John Howe, elk with A. A. Webber, 

r. 1910 Broadway 
Adams John P., gardener and cxtraman Hose 

No. 3 S. F. Fire Dept, r. 22d nr Folsom 
Adams John Q., atty-at-law, 526 Montgom- 
ery, r. 1028 Vallejo 
Adams John Q., note teller Merchants' Ex- 
change Bank, r. 13i Sutter 
Adams John Q., plumber, r 413^ Shipley 
Adams Joseph, bkpr, r. sw. cor Pennsylvania 

av and Solano 
Adams Joseph W. (Norton & Adams) r. 327 

Larkin 
Adams Josephine M. Miss, saleswoman with 

Singer Mnfg Co., r. 603 Bush 
Adams J. Q., with Hoy & Taylor, r. 504 

Powell 
Adams J. S., driver with Wells, Fargo & Co., 

r. 545 Minna 
Adams Lawson S. (Adams, McNeill & Co. of 

Sacramento) 405 Front, r. 825 Bush 
Adams Louis, sheej) herder with Paul Hus- 

son, r. cor Kentucky and 5th av, S. S. F. 
Adams M., widow, dressmkr, r. 23 Powell 
Adams, McNeill & Co. (Sacramento) L. S. 

Adams agt, 405 Front 
Adams N. A., widow, r. 2506 Sacramento 
Adams Nelson B., advertising agt, r. 928 Na- 

toma 
Adams Nelson B., carpenter, r. 149 Post 
Adams Oswald, plumber with W. S. Bay & 

Co., r. 611 Howard 
Adams Otis, machinist, r. 11th av nr N, S.S.F. 
Adams Q. L., dentist, r. 1515 Leavenworth 
Adams R. H., elk with J. C. Meussdorft'er & 

Bro., r. Oakland 
Adams Ehoda, widow, r. 9 Lynch 
Adams Ross M., hatter with P. Noriega, r. 

1022 Montgomery 
Adams Samuel, druggist Howard drug 

store. 111 Stockton, r. 1533 Sutter 
Adams Samuel K., salesman with llobinson. 

Fowler & Co., r. cor 13th av and N, 

South S. F. 
Adams Sarah Mrs., r. 16^ Hunt 
Adams Timothy W., r. 823 Mission 
Adams Wm., salesman with Taber, Harker 

& Co., r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Adams Wm., seaman, r. 30 Clay 
Adams Wm. A., stevedore, r. 331 Green 
Adams Wm. H., manager Arcade House, 

930 Market 
Adams Wm. H., porter with Hahn & Boche, 

r. W8. Guerrero bet 25th and 26th 
Adams Wm. H., printer, r. 1910 Hydo 
Adams Wm. S., r. 434% Clementina 
Adams Wm. S., painter with Cal. Furn. 

Mnfg Co., r. Overland House 
Adams W. J. (Adams & Taylor) r. Fair Oaks 



Adams Zebediah B., salesman with Main & 
Winchester, r. sw. cor Fillmore andEUis 

Adams — , paper carrier, r. 919 Jackson 

Adamson David, engineer, r. es. Mississippi 
nr Solano 

Adamson Eveline Mrs., lodgings, 645 Clay 

Adamson H. H., 3d ofl&cer str Belgic 

Adamson Jacob, lab, 823 Battery 

Adamson James, machinist Risdon Iron and 
Locomotive Works r. 652 Mission 

Adamson Richard, salesman with Wynn, 
Lowth & Co., r. 3 Natoma 

Adamson Wm. R. H., cashier with Woods & 
Freeborn, r. no. cor Greenwich and Leav 

Adamson Felix W., foreman • with John 
Smith, r. 435 Pine 

Adcock E. Mrs., milliner with Mrs. W. J. 
Butler, r. 134 Perry 

Adcock Edwin, poli.sher with Jas. W. Bum- 
ham & Co., r. 440 Second 

Adcock John T., bkpr with Knowland & 
Doe, r. 208 Second 

Adcock Robert A., elk with A. M. Simpson 
& Bro., r. 14 Dora 

Adcock Wm., porter, r. 56 Tehama 

Adcock W. N., jeweler with Levison Bros., 
r. 208 Second 

Addison James, lab, r. ns. Francisco bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont 

Addison Severne, carpetlayer, r. 541 Second 

Addison S. L., widow, dressmkr, r. 728 J/^ 
Howard 

Addler M., butcher, 302 Beale, r. 315 Fulton 

Adelsdorfer Ernest (Ordenstein & Co.) r. 
1605 Gough 

Adelsdorfer Isaac, r. 312 Sixth 

Adelsdorfer Jos., salesman with Frankenthal 
& Co., r. 505 Van Ness av 

Adelsdorfer Zacharias, mcht, r. 1605 Gough 

Adelstein Barnett, pedlar, r. 510 Post 

Adema H., helper U. S. Mint, r. 511 O'Far 

Adena Wm., shipwright, r. 6 Tehama 

Aderton Frank A., harnessmkr, r. Church 
Lane nr Dolores 

Adinger Geo., cabinetmkr with Knorp & 
Co., r. 19 Dupont 

Adin Joseph, r. 512 Fourth 

Adjtitaut-General'M Department, 
U. S. Army, off 105 Stockton 

Adkius John H., supt Mission Woolen Mills, 
r. 274 Clementina 

Adlenheim Julius, baker, r. 776 Foisom 

Adler & Cypher (David Adler and H. S. Cy- 
pher) butchers, 419 Hayes 

Adler <fe Newman (David Adler and Philip 
Newman) New Fell's Pt Mkt, 704 But- 
tery 

Adler Aaron A., clerk, r. 1113 Post 

Adler Adolph, bkpr with Hart & Goodman, 
r. Siegfried's Hotel 

Adler Albert S., physician, 748 Howard 

Adler Alexander, bkpr with Ordenstein & 
Co., r. 513 Post 

Adler Bar. real estate agt, r. 748 Howard 

Adler Chas., r. 23(; Sutter 



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Adler Chas., elk with I. Glazier & Co., r, 

1019 Sutter 
Adler Chas. (W. & I. Steinhart & Co.) r. 

1113 Post 
Adler Chas. C, salesman with Fechheimer, 

Goodkind & Co., 16 8anBome 
Adler David (Adler & Cypher and Adler & 

Newman) r. 419 Hayes 
Adler Elkon, drayman, r. 468 Sixth 
Adler Hermann, bkpr with Simon Held & 

Co., r. 505 Post 
Adler Jacob, elk with M. UUmann & Co., r. 

513 Post 
Adler Jos., elk with A. Koman & Co.. r. 315 

Fulton 
Adler Julius, local agt Union Insurance Co., 

r. 513 Post 
Adler Leopold, r. 910 Geary 
Adler Leopold (Uhl & Adler) r. 564 Steven- 
son 
Adler Louis, boots and shoes, 333 East, r. 

119 Francisco 
Adler Louis M., with Einstein Bros. & Co., 

r. 315 Folsom 
Adler Louisa, r. 24 Verona 
Adler M., mcht, r, 1702 Polk 
Adler Max, upholsterer, r. 519 Bush 
Adler Morris, butcher, 302 Beale, r. 315 

Fulton 
Adler P., carriagemkr with J. Radczewsky, 

r. 112 Polk 
Adler Eobert, bootcutter with Einstein Bros. 

& Co., r. 315 Fulton 
Adler Solomon, r. 729 Geary 
Adler Solomon, salesman with Ackerman 

Bros., r. 748 Howard 
Adley F., r. Paris House 
Adlington David M., carptr, r. 1125 Kearny 
Adlington Mary Mrs., dressmkr, r. 434% 

Tehama 
Adlington Thos., bar Sacramento Boat, r. 

434 ^^ Tehama 
Admonds James J., butcher, 829 Folsom 
Adock Thos., shipwiight, r. 13 Tehama 
Adolphus Henry Mrs., r. 1416 Powell 
Adonis L. X., baker, r. 1003 Pacific 
Adrian Frank, butcher, r. cor 24th andBrj'ant 
Adrian Geo., barber with Lampe Bros., r. 

502 Bush 
Adrian Wm. mcht, r. 629 California 
Advance S. M. Co. (Aljnne Co., Cal.) Bar- 

tlett Lingley sec, 309 California, rm 16 
Advent Christian Chapel, D. Mathewson 

pastor, Eddy bet Taylor and Jones 
Aeils Chas., porter with Hardie & Fredericks 
Aeschlimann John Henry, coachman with 

Daniel Cook, 1117 Pine 
.ZEtna Fire Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.) 

Geo. C. Boardmau manager, Henry 

Carlton jr. agt, 311 California 
.SJtna Iron Works, Pendergast & Smith 

proprs, 217 Fremont 
.Etna Life Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.) 

C. \V. Dannals agt, 504 Kearny 
Afeld Joseph, musician, r. 805 Larkin 



Affleck C. D., elk, r. Greenwich bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Afflerbach Christian Henry, pastor Broadway 

German M. E. Church r. 1904 Stockton 
Afflerbach Edmond C, bkpr with T. M. An- 

tisell & Co., r. 1904 Stockton 
Aflfolter Geo. S., compositor with Crane & 

Co., r. ns. Clay bet Kearny and Mont 
Agama Jane A., -vndow, dressmkr, r. 403 

Union 
Agard Geo. E., salesman with M. Bosenshine 

& Bro., 604 Front 
Agee Robert P., wood, r. se. cor Columbia 

pi and Rutledge av 
Agenda M. Co. (Butte Co., Cal.) H. B. 

Congdon sec, 330 Pine, rm 33 
Ager James E. (Bacon & Co.) r. 134 Twenty- 
sixth 
Ager John E., bkpr with Mutual Life Ins. 

Co. (of New York) r. Prospect av nr 

28th 
Aggat James, r. 39 Fifth 
Aghtinger Alfred, tailor, r. 24 Dupont 
Agnew Gilmore, compositor Chronicle, r. 755 

Howard 
Agnew James P., elk S. F. and North Pacific 

R. R., r. 1308 Mission 
Agnew John, livery stable, r. 147 Valencia 
Agnew John J., foreman S. F. Gaslight Co., 

r. 149 Perry 
Agnew Patrick, calker with Boole & Web- 
ster, r. Washington House 
Agnew Samuel, lab, r. ws. Dolores nr Day 
Agnew Thos. city agt State Investment Ins. 

Co.. r. 944 Howard 
Agnew Wm. C, teamster S. F. Gaslight Co., 

T.11% Freelon, rear 
Agote Guidi, r. 222 Broadway 
Agren Oscar, seaman, r. 623 Davis 
Agricultural Park, ns. Point Lobos av bet 

24th and 28th avs 
Aguilar Francis J., barber with Creamer & 

Deckelman, r. 1508 Dupont 
Aguilar James, steward U. S. str Shubrick 
Aguirre J. M., real estate, r. 3 Gardner 
Aguirre Martin J., cigars and money broker, 

500 Kearny, r. 2 Gardner 
Aguirre Peter A., hatter, 329 Kearny, r. 1508 

Powell 
Ah Bon (Chinese) cigar mnfr, 525 Broadway 
Ah Chan Co. (Chinese) cigars, 500 Merchant 
Ah Chin (Chinese) clothing, 737 Jackson 
Ah Chutt (Chinese) expressman, se. cor Du- 
pont and Jackson 
Ah Fon (Chinese) cigars and tobacco, 525 

East 
Ah Heung (Chinese) inspector Ning Gong 

Co. and supt Chinese Temple, 222-228 

Montgomery av 
Ah Lung (Chinese) cigar mnfr, 503 Bdway 
Ah Tong (Chinese) shoemkr, 625 Broadway 
Ah Tune (Chinese) cigars, 410 Sansome 
Ah Sin (Chinese) cigars and tobacco, 411 

East 
Ah Sing (Chinese) cigar mnfr, 1224 Market 



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Ah Sing (Chinese) cigars, 212 Drumm 
Aharan Anna, widow, r. 727 Minna 
Aharau Mary, domestic, 1501 Van Nesa av 
Aharn Daniel, lab, r. Broderick bet Post and 

Sutter ■ 
Aharn Maurice, lab r. Central av bet Post 

and Sutter 
Aharn William, carptr, r. 1160 Howard 
Ahborn Henry, expressman cor Post and 

Dupont, r. es. Johnson av nr St. Rose 
Ahearn James, seaman, r. 919 Folsom 
Abeam Thomas, blacksmith Union Foundry 
Ahearn Patrick, lamplighter S. F. Gas- 
light Co., r. 421 Fulton 
Ahef Dietrich, butcher, r. Fifth av nr K, 

South S. F. 
Aheren Ellen, widow, r. 414 Post 
Ahern & Co. (Martin Aheru and Dennis W. 

Long) com mchts, 208 Washington 
Ahern Ann, widow, r. 15 Boardman pi 
Ahern Honora, domestic, 1810 Post 
Ahern James, coachman, r. 10 Lewis 
Ahern James, seaman, r. 19 Commercial 
Ahern James A., lab, r. 10 Lewis 
Ahern M., milkman, r. se. cor Silver av 

and Williams 
Ahern M. A. Miss, teacher Eighth-st Prim- 
ary School, r. cor Larkin and McAllister 
Ahern Martin (Aheru & Co.) r. nw. cor 

Montgomery and Jackson 
Ahern Michael, bootmakei-, r. 1816 Ellis 
Ahern Michael, lab, r. 10 Boardman pi, rear 
Ahern Michael, porter with M. R. Meacher, 

r. ws. Rondell pi nr Sixteenth 
Ahern Michael, lab, r. Sixteenth nr Guerrero 
Ahern Morris, lab, r. Cemetery av 
Ahern Patrick, lab, r. Broadway bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearney 
Ahern Patrick 0., lab, r. 421 Fulton 
Ahern Timothy, helper with Pac. Iron 

Works, r. cor First and Mission 
Ahern Timothy, lab, r. 178 Dora 
Ahern Wm., carptr, r. 1118 Howard 
Ahern Wm. C, oysterman with A. W. Man- 
ning, r. Sacramento nr Montgomery 
Ahkmau Thomas, lab, r. 125 Park av 
Ahlart Frederick, fancy goods, Post bet Scott 

and Devisadero 
Ahlbach Jacob, hardware, 211 Fourth, r. 

10% Louisa 
Ahlboru Chas., propr Hansa Hotel, 429 Bush 
Ahlborn Philip, teamster, r. 5 Mason, rear 
Ahlburu Fredericka, widow, r. 33 Jessie bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Ahle John, eugiueer Bay Sugar Eefiuery, r. 

1017 Battery 
Ahleis Wia., with Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 

Dore bet Bryant and Harrison 
Ahlenfeld Morris D., candies, 103 Vi Fifth 
Abler Albert, longshoreman, r. 1906 Dupont 
Ahler.s & Itockniau (J. H. Ahlers and 
D. H. Bockman) groceries, nw cor Polk 
and Austin 
Ahlera Dietrich, brtdr with S. P. Collins, 
329 Montgomery 



Ahlers Geo. (Sturken & Ahlers) r. 229 Spear 
Ahlers Henry, stevedore, r. nw. cor Howard 

and Steuart 
Ahlers Jos. H. (Ahlers & Bockman) r. 107 

Austin 
Ahlers Wm., elk with Finner Bros,, r. 641 Cal 
Ahlers Wm., lab Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. Dore 

bet Bryant and Harrison 
Ahlgrain C, baker Brooklyn Hotel 
Ahlson L. W., cooper with Chas. Sealey, r. 

Oakland 
Ahms Herman, carptr, r. 1017 Market 
Ahpel Carl, bkpr with D, Samuels, r. 838 

McAllister 
Ahpel Henry & Co. (Henry Ahpel) prod 

com, 209 Washington 
Ahpel Henry (Henry Ahpel & Co.,) r. 11 

Carlos pi 
Ahrans Henry, cooper, r. Harrison bet 17th 

and 18th 
Ahrenberger Franz, musician Grand Opera 

House 
Ahreiii^ Jk Tamm (Nicholas H. Ahrens 

and John W. Tamm) groceries, ne. cor 

Natoma and Second 
Ahrens & Windt (Henry Ahrens and Henry 

Windt) groceries, ne. cor Hyde and Bdwy 
Ahrens Chas. F., cabinetmkr with Chas. 

Klemm, r. 148 Bluxome 
Ahrens Christian watchmkr and jeweler, 843 

Dupont 
Ahrens D. & G., saloon, sw. cor Main and 

Mission 
Ahrens Diedrich (D. & G. Ahrens) r. sw cor 

Main and Mission 
Ahrens George (D. & G. Ahrens) r. sw. cor 

Main and Mission 
Ahrens George, watchmkr with C. Ahrens, r. 

843 Dupont 
Ahrens H. & Co. (Henry Ahrens, Wm. D. 

Koch and H. Tietjen) proprs Chicago 

Brewery, 1428 Pine 
Ahrens Henry, r. 506 Fourth 
Ahrens Henry (Ahrens & Windt) r. ne. cor 

Hyde and Broadway 
Ahrens Henry (H. Ahi-ens & Co.) r. 1515 

Larkin 
Ahrens Henry, cooper, r. Harrison bet 17th 

and 18th 
Ahrens Henry, waiter with F. Convades, r. 

310 Fourth 
Ahrens Jacob (Bordt & Ahrens) r. ne. cor 

William and Geary 
Ahrens Jacob H., saloon, 218 Commercial, r. 

3 Kohler's pi 
Ahrens Kate Mrs., v. 525 Broadway 
Ahrens Martin, elk with A. Scheper, r. 734 

Broadway 
Ahrens Nicholas H. (Ahrens &Tamm)r. 117 

Natoma 
Ahrens Rudolph, elk with John Drucker, r. 

968 Mission 
Ahumadu Joseph M., real estate agt, 631 Sac 
Aibischer Bruno, real estate, r. 1337 Dupont 



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Aibischer Joseph, carptr, r. 1337 Dupt, rear 
Aibischer Louis, artist, r. 1337 Dupout, rear 
Aicher Frauk, machiaist, r. 1618 Stockton 
Aickley William C, carptr, r. 15% Clinton 
Aid IJnion, H. H. Quakernack manager, 

320 Sansome, rm 8 
Aiken Addie E., teacher Broadway Grammar 
School, r. 7 Pearl 

Aiken Andrew, jeweler, r. 655 Washington 

Aiken James, teamster with William Kerr, r. 
909 Battery, rear 

Aiken John, r. 814 Filbert 

Aiken John, foreman knitter Mission Woolen 
Mills, r. 110 Fourth 

Aiken John F., milkman, r. sw. cor Bush 
and Pierce 

Aiken Robert, shoemkr with I. M. Went- 
worth & Co., r. Ellis nr Buchanan 

Aiken William H., atty-at-law, 34 
Montgomery blk, r. 1009 Powell 

Aikens Eobert, r. 26 Sixth 

Aimee — Miss, with J. Chaubert, r. 46 Te- 
hama 

Ainright Cornelius, lab S. F. Grading Co., 
Long Bridge 

Ainsa James M., Naval Dept Custom House, 
r. 305 Lombard 

Ainsa Jesus, lab, r. 125 Francisco 

Ainsa L. Mrs., r. 305 Lombard 

Ainsa Manuel, capitalist, 306 Montgomery, r. 
305 Lombard 

Ainsa M. I., mining, r. 305 Lombard 

Ainsley James E., compositor News Letter, 
r. 24 Sixth 

Ainsley John, cutter with U. W. C. Boot and 
Shoe Co., r. 24 Sixth 

Ainsley Thos., lab, r. 24 Sixth 

Ainsley Thos. Mrs., lodgings, 24 Sixth 

Ainsley Wm., painter, r. 23 Rousch 

Ainslie M. N., widow, r. 762 Howard 

Ainsworth Chas., mate bark Martha Eideout, 
r. 523 Tehama 

Ainsworth F. W., bkpr and manager with A. 
D. Remington, r. Oakland 

Aird James, blacksmith with Pacific Iron 
Works, r. 129 Welch 

Airey H. J., butcher with A. Dolet, r. 61 Clem 

Alston Madge Miss, actress Bella Union 
Theatre 

Aitken Chas. H., butcher, r. 208 Ellis 

Aitkeu Grace Miss with Kraker & Gross- 
mayer 

Aitkeu James (Moynihan & Aitken) r. Oak- 
land 

Aitken John E., butcher with Frederick Jen- 
sen, r. 742 Minna 

Aitken K. S. Mrs., clairvoyant, 208 Ellis 

Aitken Samuel jr., machinist, r. nw. cor 
25th and Capp ^ 

Aitkeu Samuel Mrs., widow, r. nw. cor 
25th and Capp 

Aitken Chas. H., butcher, 5 Washington, r. 
208 Ellis 

Aitken L. M., tailor, r. Filbert bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny 



Aitken Wm., coachman, 454 Brj'ant 
Akerman Benj. J., dep U. S. marshal r. 745 

Howard 
Akers Harry, drayman, r. ns. Walnut av bet 

Post and Sutter 
AkertWm., r. 1315 Stockton 
Akins Wm., lab, r. 20 Sherwood pi 
Akmann Wm. (Meyer & Akmann) r. ne. cor 

Sa<ramento and Drumm 
Alabama & Humboldt Con. M. Co. (Storey 

Co. Nev.) Wm. H. Watson sec, 302 

Montgomery, nns 5-6 
Alabama M. Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) Wm. 

H. McClintock, sec, 419 California rm 4 
Alacran S. M. Co. (Mexico) L. L. Eobin- 

son pres, 320 Sansome, rm 23 
Alaho Peter, cook, r, 430 Vallejo 
Alameda dumber Yard, Edward M. Derby 

propr, off 226 Clay 
Alameda M. Co. (White Pine Co. Nev.) 

Lyttleton Price sec, 606 Mont, rm 2 
Alameda Real Estate Agency, Frank Coy 

manager, off 430 Montgomery 
Alaney Michael, farmer, r junction Spring 

Valley water Hume and Ocean House rd 
Alaska Coal Co., 63 Merchants' Exchange 
Alaska Commercial Co., JohnF. Miller pres, 

E Neumann sec, furs, off 310-312 San 
Alaska Con. M. Co. (Lyon Co. Nev.) Geo. 

E. Spinney sec, 320 California, rm 5 
Alaska Saloon, Daiss & Schmitl proprs, nw. 

cor Bush and Kearny 
Alatorre G. L., hairdresser with J. A. Fer- 
guson, r. 206 Montgomery 
Alatorre Prisiliano, cigarmkr with Bertz 

& Alonso, r. 720 Vallejo 
Alatorre S., cigarmkr, r. 6 Montgomery 
Alban Wm. G., mining supt, 411% Califor- 
nia, rm 7, r. 338 Turk 
Albany Brewery, Sjjreckles & Co. proprs, 

Everett bet Third and Fourth 
Albaretti Antonio, chairmkr, r. 9 Lafayette pi 
Albars Henry, lab, r. 6 Bryant av 
Albee Chas., policeman, r. cor Ecker and 

Stevenson 
Albemarle Drug Store, Jas. J. McDonnell 

propr, 1036 Market 
Albemarle House, 8 Mason 
Alben Louis, brick dealer, r. ws. Church bet 

16th and 17th 
Albens Casinta, widow, r. 1112 Kearny, rear 
Alber John, haruessmkr, r. 411 Jackson 
Alberg Frank, teamster with Vermeil & Wel- 
lington, r. se. cor BeiTv and Fourth 
Alberga G. B., porter Pacific Stock Exchange, 

r. 1513 Leavenworth 
Albergo De Succo Hotel, G. Bertolucci & 

Co. proprs, 307-309 Broadway 
Alberigi Demetrio, wood and coal, 910 Stock 
Albers Albert, ornamental i^aiuter with A. 

Frei, r. ne. cor Brannau and Fourth 
Albers Anton, foreman with Denicke Bros, r. 

819 Post, rear 
Albers August, oystermau with Henry C. 

Anderson, r. Alameda 



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419 and 421 SANSOME STREET. 



Albers Henry, lab Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 10 

Bryant av 
Albers John, longshoreman, r. 314 Vallejo 
Albers John H., bkpr with Conlin & liob- 

erts and extraman Hook and Lad- 
der No. 2, S. F. Fire Dept, r. 22 O'Far 
Albers Marcus, groceries, 335 Fourth 
Albert Henry, oysterman Phils' saloon, r. 

1012 Clay 
Albert James, lab, r. Kearny bet Lombard 

and Greenwich 
Albert John Adam, buckskin dresser, r. ss. 

26th bet Mission and Howard 
Albert Lewis (Lewis & Co.) r. 148 Tehama 
Albertson George, lab, r. Filbert bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Albertson Henry C, carptr, r. 304 Jessie 
Albertson Joseph A., homeopathic physician, 

109 O'Farrell 
Albion Brewery, Burnell & Simpldns proprs, 

sw. cor G and 7th av S. S. F. 
Alborelle Antonio, upholsterer -with C. M. 

Plum & Co., r. 105 Prospect pi 
Albrecht August (Schroder &, Albrecht) r. 

Oakland 
Albrecht Frederick (Anton & Albrecht) 154 

Second 
Albrecht Frederick, lab Pacific Rolling Mills 
Albrecht George, blacksmith, cor IGth and 

R R av, r. 16th av bet L and M, South 

S. F. 
Albrecht Herman, machinist, r. 516 Pacific 
Albrecht J., tailor, r. 528 Bush 
Albrecht James, driver with Fred Katz, r. 

1008 Union 
Albrecht John, carpetbeater, r. 6 Scheerer pi 
Albrecht John B., groceries, nw. cor 24th 

and Church 
Albrecht Joseph, elk ^nth Joseph M. Shot- 
well, r. 139 Clara 
Albrecht Richard, bakery, 109 Taylor 
Albrecht Rudolph, architect, r. 823 Twentieth 
Albrecht Wm., elk, se. cor Mission and 18th 
Albren John, blacksmith, r. 1318 Vallejo 
Albright John H., bkpr with Chas. Field & 

Co, r. 1108 Pierce 
Albriss Joseph, deckhand stmt Washington . 
Album Alice, domestic, sw. cor Shotwell and 

24th 
Alburtis Andrew, carptr, 1812 Jessie 
Alcatraz Market, John Noltenius propr, se. 

cor Stockton and Lombaid 
Alcayuga Victoria, with Fohl & Byers, 524 

Broad waj' 
Alchesa Luigi, baker, r. 9 Union pi, rear 
Alcide Leglise, French laundry, 511 Hyde 
Alden Frank, carptr, r. 202 Second 
Alden Fruit Preserving Co., of California 

(The) George W, Deitzler pres, oflf. 

426 Montgomery 
Alden Samuel B., policeman, r. 4 Bernard 
Alden Thos. H., seaman, r. Portsmouth 

House 
Alder Gottlieb, bkpr with J. C. Rued, r. 627 

Commercial 



Alderman Oscar, policeman New Olympic 

Varieties, r. 212 Ellis 
Alderny John, lab, r. ns. Francisco bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Alderny Lawson, mason, r. 323 Greenwich 
Aldine Co. (Chinese) cigar manufactory, 

228 Battery 
Aldran John, carptr, r. 817% Jessie 
Aldred Michael J., foreman with McAfee, 

Spiers &■ Co., r. 144 Natoma 
Aldred Robert, lab, S. F. Gaslight Co., 

r. 34 Jessie 
Aldrich Byron L., teacher Girls' High 

School, r. 28 McAllister 
Aldrich Charles, r. 1218 Powell 
Aldrich Geo. A., fireman S. P. R. R., r. 1929 

Howard 
Aldrich Hosea, carptr, r. 1212 Larkin 
Aldrich Louis, attj'-at-law, 330 Pine, rm 53, 

r. 1723 Clay 
Aldrich William A., capitalist, 200 Sansome, 

r. Grand Hotel 
Aldridge Albert, carptr, r. 1031 Market 
Aldridge John A., waiter, r. 636 Commercial 
Aldridge Joseph, laborer, r. Wood nr Lincoln 
Aldridge Robert, teamster S. F. Gaslight 

Co., r. 54 First 
Aleck Peter, seaman schr Howard 
Aledo House, Wm. Martin propr, 808 J^ Mis 
Alegre Manuel M., r. 819 Mission 
Alegrice Gil., foreman with Lowell & Stro- 

bridge, r. 119 Virginia 
Alema Torphee, dishwasher with C. Fran- 

ciscovich, r. G Fourth 
Alemuny Joseph S., Most Rev. Arch 

Bishop of California, r. 628 California 
Alers Augustus, physician, 716 Montgomery 
Alex Bella, dressmkr with Mrs. P. M. Wil- 

liard, r. 1519 Dupont 
Alex George, varnisher, r. 213 Dupont 
Alex Joseph F. (Constantine & Alex) r. 1519 

Dupont 
Alexander Adolph, tailor, 807 Market, r. 44 

Third 
Alexander Alec, r. 1037 Market 
Alexander Andre, shipwright, r. ne. cor 

Townsend and Second 
Ale.Yandcr Barton S., Lieut. Col. En- 
gineers, U. S. A., pres. Board Engineers 

Mil. Div. Pacific, off 533 Kearny, r. Pal- 
ace Hotel 
Alexander B. D., carptr, r. 839 Mission 
Alexander Benj., r. 839 Mission 
Alexander Benj., laundry man, r. 826 Green 
Alexander Benj., salesman with U. Simon 

& Sons, r. 706 Vallejo 
Alexander Catherine Mrs., midwife, r. 234 

Folsom 
Alexander Charles, cigars and tobacco, 957 

Market, r. 500 Jessie 
Alexander Charles, shipwright, r. 270 First 
Alexander Charles M., tinsmith, 513 Fourth, 

r. 315 Fifth 
Alexander D. & Co. (David .Vlexandcr) imps 

and mnfrs cigars and tobacco, 222 Bat 



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Alexander David (D. Alexander & Co.) r. 

1047 Harrison 
Alexander David G., blipr with Cantin «fe 

Everett, r 2022 Pine 
Alexander E., r. 3-14 Fifth 
Alexander E., miner, r. 127 Jackson 
Alexander Edward, lab, r. Jackson and Kear 
Alexander Edwin C, printer, r, 613 Hyde 
Alexander E. L., special agt P. 0. Dept, 716 

Montgomery, r. 405 Hyde 
Alexander Ezekiel, master str Los Angeles, 

r. 20 Hawthorne 
Alexander Flora, widow, r. 519 Jones 
Alexander Geo., stockkeeper, 54 Third, r. 519 

Jones 
Alexander Geo., elk P. M. S. S. Co., r. 527 

Folsom 
Alexander Geo. W. (Osborn & Alexander) r. 

520 Bush 
Alexander Goodman, glazier, r. 5 Elizabeth 
Alexander Gussie, domestic, 535 Turk 
Alexander Harry, elk with W. Cohen & Co., 

r. 772 Howard 
Alexander Hugh B.. civil engineer Pacific 

Bridge Co,, r. 1037 Market 
Alexander I. E., carpenter, 1136 Mission 
Alexander Isaac, shoemkr, 364 Pacific 
Alexander J. A., hides, r. 2513 Clay 
Alexander James, candy and notions, 202 

Montgomery av 
Alexander James, tailor, 281 Stevenson 
Alexander James, whol wood and coal, es. 

Berry nr Third, r. 434 Sixth 
Alexander John, lab, r. 237 Main 
Alexander John, lab, r. Filbert bet Battery 

and Sansome 
Alexander Jos., elk with Godchaux Bros. & 

Co., r. 617 Green 
Alexander Joseph D., melter Pac. Bef. and 

and Bui. Ex., r. 1016 Green 
Alexander J, K. P., conductor Cent. E. K. 

r. 1046 Folsom 
Alexander Jugel, master mariner, r. 20 Haw- 
thorne 
Alexander Laura Miss, r. 1047 Harrison 
Alexander Lebon, laundryman, r. 826 Green 
Alexander L. 0., mcht, r. 125 O'Farrell 
Alexander Lyman, mnfr hoops and corsets, 

1028-1030 Market, r. 134 Thirteenth 
Alexander Manuel, shoecutter with Levinsky 

Bros., r. 1326% Natoma 
Alexander Max, r. 1326j^ Natoma 
Alexander O., oflf 309 California, r. 725 Bush 
Alexander Otto, elk with D. Alexander & 

Co., r. 1047 Harrison 
Alexander Philip, drygoods, 2602 Mission 
Alexander Reuben F., carptr, r. 124 Shipley 
Alexander Richard, elk with D. Alexander & 

Co., r. 1047 Harrison 
Alexander Richard S., carptr, calker and 

sparmkr, 15 Drumm, r. 22 Tehama 
Alexander Robert, shipwright, r. 2022 Pine 
Alexander Robert J., salesman with Eagle- 
son & Co., r. 520 J^ Sutter 



Alexander S., salesman with Mark Hart, r. 

Warschauer House 
Alexander Samuel, wdth T. & D. Lundy, 124 

Shipley 
Alexander Samuel, tailor, r. 706 Vallejo 
Alexander Samuel O. (S. O. Alexander & 

Co.) r. 125 O'Farrell 
Alexander S. C, bkpr Bank British Columbia 
Alexander S. 0. & Co. (S. O. Alexander and 

A. Marcus) imps clothing, 4 Battery 
Alexander T., widow, r. 2 Cedar av 
Alexander T. H. Mrs., r. Grand Hotel 
Alexander T. H., pres Mindeleff Reduction 
Co., ofl" King bet 5th and 6th, r. Arling- 
ton House 
Alexander Theodore, elk, r. 1113 Stockton 
Alexander Theodore, elk with E. A. Jessel & 

Co., r. 809 Jackson 
Alexander W., blacksmith with Daniel E. 

Shields, r. Brooklyn Hotel 
Alexander Wallace, elk with Higgins & Conk- 
ling, r. 1016 Green 
Alexander Wm., elk with J. H. Savre, r. 2022 

Pine 
Alexander Wm., gardener, r. 625% Clay 
Alexander Wm. F., painter, r. sw. corVallejo 

and Gough 
Alexander Wm. H., porter with Colmau 

Bros., r 21 Bernard 
Alexander Wm. T., farmer, r. 258 Stevenson 
Alexander Y.. widow, r. 18 Turk 
Alexandre Antoine, lab, r. 299 Vallejo 
Alexandre Elizabeth, widow, r. 505 Gough 
Alexandre I. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 87 Ninth 
Alferitz Peter ( Dellepiane & Co. ) r. 620 Green 
Alford Allen C, carptr, r. 714 Natoma 
Alford Charles, with Ira Marden «fe Co., r. 

714 Natoma 
Alford James H., grocer, r. 1041 Mission 
Alfos Frederick, elk with Robert K. Part- 
ridge, r. 128 Steuart 
Alfred A. C, carptr, r. 714 Natoma 
Alfred Charles, fireman, r. 2107 Stockton 
Alfred Geo., lab, r. 802 Stockton 
Alfs John F. (Claus & Alfs) r. 206 Steuart 
Alfs Louisa, domestic, 2522 Mission 
Alfs Wm. (Brand, Naber & Co.) r. 221 Oak 
Algeo James, drayman with Baker & Hamil- 
ton, r. Bluxome bet Fourth and Fifth 
Alger Frank, carptr with California Mills, r. 

202 Second 
Alger J. W., atty-at-law, 224 Montgomerv, 

r. 322 Fulton 
Algern August, cook Palace Hotel 
Algray Chas., baker, r. 3 Chatham pi 
Alharabra Building, 319 Bush 
Alhambra M. Co. (Lyon Co. Nev.) R. Wege- 
ner sec, 414 California 
Alhambra Q. M. Co., A. L. Fuller sec, 320 

Sansome, rm 19 
Alhainbrtk i^aloou, Blackburn & Fal- 
lon, proprs, 323 Bush 
Alhambra Tlioatre, Thos. Maguirejr, 
lessee and manager, Biish bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 



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Alias — , domestic, 405 Leavenworth 
Alisen Frank, cook with A. Raicevich & Co., 

r. 1200% Jackson 
Alison Chas., machinist Risdon Iron and 

Locomotive Works, r. 1038 J;-^ Folsom 
Alison Chas., shipwright, r. 804 Third 
All Nations Hotel, F. Joseph Bertrand propr, 

432 Broadway 
Allaire Paul, with G. Venard^ r. 625 Front 
Allan John, stone seal engraver, 408 Bush 
Allan Mary J., widow, r. 305 Fifth 
Allan Robert I., stave jointer Pac. Barrel 

and Keg Co., r. 123 Park av 
AUard Edward J., cooper Pac. Barrel and 

Keg Co., r. 9 White pi 
Allardt Geo. F., civil engineer, 432 Mont- 
gomery, r, 1719 Sacramento 
Allardyce Alexander Rev., pastor Memo- 
rial Presbyterian Church 
Allardyce John, elk with Murphy, Grant & 

Co., r Munroe's blk. Fifteenth av 
AUari Henry, mining agt, r. sw. cor Eighth 

and Buchanan 
Allari Joseph, tripe, pickles, etc., 53-54 Cal- 
ifornia mrkt, r. 29 Morton 
Allbee Chas., Underwriters' Fire Patrol, r. 

33 Stevenson 
Allbright Max, cabinetmkr, r. 317 Bush 
Alldack Joseph, groceries, sw. cor Biash and 

Devisadero 
AUdack's Hall, sw. cor Bush and Devisadero 
AUdredge Robert, lab, r. 29 Jessie, rear 
AUee Daniel, bk^^r, r. 245 Stevenson 
AUegra H., r. 119 Virginia 
Allen &. Lewis (Lucius H. Allen and C. H. 

Le%vis) com mchts, 202 California 
Allen & Young (Theo. H Allen and Thos. 

Young) stevedores, 821 Battery 
Allen A. F., salesman with W. T. Garratt, r. 

nw. cor Natoma and Freemont 
Allen A. J., supt Market-st R R Stables, r. 

16th bet Valencia and Second av 
Allen Albert, lab, r. Filbert bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Allen Albert W., heater Pac. Rolling Mills, 

r. ws. Michigan ur 20th 
Allen Alexander, weaver, r. 514 Shotwell 
Allen Alonzo W., patternmkr with Wm. 

Kewin, r. 12 Laskie 
Allen Annie, domestic, 2114 Larkin 
Allen Ansel S., saloon, 730 Pacific 
Allen Asa, barber, r. Fillmore bet Sutter and 

Post 
Allen A. W., engineer S. P. R. R. 
Allen Bennett G. (Wing & Allen) r. 1711 

Eddy 
Allen Bessie Miss, milliner, r. 308 Sixth 
Allen C. E., actor Grand Opera House, r. 519 

O'Farrell 
Allen Chas., barber with J. M. Ellis, r. Park 

Hotel 
Allen Chas., compositor Examiner, r. 510 

Howard 
Allen Chas., seaman, rr)23 Davis. 
Allen Chas. C, r. 729 Bryant 



Allen Chas. E., pres Standard Soap Co., 204 

Sacramento, r. Oakland 
Allen Chas. J., boilermkr, r. 48 Clementina 
Allen Chas. R., cashier Black Diamond Coal 

Co., r. Oakland 
Allen C. M. Mrs., r. 615 Lombard 
Allen Declan, carriagemkr, r. 652 Stevenson 
Allen David H., salesman with Crane, Hast- 
ings & Co., r. 1412 Sacramento 
Allen Delia M. Mrs., fancy goods, 118 Ninth 
Allen Edgar L., bkpr with F. P. & J. A. 

Hooper, r. 211 Eddy 
Allen Edward, sawfiler, r. 1207 Montgomery 
Allen Edward, surgeon P. M. S. S. Co. 
Allen Edward T., com mcht, 330 Sansome, r. 

35 South Park 
Allen Elisha, r, 135 Sixth 
Allen Elizabeth Miss, asst matron Protestant 
Orphan Asylum, r. Waller bet Buchanan 
and Laguna 
Allen Elizabeth, widow, r. 603 Bush 
Allen Elizabeth, widow, r. 31^ Beale 
Allen Esther, widow,furnished rm8,223 Minna 
Allen Eugene A., sawfiler and extraman En- 
gine 4, S. F. Fire Dept, r. 144 Second 
Allen Frances Mrs., bakery and confection- 
ery, 326 Sixteenth 
Allen Frank, carptr, r. Tanners' Home 
Allen Geo., carptr, r. 15% Rousch 
Allen Geo., longshoreman, r. 5 Drumm 
Allen Geo., molder, r. 315 Beale 
Allen Geo, H., conductor, r. cor Gough and 

Hayes 
Allen Geo. S., bkpr with N. S. Arnold, r. 

Oakland 
Allen Geo. W., packer with J. A. Folger & 

Co., r. nw. cor Fillmore and Post 
Allen Georgiana, chambermaid Palace Hotel 
Allen Harry, barber, r. cor Third and Folsom 
Allen Henry F., elk with Allen & Lewis, r. 

570 Harrison 
Allen Henry F., salesman .with W. J. Heney 

& Co., r. 510 Larkin 
Allen H. H.. mcht, 23 Merchants' Exchange, 

r. 514 Stockton 
Allen Hugh, nurseryman and florist, sw. cor 

McAllister and Buchanan 
Allen I. H., extraman Hook and Ladder No. 

1, S. F. Fire Dept, 22 O'Farrell 
Allen I. S., propr Webb-st House, 25 Webb 
Allen Isaac, compositor Stock Exchange, r. 

308 Sixth 
Allen Isaac P., exchange elk Bank of Cali- 
fornia, r. 1008 Jones 
Allen Isaac P., shipwright with L. S. Allen, 

r. 838 Harrison 
Allen Isaac S., sec S. F. Benevolent Society, 

r. 1028 Pine 
Allen J. (Cottrell & Allen) r. 209 Leidesdorff 
Allen James-, engineer P. M. S. S. Co., r. 18 

Ridley 
Allen James, expressman, cor Pacific and 

Stockton, r. 1918 Pacific 
Allen James, lab, r. Filbert bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny 



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AUeu James, lab, r. cor Pacific and Gough 
Alien James, lab with William Kerr, r. 907 

Battery, rear 
Allen James, machinist, r. 547 Folsom 
Alien James, mcht, r. Bay bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde 
Allen James, painter with Kimball Mnfg Co., 

r. 652 Stevenson 
Allen James, shipwright, r. 137 Natoma 
Allen James, stevedore, r. 7th av nr L, S.S.F. 
Allen James, tailor, r. 237 Minna 
Allen James A., carptr, r. 700 Broadway 
Allen James G., master schr Alice Kimball, r. 

305 East 
Allen James H., r. 348 Fourth 
Allen James G., shorthand reporter, 104 

Montgomery blk 
Allen James M., atty-at-law, 12 Nevada blk, 

r. 1219 Bush 
Allen James Monroe, propr Nucleus Livery 

Stable, r. 186 Jessie 
Allen Jas. T., lab P. M. S. S. Co., r. 547 Fol 
Allen Jeremiah E., boarding and lodging, 18 

Washington 
Allen John, carptr, r. ws. Hyde nr Bay 
Allen John, crockery and hardware, 1322 

Stockton, r. nw. cor 1st av and 15th 
Allen John, drayman, r. 1207 Montgomery 
Allen John, drayman with Wilmerding, Kel- 
logg & Co., r. 208 Second 
Allen John, groceries, nw. cor Eousch and 

Folsom 
Allen John, harnessmkr with C. H. Mead, r. 

741 Market 
Allen John, leader Allen's Band, r. 308 Sixth 
Allen John, longshoreman, r. 29 OakGroVe av 
Alien John, metal roofer with Conlin & Rob- 
erts, r. 234 Fourth 
Allen John, plumber and extraman Hook and 

Ladder No. 2, S. F. Fire Dept, r. sw. cor 

Howard and Third 
Allen John, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Allen John E., plumber and gasfitter, 639 

Post, r. 242 Fremont 
Allen John, tailor with John Kavanagh, r. 

1315 Broadway 
Allen John H., driver Market-st .R. E., r. 

Cincinnati Hotel 
Allen John P., r. 711 California 
Allen John P. jr., mcht, r. Sacramento and 

Prospect pi 
Allen John R., lab, r. 327 Filbert, rear 
Allen John W., hostler with J. N. Hanks, r. 

sw. cor Broderick and Grove 
Allen L. D. (B. H. Ramsdell & Co.) r. Cali- 
fornia bet Webster and Fillmore 
Allen L. H., clam dealer, r. Long Bridge 
Allen L. S. & Co. (L. S. Allen) shipwrights, 

builders and calkers, 16 Drumm 
Allen Lucius H. (Allen & Lewis) r. 570 Har 
Allen Lumber S. (L. S. Allen & Co.) r. 524 

Grove 
Allen M., miner, r. 333 Bush 
Allen Margaret, domestic, 180 Valencia 
Allen Martin, r. 1125 Mission 



Allen Mary Miss, dressmkr with Mrs. H. C. 

Goeppert, r. 731 Bryant 
Allen Mary, widow, dressmkr, 734 Howard 
Allen Mary A., domestic, 826 Bush 
Allen Michael, grocer, r. 15 Beideman 
Allen Michael, lab, r. Sutter nr Kearny 
Allen Miles, casting cleaner Golden State 

Ironworks, r. 511 Mission 
Allen N., lab, r. What Cheer House 
Allen Oliver P., bkpr Bank of California, r. 

308 Eighteenth 
Allen Reese B., collector, r. 911 Capp 
Allen, Richard, metal roofer with Conlin & 

Roberts, 728 Mission 
Allen Richard W., lab S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. ns. North Point nr Larkin 
Allen Robert, r. 1205 Stockton 
Alleu Robert Col., asst quartermaster 

general, U. S. A., r. 724 California 
Allen Robert, cooper Pacific Barrel and Keg 

Co., r. 123 Park av 
Allen S., general agt, 240 Montgomery, r. 

es. Devisadero bet O'Farrell and Ellis 
Allen Samuel, hostler, r. ne. cor Tyler and 

Webster 
Allen Samuel, hostler with E. L. Mayberry, 

r. 522 Capp 
Allen Samuel G., salesman with Murphy, 

Grant & Co., r. 1519 Pine 
Allen Samuel J., collector with Frank Bar- 
nard, r. 208 O'Farrell 
Allen S. E., widow, r. 1711 Eddy 
Allen Sheldon, bkpr, r. 1308 Devisadero 
Allen S. K. Mrs., r. 26 Howard crt 
Allen Theodore H. (Allen & Young) r. 712 

Greenwich 
Allen Theodore H., driver Pac. Transfer 

Co., r. 1 Hampton pi 
Allen Theodore H. seaman, cor Brannau 

and First 
Allen Theodore jr., elk with E. F. Clark, r. 

712 Greenwich 
Allen Thos. gardener, r. 217 Broadway 
Allen Thos., seaman str Montana, Col. River 

S. N. Co. 
Allen Thos., shipwright, r. 836 Harrison 
Allen Thos. (Watson, O'Brien & Allen) r, 

1121 Mission 
Allen Thos. J., tel operator P. M. S. S. Co., 

r. 223 Minna 
Allen Thos. K., capitalist, r. 54 First 
Allen Thos. ts., shipwright with L. S.Allen, 

r. 208 Eighteenth 
Allen W. A., storekpr P. M. S. S. Co. 
Allen W. H., r. 23 Twelfth 
Allen W. H., atty-at-law, 607 Washington, r. 

206 Ellis 
Allen W. H., mining sec, 430 Montgomery, 

r. 111% Minna 
Allen Wm., carptr, r. 213 Mason 
Allen Wm., contractor and builder, 407 Bran- 
nan, r. 338 Third 
Allen Wm., longshoreman, r. 26 Howard 
Allen Wm., policeman Sutter-st R R, r. cor 

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Allen Wm., scroll sawyer with Cameron & 
Hull, r. 315 Beale 

Allen Wm., stevedore, r. ne. cor Steuart and 
Howard 

Allen Wm. B., elk with The Real Estate As- 
sociates, r. 1010 Powell 

Allen Wm. F., elk Cliff House 

Allen Wm. H. (White cfe Allen) r. 23 Twelfth 

Allen Wm. R., gasfitter, r. 910 Dolores 

Allen Wm. T., purser Broadway Wharf 

Allen Wm. T., lab, r. 26 Howard 

Allen — . r. 834 Folsom 

Allenberg Chas., mining sec, 438 Califor- 
nia, r. 309 Hyde 

Allenberg Leopold, bkpr with Schweitzer, 
Sachs & Co., r. 309 Hyde 

AUender Rhoda, widow, r. 2602 Sacramento 

AUenvdne John, butcher, r. 663 Willow av 

Allery J. L., compositor Le Petit Journal, r. 
6 Card al 

Alles Geo., master ship Orient 

Alley Obed. F., r. 910 Buchanan 

Alley Wm. stevedore, r. Greenwich bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 

Allgemeine Deutsche Unterstiitzings Gesell- 
schaft, General German Benevolent So- 
ciety, E. Roemer agt, F. E. Behrmann 
collector, 732 Washington 

Alliance Market, James D. Powers, propr, 
1599 Turk 

Allio Andrea, restaurant, r. 512 Union 

Allione & Stathopolis (Frank AUione and F. 
Stathopolis) Central Palace Oyster 
House, stalls 87-88 Centre Mkt 

Allione Frank (Allione & Stathopolis) r. 307 
Sutter 

Allione Henry, oysterman with Allione & 
Stathopolis, r. 518 Union 

Allis John Rev., pastor Larkin-st Presbyte- 
rian Church 

Allison Chas. r. 4 Zoe pi 

Allison Chas. lab P. M. S. S. Co., r. Beale 
bet Harrison and Folsom 

Allison Chas. Henry, lab, r. cor Folsom and 
Beale 

Allison David E. (D. E. Allison & Co.) r. 
117 Oak 

Allison D. E. & Co. (David E. Allison and 
Chas. Nauman) com mchts and prod 
309-311 Washington 

Allison Edward C, seaman P. M. S. S. Co., 
r. 88. Filbert bet Steiner and Fillmore 

Allison Frank J., salesman with Braverman 
& Levy, r. 528 Pine 

Allison Henry H., carptr, r. 417 Bush 

Allison J. A., student Heald's Business Col- 
lege, r. 555% Minna 
Allison Jas., engineers storekpr, str Oceanic 
Allison JohnC, compositor Bulletin, r. 611 

Post 
Allison John H., machinist, r. 417 Bush 
Allison Lizzie, lodginghouse, 250 Sutter 
Allison Peter, machinist, r. Excelsior Hotel 
AlUson Thos. R., bkpr Pacific Ice Co., r. 718 
Battery 



Allkire Samuel H., elk Custom House, r. 

1515 Stockton 
Allman D. & Co. (D. Allman and James 

Kelly) repackers oils and dealers in 

barrels, 38 Commercial 
Allman David (Allman & Co.) r. Dore bet 

Ninth and Tenth 
Allman Geo., inspector Custom House, r. 120 

Turk 
Allman J. A. Miss, r. 1706 Polk 
Allman John jr., r. 520 Bush 
Allman Miles, lab, r. 1211 Larkin, rear 
Allman Timothy, butcher, r. 22 Frederick, 

rear 
AUmand Wm., elk with John Killimede, r. 

134 Seventh 
Allmayer Aaron, boots and shoes, r. 1531 

Sutter 
Allmayer Marcus, nxirse and extraman Hook 

and Ladder No. 3, S. F. Fire Dept., ss. 

Market bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Allmroth Bertha, domestic, 713 Sutter 
All Right S. M. Co. (Douglas Co. Nev.) W. 

A. M. Van Bokkelen sec, 320 Sansome, 

rm 21 
AUseits Meinrad, shoemkr, 2005 Folsom, r. 

cor 16th and Folsom 
Allwains Geo., billiard tablemkr with P. 

Liesenfeld, r. 427 Fourth 
AUyne & White ( John W. Allyne and Wm. 

H. White)imps and jobbers paints, oils, 

lamps, etc., 112-114 Front and proprs 

Pac. Oil Works, cor Chestnut and 

Taylor 
Allyne John W. (Allyne & White) r. nw. cor 

Gough and Green 
Almada Gregorio, r. 21 South Park 
Almberg Andrew, lab, r. 32 Ritch 
Almon David, barrel dealer, r. 428 Dore 
Almond Wade, longshoreman, r. Lombard 

bet Sansome and Montgomery 
Alms House, M. J. Keating supt. Mission 

and Ocean Beach Roads. 4% miles fm 

City Hall 
Almy Mary Mrs., r. 110 O'Farrell 
Almy W. C.. jeweler, r. 1615 Pine 
Alonso J. (Bertz & Alonso) r. 723 Broadway 
Alpe Schweizer, saloon, 530 Pacific 
Alpen Hermann, master mariner, r. 1419 

Mason 
Alpers Charles, leader Metropolitan 

Band, manager Potrero Co. (and Chas. 

Alpers & Co.) r. sw. cor Grove and Bu- 
chanan 
Alpers Charles, miisician, r. Ivynr Buchanan 
Alpers Chas. & Co. (Chas. Alpers) real 

estate agts, 607 Kearny 
Alpers Chas. W., musician, r. 1623 Powell 
Alpers John, musician, r. 1527 Dupout 
Alpers Mathildo Mrs., midwife, r. 1527 Dupt 
Alpers Peter, with Doming, Palmer & Co., 

r. 349 Jessie 
Alpha Con. M. Co. (Story Co, Nev.) Wm. 

Willis sec, 29 Nevada blk 
Alpin — , r. 248 Fourth 



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Alpine G. & S. M. Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) 

C. A. Gould sec, 419 California, rm 17 
Alps S. M. Co. (Pioche, Nev.) 0. D. Squire 

sec, 28 Stevenson's bldg 
Alps Wm., liquor dealer, r. 221 Oak 
Alrich Hosea, carptr. r. 1212 Larkiu 
Alroflf Louis, stamping, r. 536 Jessie 
Alsberg Sigmund, elk, r. 10203^ Pacific 
Alsen Hans, seaman ship Duke of Athole 
Alsenz Jacob, slioemkr, 521% Hyde, r. 1612 

Post 
Alsinae Eugenio L., r. 716 Union 
Alsop John S., umbrellas and parasols, 341 

Bush, r. 8 Virginia pi 
Alsop Wm., painter, r. 223 First 
Alsua Matias, elk, r. 917 Post 
Alsup James R., bkpr with Meekei', James 

& Co., r. 121 Turk 
Alt Bernhard, elk, r. 608 Vallejo 
Alt Chas. boot and shoemkr, 608 Vallejo 
Alt John, painter with Hopps & Sons, r. 

Oakland 
Alt Joseph, elk, r. 608 Vallejo 
Alta Calirornia (daily and weekly) F. 

McCrellish & Co., pubs and proprs, 529 

California 
Alta Lodging House, Ealston & Cottrell 

proprs, 536 Sacramento 
Alta S. M. Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) Wm. 

H. Watson sec, 302 Mont., rooms 5-6 
Alta Soap Co. (Wm. A Engwer, John W. 

Thurman and Samuel Weintraub) mnfrs 

soap, ss. Oregon bet Front and Davis 
Altamerano Joseph, waiter with Martin 

Brady, r. 253 Steuart 
Altemus John, New Hamburg Bakery, r. 

2542 Folsom 
Altemus Wm. E., elk with Greenebaum & 

Co., r. 616 Fulton 
Alien Wm., waiter Palace Hotel 
Altenberg Frederick, lab with Hofen & Co., 

r. 827 Folsom 
Altenberg Peter F., cloakmkr, r. 857 Folsom 
Altenberg Rosalia M. Mrs., r. Folsom bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Altenburg Chas., r. 228 Kearay . 
Altenburg Ernst, bkpr with A. S. Rosen- 

baum & Co., r. 822 Greenwich 
Altendorf Julius, sawgrinder Pacific Saw 

. Mnfg Co., r. Oakland 
Altfield Abel, pedlar, r. 522 Natoma 
Altgren L., seaman, r. 123 Jackson 
Althaus John, brtdr with Fitch & Veal, r. 12 

William 
Althor A Balils (Hermann Althof and 

J. F. W. Bahls) blankbook mnfrs, 423 

Clay 
Althof Bros. (Theodore and Ernst Althof) 

proprs Bay Oyster House, 626 Market 
Althof Ernst (Althof Bros.^ r. 684 Mission 
Althof Hermann (Althof & Bahls) r. Oakland 
Althof Theo. (Althof Bros.) r. 53G'A Jessie 
Althofif John, elk, r. Larkin nr Bush 
Althouse James, lab, r. Montgomery bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 



Altman Chas., elk with W. Koser, r. Park 

Hotel 
Altman Jacob, lab, r. 1 Francisco 
Altman Jacob, tailor, 1206 Polk, r. 521 Green 
Altman Joseph, porter with Kom & Selig, r. 

cor Pine and Central av 
Altman Louis, painter, res 12% Park av 
Altman T. Mrs., r. 12% Park av 
Altmann Jacob, tailor, r. 521 Green, rear 
Altmanns J. C, salesman with H. C. Wright 

& Co., r. 54 Steuart 
Altmark Louis, salesman with Rosenthal, 

Feder & Co., r. 515 Eddy 
Altmayer Aaron (Einstein Bros. & Co.) r. 

1531 Sutter 
Altmayer Abraham (Einstein Bros. & Co.) r. 

309 Powell 
Altmez John, baker, r. Grove nr Franklin 
Alton Francis Condy, elk, r. 940 Jackson 
Alton James, truckman, r. Greenwich bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Alton Lewis, lather, r. Heinz Hotel 
Altona Gravel M. Co. (Grass Valley, Cal.) 

David Wilder sec, 328 Mont., rm 22 
Altona Q. S. M. Co. (Trinity Co. Cal.) 

Chas. Allenberg sec, 438 California 
Altoria Prizoliano, cigarmki-, r. 720 Vallejo 
Altpeler Chas., r. 226 Oak 
Altpeter Geo., engineer S. F. Stock Brew- 
ery, r. 2118 Powell 
Altreiiter Wm., waiter International Hotel, 

826 Kearny 
Altshuler L., millinery and varieties, 518 

Sixteenth 
Altschul Leopold (Mayfield & Co.) r. 748 

Howard 
Altschul Lud'tt-ig, capitalist, 809 Montgom- 
ery, r. 1427 Post 
Altube Bernard, capitalist, r. 1508 Powell 
Altube Peter, wholesale butcher, r. 23 Oak 

Grove av 
Altvater Francis, elk with A. J. Plate & Co., 

r, 15 Rousch 
Altwater David, assistant engineer with Na- 
tional Flour Mill, r. Oakland 
Altzater Frank, elk, r. 15 Rousch 
Alva Miguel, porter with Barrett & Sher- 
wood, r. 1114 Stockton 
Alvarado Alberto, compositor La Voz Del 

Nuevo Mundo, r. 8 Pollard pi 
Alvarado Foundry, George H. Tay & Co., 

proprs, off 614-618 Battery 
Alvarado George, r. 11 Margaret pi 
Alvarado J. C, atty-at-law, 330 Pine, rm 60, 

r. Palace Hotel 
Alvarado Pasquala, widow, r. 5 Prospect pi 
Alvarez Antonio, tinsmith with Holbrook, 

Merrill & Co., r. 1606 Mason 
Alvarez Atanasio, imp and mnfr cigars and 

tobacco, 621 Sansome, r. 775 Vallejo 
Alvarez Cayetano (Garcia & Alvarez) r. sw. 

cor Jackson and Mason 
Alveraz Chas., brtdr with F. Braga, r. 415 

Drumm 
Alverson David W., engineer, r. 106 Taylor 



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Alverson Dimd W., real estate, r. 927 How 
Alverson Stephen H. , with Pac. Ref . and 

Bullion Ex., r. 1230 Mission 
Alverson Wra. A., bricklaj-er, r. 1404 Leav 
Alverston Hans, seaman, r G23 Davis 
Alvey Chas. \V., stoves and tinware, 535 Pa- 
cific, r 1813 Stockton 
Alvies Joseph, seaman, r 54 Sacramento 
Alviso J. B., porter U. S. Mint, r 776 How 
Alvord Frank, carptr, r 759% Howard 
Alvord Henry, route agt C. P. R. R., 606 

Mont, rm 38, r. Government House 
Alvord John, carptr, r. Dupont bet Lombard 

and Greenwich 
Alvord Mary Jane Mrs., bakery and confec- 
tionery, 759% Howard 
Alvord iVilliuin, pres. Pac. Rolling 
Mill Co. and vice pres. Bank of Califor- 
nia, r. 564 Folsom 
Amador Canal and Minine Co. (Amador Co. 
Cal. ) J. W. Clark se"c, 418 California, 
rm 2 
Amador Con. S. M. Co. (Lyon Co. Nev.) J. 
M. Buffington sec, 309 California, rm4 
Amanda Chas., elk, r. 125 Second 
Amark Frederick, imp and dealer cigars 
and tobacco, 518 Battery, r. 22nd bet 
Valencia and Guerrero 
Amarre L., cook, r. 717 Pacific 
Amars Frank, carptr, r. 8 Broadway 
Amarum Moritz, notions, 521 Washington, 

r. 25 Harriet 
Amaster Eliza, domestic, 208 Hyde 
Amazon Con. M. Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) John 

A. Reichert, sec, 330 Pine, rm 20 
Amazon Insurance Co., fire (Cincin- 
nati) D. J. West & Co., agts, 319 Cal 
Ambert J. V., dishwasher Cosmopolitan res- 
taurant, r. 1821 Pacific 
Ambler Benjamin, elk with Chas. Langley & 

Co., r. 719 Clementina 
Ambler Samuel, elk, r. 2125 Mission 
Ambriz A. (F. G. E. Tittel) cigars and to- 
bacco, 400 Battery 
Ambroise A., asst stage manager Grand Op- 
era House, r. 1622 Mission 
Ambrose & Henley (D. Ambrose and J. Hen- 
ley) poultry and game, 10 Grand Cen- 
tral Market 
Ambrose it Horan (James Ambrose and J. 
J. Horan) poultry and game, 78-79, 
Centre Market 
Ambrose Daniel (Ambrose & Henley) r. nw. 

cor Fifth and Howard 
Ambrose Edward, elk, r. 1622 West Mission 
Ambrose J., lab with P. B. Berges & Co., r. 

cor Dupont and Broadway 
Ambrose James (Ambrose & Horan) r. 

Hayes Valley 
Ambrose John, carptr, r. ss. Lombard bet 

Polk and Larkin 
Ambrose Michael, wood polisher with James 

McGinn, r. se. cor Fulton and Laguna 
Ambrose N., vegetable, fruit and produce 
dealer, r. Broadway nr Dupont 



Ambrose — , painter, r. Post-st House 
Ambruster Adolph, saloon, 343 Fifth 
Amed^e C. Mrs., laundry, 513 Union 
Amedee Edward, washer, r. 513 Union 
Amed^e PieiTC, r. 409 Post 
Amen Chas., machinist wth John G. Hs, 

r. 315 Vallejo 
Amend Chas. W., druggist with S. T. Szar- 

vash, r. 1800 Powell 
Amende Chas. H., porter Avith Geo. W. 

Clark, 645 Market 
Amendt Emil, car^jtr, 731 Pacific 
Amendt Emile, carptr, r. 1503 Mason 
Ament J. George, bkpr with Gradwohl & 

Co., r. 419 Stockton 
Ament Philip (Jacob Newman <fc Co.) r. 106 

Minna 
America M. Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) P. D. 

Moore sec, 330 Pine, rm 46 
American and Bed Star Steam- 
ship liines, N. Giamboni & Co, agts, 

518 Clay 
American Baptist Publication Society, cor 

Jessie and Fifth, opp Mint 
American Central Insurance Co. 

(St. Louis) John R.Hamilton manager, 

221 Sansome 
American Clock Co., H. Molineux agt, 7 Mont 
American Commercial Agency, Wm. C. Quin- 

by pres, W. H. Murray sec, 414 Clay 
American District Tel. Co., James 

Gamble pres, Jlonroe Greenwood supt, 

genl off 222 Sansome, branch off se. cor 

Howard and Sixth and cor Leavenworth 

and Sutter 
American Eagle House, Joseph Reed propr, 

326 Sansome 
American Exchange Hotel, Thos. Bryan 

propr, 319-325 Sansome 
American Fire Ins. Co., Jonathan Hunt & 

Son managers, 313 California 
American Flag JI. it M. Co. (Lincoln Co. 

Nev.)Geo. R. Spinney sec, 320 Cal., rm 5 
American Flat Mining & Ditch Co., W. R. 

Watson sec, 206 Front 
American Flat M. Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) 

C. A.Sankeysec, 20 Stevenson's bldg 
American Kindergarten (select school) Mrs. 

E. B. Cooper prin, 517 O'Farrell 
American Laundry Association, 16th bet 

Valencia and 2dav, off 531 Sacramento 
American Line Steamers, A. A. Envuist agt, 

422 Montgomery 
American Missionary Assn (Chinese) Breu- 

ham pi 
American Protestant Assn Hall, Hem-y 

Chester agt, 713 Mission 
American Record of American & Foreign 

Shipping, H. H. Watson agt and sur- 
veyor, 218-220 Sansome 
American Samson, physician, r. 942 Folsom 
American Sewing Machine Co., E. H. Har- 
rington agt, 124 Fifth 
American Sunday School Union, Rev. F. E. 

Shearer agt, 757 Market 



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American Tract Society, Kev. Frederick E. 
Shearer district sec, 757 Market 

American Union (The) James S. McCue 
editor, Union Pub. Co. pub., nw. cor 
Washington and Sansome 

Amerman Isaac A., suptKailway Mail Ser- 
vice, 606 Mont rm 38, r. San Leandro 

Ames A., barber with H. Bernard, r. 812 
Montgomery 

Ames Alden T., carptr, r. 402 Broadway 

Ames Benj. F., teamster with Davis & Cow- 
ell, r. 5-il Stevenson, rear 

Ames E. C. Mrs., r. 111% Minna 

Ames Fisher, atty-at-law and member Board 
of Education, City Hall Bldg, rm 17, r. 
2624 Sacramento 

Ames F. M., salesman with 0. Lawton & 
Co., r. 2445 Howard 

Ames Francis B., painter, r. 51 Stevenson 

Ames Fred. F., salesman with Jas. W. Burn- 
ham & Co., r. 430 Montgomery av 

Ames Geo. E., mining engineer, r. 2417 Cal- 
ifornia 

Ames Geo. H., inspector P. M. S. S. Co., r. 
701 Post 

Ames Geo. S., engineer Fulda Planing Mill, 
r. 8 Perry 

Ames Henry K., manager Howe S. M. Co., 
873 Market, r. es. Howard bet 25th and 
26th 

Ames John W., oflSce 204 California, r. nw. 
cor Octavia and Jackson 

Ames Amanda, widow, domestic, se. cor 
Pennsylvania av and Solano 

Ames Martha Miss, teacher Valencia-st 
School, r. 218 Eddy 

Ames Mary E.. nurse, r. es. Chattanooga bet 
22d and 23d 

Ames Oscar H., carptr, r. es. Chattanooga 
bet 22d and 23d 

Ames Pelham W., sec. Sutro Tiinnel Co., 
320 California rm 8, r. 1312 Taylor 

Ames Robert C, engineer, r. 2417 California 

Amesen Esen, cook. r. nw. cor Washington 
and East 

Amey Chas. H., engineer, r. 42 Park av 

Amgott S., r. 730 Vallejo 

Amilon Chas., marker La Grande Ijaundry 

Amiroux E., elk with M. L. McDonald, r. 
416 Howard 

Amman Alfred, confectioner with Roths- 
child & Ehrenpfort, r. Seigfried's Hotel 

Ammann Adolph (Knottner & Ammann) r. 
23 Everett 

Amiuerup G., paints, oils, paperhang- 
ings, varnishes, etc. 1126 Market 

Ammon Bernhard von (Ammon, Caspari & 
Co.) r. 913 Tyler 

Ammon, Caspari & Co. (B. von Ammon, 
Otto Caspari and H. Holderness) com 
and shipping mchts, 123 California 

Amo & Co. (Chinese) cigar factory, 304 Mrkt 

Amond C, shoemkr, r. 475 Jessie 

Amos John, silversmith with W. K. Vander- 
slice & Co., 136 Sutter 



Amos John T., millwright, r. 1506 Leav 
Amos Joseph, waiter with M. W. Taylor, r. 

Oakland 
Amos Markel, carrier Chronicle, r. 528 Pine 
Amos Mary C, widow, r. 107 Tehama 
Amos R. C, carrier Chronicle, r. 528 Pine 
Amos Robert C, salesman -with Peixotto & 

Silverman, r. 1523 Tyler 
Amos Z., millwright, res 34 Twelfth : ^ 
Amrine Henry, mcht tailor, r. Los Av. 

Hotel 
Ams Henry (H. M. Ams & Co.) r. Cosi 

politan Hotel 
Ams H. M. (H. M. Ams & Co.) r. Oaklan 
Ams H. M. & Co. (H. M. and Henry Am; 

wholesale butchers New World Mkt, se 

cor Clay and Leidesdorff 
Amstutz H. L. (Graf & Amstutz) r. 331 

Kearny 
Amundsen August, upholsterer with E. C. 

Kennedy, r. 722 Shotwell 
Amy Gustavus, salesman with Hoffman & 

Co., 17 Battery 
Amy Jas. W., conductor Market-st R. R., 

r. 116 Valencia 
Anaheim and Sonoma Wine Depot, John 

Prinz, propr, 49 Second 
Anatomical Museum, Isaac Rows sec, 9 

Hardie pi 
Anbaro Gomez, r. 634 Vallejo 
Anchor Saloon, M. Detels & Co., props, 8 

Sacramento 
Anchor Shirt Factory, Mendlesohn & 

Co., proprs, 202 Btish 
Ancon Hotel aud Restaurant, Leydecker, 

Wieboldt & Fugel, proprs, 9-11 Pacific 
Andel Fred., maltster Pioneer Malt House 
Andeluu Hermann, carptr, r. 535 Howard 
Anderau Jos. S., pork and sausages, 51 Cen- 
tre Market, r. 1517 Leavenworth 
Anderfuren Chas. A., patternmkr with J. M. 

Stockman, r. 208 Nineteenth 
Anderfuren John, tailor, r. 208 Nineteenth 
Anderfuren Wni. J,, foreman with J. M. 

Stockman, r 208 Nineteenth 
Andersen A., grainer, r. 1741 Market 
Andersen Albert P., salesman with Palmer 

Bros. 
Andersen Andrew, master mariner, off 305 

East 
Andersen Andrew, stonecutter with John 

Lee. r. 28% Louisa 
Andersen E. J., joui'nalist Chronicle, r. 

657 Howard 
Andersen J. C. & Co. (J. C. Andersen and 

A. Boysen) grocers, sw. cor Stevenson 

and Brady 
Andersen Niels, coachman, Scott bet Pine 

and California 
Andersen N. H., seaman, r. 24 Howard 
Andersen N. M., cigarmkr, 24 Howard, 
Andersen Peter, carptr with J. P. Hanson, 

r. cor Sixth and Shipley 
Andersen Wm., lab, r. ne. cor Eighth and 

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AuderKou «fc Berg (John Autlerson nnd 

Thoiims Berg) saloon, 43 Sacramento 
Anderson & Brown (D. T. Anderson and J. 
B. Brovm) wines and liqnors, 710 Bat 
Anderson & Dauielson (H. Anderson and P. 

Danielson) whiteners, 64.1 California 
Anderson & Irving (Peter W. Anderson and 
^^ mnel Irving) gents' furnishing goods, 
\ y-" ) Montgomery 

•son & Randolph (James Anderson and 

W. C. Randolph) jewelers, 101-103 

Montgomery 

dcrson & Swausj' (I. Anderson and G. 

.). Svvansy) dairy prod, 37-38 Grand Cen- 

1 vP tral Market 

; Anderson A., carptr, r. 221% Clara 
Anderson A., machinist, r. Grand Central 

Hotel 
Anderson A., master mariner, r. 126 Capp 
Anderson A., mate bark Portland 
Anderson A., sec Cal. Transportation Co., 

519 East, r. 10 Oak Grove av 
Anderson A., tailor, 3 Noble pi 
Anderson A. B. Mrs., teacher Lincoln Gram- 
mar School, r. 3044 Sixteenth 
Anderson Abraham, eabinetmkr, r. ws. M.ar- 

ket bet 15th and 16th 
Anderson A. G., gilder with Louis Dampf, 

r. 622 Capp 
Anderson Albert, gilder, r. 632 Capp 
Anderson Albertina, nurse California State 

Hospital 
Anderson Alfred, brtdr str Sonoma 
Anderson Andrew, eabinetmkr with E. K. 

Howes & Co., r. 1111 Montgomery 
Anderson Andrew, coojjer, r. 49 Clementina 
Anderson Andrew, lumberman, r. .5 Drumm 
Anderson Andrew, propr Racine House, 1023 

Kearny 
Au«ler.son Andrew, saloon and board- 
ing, 250 Spear 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. ne. cor Jack- 
son and Drumm 
Anderson Andrew, seaman P. C. S. S. Co., 

r. Sacramento nr Kearny 
Anderson Andrew, seaman sch William and 

Albert 
Anderson Andrew, seaman str Pelican 
Anderson Andrew, shoemkr, r. 238 Thii'd 
Anderson Andrew, shoemkr with Ryland 

Paulson, r. 12<) Natoma 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, r. 8 Aiignstal 
Anderson Andrew I., woodworker with E. 

Falkingham, r. 40 Quinn 
Anderson Andrew P., packer National Flour- 
ing Mills, r. 406 Vallejo 
Anderson Anthony C, machinist, r. 51 Brady 
Anderson Anton, seaman, r. ue. cor Jackson 

and Drumm 
Anderson Antone, seaman, r. 30 Clay 
Anderson Archie, machinist Wilson S. M. 

Co., r. Grand Central Hotel 
Anderson August, cook, r. 2012 Larkin 
Anderson Augusta, seamstress, r. 422 Sixth 
Anderson Benjamin F., waitir Palace Hotel 



Anderson C. A., waiter Sander's Hotel 
Anderson C. A.Mrs., teacher Lincoln Gram- 
mar School, res 29 Turk 
Anderson Chas., carptr, r. 733 V^ Clem 
Anderson Chas., deckhand stmr Mt. Eden 
Anderson Chas., mate brig North Star 
Anderson Chas, milkman, r. County line bet 

San Jose and San Bruno roads 
Anderson Chas., seaman schr Mose 
Anderson Chas., stevedore, r. 12 Howard 
Anderson Chas., tanner with A. B. Patrick, 

r. sw. cor 19th and Folsom 
Anderson Chas. A., saloon, 432 California, 

r. 266 Minna 
Anderson jChas. E., policeman, r. 9 Pen-y 
Audersout Charles G., groceries, se. cor Bran- 
nan and Geneva 
Anderson Chas. J., tailor, 929 Folsom 
Anderson Chas., conductor, r. 9 Perry 
Anderson Chris., lab Merchants' Dry Dock 
Anderson Christina, domestic, Valencianr 22d 
Anderson Cornelius, cook What Cheer Res- 

tairrant, r. What Cheer House 
Anderson C. W., painter with Hopps & Sons 
Anderson Cynthia Mrs., r. 538 Howard 
Anderson Daniel, brtdr with N. J. Street, 

r. 1025 Kearny 
Anderson David C, comedian, r. 600 Bush 
Anderson D. J., r. 509 Broadway 
Anderson D. F. (Anderson «fe Brown) r. 219 

Clara 
Anderson E., shoemkr with George Burk- 

hardt, r. 335 Bush 
Anderson Edward, cutter with J. Bull, r. 326 

O'Farrell 
Anderson Edward, lab C, P. R. R. freight 

depot, r. 1316 Turk 
Anderson Edward A., night watchman, r. 

ws. Louisiana nr Humboldt 
Anderson Eawd J., draughtsman, r. 657 How 
Anderson Elias, eabinetmkr with Cal. Fum. 

Mnfg Co., r. 907 Folsom 
Anderson Eliza, widow, r. 103 Grove 
Anderson Emil, carptr, r. 733 J^ Clementina 
Anderson Emile, seaman, r. 104 Steuart 
Anderson Eric, eabinetmkr with Cal. Fum. 

Mnfg Co., r. 1721 Jessie 
Anderson E. S. Miss, teacher Market-st 

Primary School, r. 311 Harrison 
Anderson Elias, seaman, r. 250 Spear 
Anderson Flora, domestic, 402 Larkin 
Anderson Francis Mrs., furnished rooms, 

323 Sutter 
Anderson Frank, bkpr. r. 311 Harrison 
Anderson Frank H., butcher, r. 311 Harrison 
Anderson Frank, policeman, r. 817 Vallejo 
Anderson Frank P., policeman, r. 829 Pac 
Anderson Frederick, eabinetmkr, r. es. San 

Bruno Road bet 29th and 30th 
Anderson Frederick, framemkr with Thos. 

Hill & Co., r. 1!»01 Hyde 
Anderson Frederick P., mate str Alexander, 

r. 12 Sacramento 
Anderson G. A., night inspector Cufltom 

House, r. 103 Perry 



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Anderson G., tailor with Chas. Lundgren, r. 

113 Natoma 
Anderson Gabriel, helper Empire Lodging 

House, r. 636 Commercial 
Anderson Geo., lab, r. 56 Minna 
Anderson Geo. H., bkpr with Geo. 0. Mc- 

Mullin & Co., r. 429 Geary 
Anderson Gnstav, seaman, r. 30 Clay 
Anderson Gustav, cook with John Bnrns, r. 

2012 Larkin 
Anderson Gustave, seaman, r, 421 Drumm 
Anderson H. (Anderson & Danielson) r. 14 

Vincent 
Anderson H., potterynian, r. German Hotel 
Anderson H. Mme., milliner, r. 216 Stockton 
Anderson Hans, painter, r. Post-st House 
Anderson Henry, carptr, r. 566 Howard 
Anderson Henry, cook, r. 505 Howard 
Anderson Henry, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson Henry, seaman, schr Ahce, r. 39 

Pacific 
Anderson Henry, waiter Prescott House 
Anderson Henry C, oyster saloon, 40-42 

California Market, r. 915 Greenwich 
Andersbn Henry W., wood carver, 643 Third 
Anderson Hilda Miss, paper box mkr with 

Wempe Bros., r. 535 Howard, rear 
Anderson Hugh, photographer, r. 1612 

Steiner 
Anderson I. (Anderson &Swansy) r. 108 Fell 
Anderson Isaac, porter with E. Martin & Co., 

r. Brooklyn 
Anderson Isaac M., stock operator, r. 1514 

Mission 
Anderson J. , mate str Reform 
Anderson Jacob, coachman, 1008 Green 
Anderson Jacob H. V., elk with S. H. Har- 
mon, r. 817 Capp 
Anderson James, with Hobbs, Pomeroy & 

Co., r. 8 St. Charles 
Anderson James r Anderson & Randolph) r. 

821 Tyler 
Anderson James, lab. r. 703 Greenwich 
Anderson James, machine operator with 

Porter, Oppenheimer <k Slessinger, r. 

434 Greenwich 
Anderson James, nurse City and County 

Hospital 
Anderson James, with Geo. Nautou, r. ws. 

Sansome bet Green and Union 
Anderson James H., bkpr with S. H. Har- 
mon, r. 817 Capp 
Anderson James S., with D. Cautv & Co., r. 

52 Fourth 
Anderson Jennie, domestic, se. cor Brannau 

and Sixth 
Anderson J. M., elk, r. 29 Turk 
Anderson J. M. Mrs., teacher, r. 29 Turk 
Anderson John, r. 208% Seventh 
Anderson John, r. 11 Scott pi 
Anderson John (Anderson & Berg) r. 43 

Sacramento 
Anderson John, carpet layer with Wm. J. 

Heney & Co., 725 Market 
Anderson John, carriagemkr, r. 40 Quinn 



Anderson John, elk, r. 1160 Folsom 
Anderson John, coal passer U. S. str Shu- 
brick 
Anderson John (Hansen & Co.) r. 1312 

Broderick 
Anderson John, lab, r. 421 Fremont 
Anderson John, lab, r. nw. cor 18th and 

Marii^osa 
Anderson John, lab, r. What Cheer House 
Anderson John, lithographic printer with M. 

Schmidt & Co., r. 412 Commercial 
Anderson John, machinist, 13C Main, r. 7% 

Geneva 
Anderson John, mate str Reform 
Anderson John, master mariner, r. 4 Hen- 
rietta sqiiare 
Anderson John, master mariner, r. 1331 

California, rear 
Anderson John, policemf n, r. 8 Wash 
Anderson John, quartermaster P. M. S. S. 

Co. 
Anderson John, seaman, r. lie. cor Jackson 

and Diumm 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 623 Davis 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 18 Folsom 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 610 Fourth 
Anderson John, seaman, r. cor 25th and 

Harrison 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 14 Garden 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 44 Steuart 
Anderson John, steward schr Lottie Collins 
Anderson John Edwd., boottitter, r. 54 Third 
Anderson John H. E., shipwright, r. 619 Pac. 
Anderson John H., with R. G. Gilmore, r. 

1161 Mission 
Anderson John Mrs., widow, r. se. cor De- 

Hara and Solano 
Anderson Joseph, gardener, r. San Jose 

County Road nr Abbey House 
Anderson Jos., policeman, Magdalen Asylum 
Anderson Joseph D., stationery and school 

books, 120 Fourth 
Anderson Josephine, domestic, 1520 Cal 
Anderson Josephine, domestic. 1714 Van 

Ness av 
Anderson Julius, shirts, r. 4 Henrietta Square 
Anderson J. W., pi in Spring Vallej- Gram- 
mar School, r. 3044 Sixteenth 
Anderson J. W., seaman, r. 10 Jackson 
Anderson L., cabinetnikr S. F. Furn. Fac- 
tory, r. 907 Folsom 
Anderson Lars, seaman, r. 20 Folsom 
Anderson Laura Miss, supt ladies dept Ham- 
mam Baths, r. 739 Market 
Anderson Lizzie, domestic, 602 Capp 
Anderson Loi, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson Louis, driver T. C. P. D. Co., r. 

sw. cor Ellis and Steiner 
Anderson Louis, helper with J. Sophey, r. 

1313 Jackson 
Anderson Louis, laundry, 1313 Jackson 
Anderson Louis C, engineer, r. 233 Fifth 
Anderson Lucius, r. 11 Scott pi 
Anderson L. C, engineer S. P. R. R., r. 742 
Sixteenth 



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Anderson M., saloon, 11 Merchant 
Anderson M., deckhand str Pioneer 
Andei-sou M. A., music teacher and director 

music Calvary Chnrch, r. 15 Guerrero 
Anderson Martha, chambermaid Palace Ho- 
tel 
Anderson Martin, tanner, r. Tanners' Home 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. Moulton pi 
Anderson Mathias, liquors, r. 123 Oregon 
Anderson Matilda, chambermd Grand Hotel 
Anderson M. J. widow, r. 57 Second 
Anderson M. 0., niirse City and County 

Hospital 
Anderson N., saloon, 415 Pine 
Anderson N. E., r. 10 Oak Grove av 
Anderson Nelse M., tanner, r. Tanners' 

Home 
Anderson Nelson, coachman, r. 115 Ellis 
Anderson Nicholas, waiter Palace Hotel 
Anderson Niels, coachman, r. 326 Sansome 
Anderson Nils, cook, 620 Folsom 
Anderson Nis, cigarmkr. r. 734 Brannan 
Anderson N. P., seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson O. A., longshoreman, r. 531 East 
Anderson Ole, saloon, 11 Jackson 
Anderson Oliver, tanner, r. K. R. avbet 33d 

and 34th avs 
Anderson Oscar O., porter with Hahn & 

Roche, r. ns. Pacific nr Fillmore 
Anderson P., fireman str Reform 
Anderson Paul, r. 1123 Stockton 
Anderson Peter, carptr, r. 155 Shipley 
Anderson Peter, cook, r. 5 Jackson 
Anderson Peter, cooper, r. 79 Jessie 
Anderson Peter, cooper, r. 410 Francisco 
Anderson Peter, cooper with D. Woerner, r. 

104 Spear 
Anderson Peter, editor and propr The Pacific 

Appeal, 511 Sansome, r. 1407 Powell 
Anderson Peter, laborer, r. 2309 Mason 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 623 Davis 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 19 Commercial 
Anderson Peter, seaman schr Col. Baker 
Anderson Peter A., shipwTight, r. 216 Stock 
Anderson Peter C, coachman, nw. cor 

Buchanan and Pacific 
Anderson Peter N., cooper, r. 35 Boardman 

pi, rear 
Anderson Peter W. (Anderson <fe Irving) r. 

513 Taylor 
Anderson Philip, lab, r. ss. Union bet Octa- 

via and Gough 
Anderson Ralph, lab. P. C. S. S. Co., r. 

Steuart bet Mission and Market 
Anderson R. B., physician, r. 316 Third 
Anderson R. C, book agent, r. 316 Third 
Anderson RbV)ert, watchman Mission Soap 

and Candle Works, r. 531 Minna 
Anderson Robert L.. miner, r. 930 Market 
Anderson Robert W., seaman, r. sw. cor 

14th and Folsom 
Anderson S., carptr, r. 402 Broadway 
Anderson S. A., seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson Sauuicl S., salesman with May- 

nard & Jones, r. 19 Everett 



Anderson Sena, domestic, 17 Second av 
Anderson Simon, bkpr with Thos. Anderson, 

r. Oakland 
Anderson Stephen, seaman, r. 117 Drumm 
Anderson Theo. R., waiter r. lOy^ Langton 
Anderson Thos., carptr, r. 1023 Kearny 
Anderson Thos., carptr City of Tokio r. 

Battery nr Vallejo • 
Anderson Thos., coal 118-120 Market, r. 

410 Eddy 
Anderson Thos., engineer C. P. R. R. str 

Oakland, r. Oakland 
Anderson Thos. W., bkpr with Frank Bar- 
nard & Co., r. 415 Hayes 
Anderson T. K., yardmaster S. P. R. R. 

r. 425 Fourth 
Anderson Tufore, foreman Carmen Island 

Salt Works, r. 8 Anthony 
Anderson Walter, stableman with Wm, Kerr, 

909 Battery 
Anderson Walter, weigher with Thos. And- 

derson, r. 410 Eddy 
Anderson Walter B., policeman, r. 502 Stock 
Anderson Wm., r. 611^ Minna 
Anderson Wm., engineer, r. 264% Tehama 
Anderson Wm., lab, r. 515 Hyde 
Anderson Wm., molder Golden State Iron 

Wks, r. 264% Tehama 
Anderson Wm. B., carriagemkr, r. 556 Na- 

toma 
Anderson Wm. B. (W. S. Ray & Co.) r. 

2631 Howard 
Anderson Wm. R., porter with Yates & Co., 
and extraman Hook and Ladder No. 
1, r. 9 Bagley pi 
Anderson Willis P., salesman with Curtis, 

Abbott & Co., 202 Washington 
Anderson — , calker, r. 311 Harrison 
Anderson — , domestic, 1832 Bush 
Anderson — , longshoreman, r. 703 Green- 
wich 
Anderson — , stevedore, r. 40 Commercial 
Anderson — , widow, r. 1412 Powell 
Anderton Frank, harnessmkr, r. Dolores, 

bet 16th and 17th 
Andes J. P., elk with A. M. Simpson & 

Bro., r. 28 O'Farrell, rear 
Andes S. M. Co. (Story Co. Nev.) M. Lan- 
ders, sec, 2 Nevada blk 
Andien Scasso, lab, r. 30th av nrR. R. av, S. 

S. F. 
Andlauer JaqueB, carptr, r. 428 Tenth 
Andlauer J. Victor, upholsterer with S. Ben- 

dit, r. Tenth bet Howard and Folsom 
Andrade Antonio, r. 514 Green 
Audrade Antonio, draughtsman Risdon Iron 

and Locomotive Wks, r. 656 Folsom 
Andrade Chas. King, sawmaker, r. 1308 

Montgomery 
Andrade Evaristo. compositor Courrier de 

San Francisco, r. 715 Broadway 
Andrade J. H., barber, r. IH Lafayette 
Andrade Joaquin Dutra, laborer, res 1308 
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Andrade S., Mexican com agt and broker, 

502 Battery 
Andrade Sylvester, bkpr, r. 502 Union 
Andrude Wm., com mcht, r. 65G Folsom 
Andrasen Peter, seaman, r. ne. cor Jackson 

and Drunim 
Andrazzy Louis, cook P. M. S. S, Co. 
Andr^ Alexandrp, French laundry, r. 724 

Filbert 
Andr^ Lewis, porter Pac. Kef. and Bullion 

Ex., r. 7 Harriet 
Andrea J., mth S. V. Water works 
Andreacetti Daniel, shoemkr with B. Mar- 

tinelli, r. 307 Broadway 
Andreani G. & Co. (G. Andreani and John 

Cook) proprs Cosmopolitan Restaurant, 

533 Washington 
Andreani G. (G. Andreani & Co.) r. White 

House Hotel 
Andreani P., restaurant, r. White House 

Hotel 
Andreas J. G., machinist Eisdon Iron and 

Locomotive Wks, r. 209 Minna 
Andreas Louis, elk, r. Sophie Terrace 
Andreas Mary Miss, matron Lying-in Hos- 
pital and Foundling Asylum, 762 Mis 
Andreas P., saloon, res Sophie Terrace 
Andres Christian, musician, r. 345 Jessie 
Andres J. P., elk with A. M. Simpson & 

Bro., r. 28 O'Farrell, rear 
Andress Fred., carptr, r. ws. Treat av nr 22d 
Andressen Bros. (Christian and John An- 

dressen) carriagemkrs, 607 Battery 
Andressen Christan (Andressen Bros.) r. 

Oakland 
Andressen John (Andressen Bros.) r. Oak- 
land 
Anderssen Peter H., furniture, 1007 Folsom 
Andreuapul Gregore, fruit dealer, r, 303 

Davis 
Andrew Albert H., broker, r. 18 Hawthorne 
Andrew B. T., contractor and builder, r. 

1224 Union 
Andrew C. E. Miss, imp human hair, 251 

Third 
Andrew George, carptr. r. 1224 Union 
Andrew George, shoemkr, r. 537 Stevenson 
Andrew Hannah Miss, bakery and confec- 
tionery, 1332 Pacific 
Andrew James, painter with C. Hoever, r. 

253 Minna 
Andrew John, bkpr Front-st Warehouse, r. 

803 Hyde 
Andrew Joseph, machinist, r. 209 Minna 
Andrew Joseph S., barber with A. Solis, r. 

317 Vallejo 
Andrew Rignald, cai-ptr, r. 1224 Union 
Andrew Wm., gardener, r. 2404 Post 
Andrew — , fruit dealer, r. 702 Pacific 
Andrews A., jeweler and watchmkr, 221 

Montgomery, r. 922 Geary 
Andrews A. B., inspector Custom House, r. 

Oakland ^, 

Andrews A. H., r. 18 Hawthorne 



Andrews Alexander, engineer Odd Fellows 
Cemetery, r. es. Johnson av ur Point 
Lobos av 

Andrews Alfred, cook with Bogoveitz & Nigro 

Andrews Chas., wood turner, r. 841 Mission 

Andrews E. 0. & Co. (E. O. Andrews) deny 
produce, 24 Centre Market 

Andrews Edwin 0. (E. 0. Andrews & Co.) 
r. 230 Kearny 

Andrews F. K., capitalist, r. Cosmopolitan 
Hotel 

Andrews Frank G., elk with E. E. Dewey, 
r. Alameda 

Andrews Frederick J., lab Enterprise Plan- 
ing Mill, r. Treat av bet 22d and 23d 

Andrews Geo., fireman, r. 1129 Filbert 

Andrews George, painter with Frost & Rich- 
ards, r. 313 Harrison 

Andrews George, shoemkr with E. H. Dun- 
bar, r. 537 Stevenson 

Andrews Hannah Mrs., pi-opr Occidental 
Boarding and Lodging House, 536 Markt 

Andrews Harry, manager Woodward's Gar- 
dens, r. 446 Bartlett 

Andrews Henry, longshoreman, r. 1030 
Greenwich 

Andrews H. H., master str Petaluma, r. 23 
Kearny 

Andrews H. H. Mrs., furnished rooms, 23 
Kearny 

Andrews J., fireman S, V. Waterworks, r. 
Filbert nr Hyde 

Andrews J., painter with Frost & Richards, 
r. 112 Clementina 

Andrews James, painter, r. 253 Minna 

Andrews James, poultry Centre Market, r. 
529 Birch 

Andrews J. D. Mrs. capitalist, r. Cosmopoli- 
tan Hotel 

Andrews John, seaman, r. 5 Broadway 

Andrews Oliver, butcher, r. 6th av nr L, 
S. S. F. 

Andrews Otis, elk with John E. Miles, 412 
Clay 

Andrf W8 Otis, hackdriver with Hamilton & 
Fry 

Andrews Porter H., workman U. S. Mint, r. 
28 O'Farrell 

Andrews Reuben C, policeman, r. 516 Bran 

Andrews Reuben C, seaman, r. 5 Verona 

Andrews Richard, stevedore, r. 31 Alta 

Andrews Robert, seaman P. C. S. S. Co., r. 
Brooklyn 

Andrews Thos. H., carptr, r. 325 >i Bush 

Andrews Thos. J., maltster, 436 Brannan 

Andrews Thos. N., r. 362 Jessie 

Andrews T. J., miner, r. 1632 West Mission 

Andrews Wm., painter, r. Post-st House 

Andrews Wm., nurseryman with Collie & 
Stewart, r. 2404 Post 

Andrews Wm., pnperhanger with G. W, 
Clark, r. 404 Capp 

Andrews Wm., seaman, r. se. cor Francisco 
and Kearny 

Andrews Wm., stonecutter, r. 1701 Turk 



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Andrfws Win. A., conductor, r. Dolores bet 

15tb aud 16tli 
Andriausohn A., tailor, r. 8 Aufjust al 
Andriui Doineuico, cook with l)ol & Eigne, 

r. 6 Coroliue pi 
Audrino — , waiter, r. 6 Clara laue 
Andro Gabriel, lab, r. 515 Union 
Audro Jacob, seaman, r. 428 Drumm 
Andros Miltou, atty-at-law, 18-20 U. S. Crt 

bldg, r. 301 Van Ness av 
Andross Albert, coachman, 1131 California 
AndrossWinlield S., mailing elk P. O., r. 

206 Kearny 
Andrus Newell P., plumber, r. 730 Fourth 
Andrnss Geo. H., with Tallant & Co., r. IGOl 

Van Ness av 
Andrus J. B., r. 314 Bush 
Andrzejouski Madeline, widow, r. 704 Bush 
Audurau C. & Co. (Anduran and C. Carpy) 

imps and dealers wines and liquors, 

515-517 Sacramento 
Anduran C. (C. Anduran & Co.; r. 758 Pac 
Angel Andrew, broker, r. 2418 Post 
Angel Henry G., boatman, r. 1128 Union 
Angel Myron, mining sec, 24 Merchants' 

Exchange, r. 408 Fell 
Angeldal N., tailor, r. 1031 Hampshire 
Angeliu Vt'ni., brtdr with Louis Eppinger 
Angelini L. P., printer with La Voce Del 

Popolo, r. 844 Montgomery 
Angelis August, tinsmith, r. 1455 Minna 
Angelis D. E., driver Albany Brewery, r. 

756 Howard 
Angelis T. bkpr, r. 1623 Powell 
Angelis Wilhelmina, widow, r. 1623 Powell 
Angelius Diederich, driver with Spreckels & 

Co., r. 75 Everett 
Angelive Antonio, waiter, r. 228 Minna 
Angell Horace B. (Angell, Palmer & Co.) 

r. 11 Clementina 
Angell Jonathan W., druggist, nw. cor First 

and Folsom, r. 416 Bryant 
Angell Otis B., elk Miner's Foundry, r. 11 

Clementina 
Angell, Palmer & Co. (H. B. Angell and 

Cyrus Palmer) proprs Miner's Foundry 

237 First 
Angelo Burosso, lab, r. ws. San Jos^ Koad 

nr Five Mile House 
Angelo Edward J., elk with W. J. Bryant, r. 

218 Eighth 
Angelo George, blacksmith with Massone 

&, Lacaze, r. 434 Broadway 
Angelopolo Angelo, confectioner, r. 724 J/^ 

Howard 
Augelovich, J. R., cook, r. 11/^ Harriet 
Anger Victor, tanner, r. 732 Fourth 
Angerstein Chas., foreman with Mi-tropoli- 

tan Foundry, r. 127 Fourth 
Anges John, baker, r. 255 Minna 
Angier Ann H., widow, r. 734 Post 
Anglin Michael, cabinetmkr with Kragen & 

Co., r. 216 Seventeenth 
Anglin Patrick, lab, r. es. Bryant bet 24th 

and 25th 



Anglin Thos., porter with N. P, Cole, r. 721 

Minna 
Auglo Californian Bank, The (lim- 
ited) Frederick C. Low and Ignatz Stein- 
hart managers, 422 California 
Apgonett Frank, laundry, r. 715 Stockton 
Angoustures Vincent, milker with L. Such, 

r. ns. 24th nr Douglass 
Angreesky John, foreman with Fred Katz, 

r. 1008 Union 
Anhorn F., lab Golden Age Flour Mills, 

r. 516 Pacific 
Anie Frederick, varnisher Cal. Furn. Mnfrg 

Co., r. 371 Jessie 
Ankel Henry, elk with J. H. Hirschfeld, r. 

933 Folsom 
Ankeny K. M., widow, r. 417 Mason 
Anker Christian, showcasemkr with Teube- 

ner & Hoffman, r. 634 Pacific 
Anker Ibusino, waiter Philadelphia House 
Ankley Geo., baker, r. cor 12th and Railroad 

avs, S. S. F. 
Ankner Chris., propertyman Buckley's 

Varieties, res Avenue House 
Annis C, with Whittier, Fuller & Co., r. 

1319 Sansome 
Annis Samuel J., carptr, r. 1252 Market 
Annual jtliniug and Stock Licd- 

ger. Murphy & Verdenal pubs, 306 

Montgomery 
Anribale Biagi, lab, r. ws. San Jos^ Road 

nr Islais Creek 
Ansall Samuel, fancy goods, 206 Sixth 
Ansberg B., butcher, es. Battery nr Union, 

r. 321 O'Farrell 
Anschel A. L., tailor, 1 Pacific 
Anschutz Emily, widow, r. 937 Vallejo 
Ansel Gustave, calker, r. 603 Bush 
Anselm Otto, turner, r. 515 Linden 
Anshey Andrew, lab, r. Montgomery's Hotel 
Ansiglion Henri, jeweler, r. 523 Pine 
Ansley Barzillia (Peter Robinson & Co.) r. 

2017 Dupont 
Ansley Washington, cooperage, 16 Merchant 
Anson Andrew, bootblack, 853 Market, r. 

828 Howard 
Anson Patrick F., painter with Wason & 

Morris, r. 2 Sharp pi 
Anson Theodore L., lab, r. Dupont bet 

Lombard and Greenwich 
Anspacher A., purchasing agt with Anspacher 

Bros., Livermore, off 219 Sansome, r. 

1820 Market 
Anschutz E., pantryman with C. F. Wehn 
Anstev Chas. T., elk with Balfour, Guthrie 

& Co., res 228 Shot well 
.\nstine Alonzo, dealer bitters, r. 1108 Clay 
Anston Thos., miner, r. 411 Sansome 
Ant John, machinist, r. 118 Eddy, rear 
Antelope Oyster Saloon and Chop House, 

Frederick Convades. propr, 612 Miu-ket 
Anthes Frederick, musician and bakery, 510 

Fourth 
Anthes John A., student Heald's Business 

College, r. cor Twelfth and Market 



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Anthes Louis N., elk with Stouteuborough & 

Hall, r. Sophie Terrace 
Anthes Peter (Casimir & Anthes) r. Sophie 

Terrace 
Anthonisen Henry, lab Bay Sugar Refinery, 

r. 1702 Kearny 

Anthony d: 9lBase (Henry Anthony and 

Christian Maase) groceries, 6 Clara Lane 

Anthony Abraham P., carptr, r. 542 Bryant 

Anthony Edwin R., elk treas office C. P. R. 

R., r. 153 0ctavia 
Anthony E. T. A Co. (Edward T. An- 
thony and Adam T. Green) repackers, 
407-409 Commercial 
Anthony Edward T. (E. T. Anthony & Co.) 

r. 124 Oak 
Anthony Fredrick, bookbinder, r. 1506 Bu- 
chanan 
Anthony Geo. "W., real estate, 417 Bush, r. 

126 Fifth 
Anthony Harry, r. 248 Fourth 
Anthony Harry, saloon, 238 Fourth 
Anthony Henry (Anthony & Maas) r. 6 Clara 

Lane 
Anthony Herman, junk dealer, r. 120 Gil- 
bert 
Anthony John A., freight agt S. P. R. R., r. 

153 Octavia 
Anthony Peter, seaman, r. ne. cor Jackson 

and Drumm 
Anthony Richard M., bkpr with Wm. Sher- 
man & Co., r. Oakland 
Anthony Sarah, widow, r. 1 Haight 
Anthony Simpson, baker, r. German Hotel 
Anthony Wm. T. (Maeomber, Anthony & 

Co.) r. Oakland 
Anthony Wm. V., miner, r. 6 O'Farrell 
Anthony's Hall, 417 Bush 
Antich Antonio, cook, r. 621 Broadway 
Antich Vincent, propr boarding house and 

restaurant, 621 Broadway 
Antioch Distillery Co. (John Harrold) 319 

Clay 
Antisell T. M. & Co. (Thomas M. Antisell) 
pianos, organs and sheet music, 865 
Market 
Antisell Thos. M. (Antisell & Co.) r. 216 

Fair Oaks 
Antisell Wm. C, with T. M. Antisell & Co., 

865 Market 
Antoine Forest, French Consul, off and r. 

704 Washington 
Antognelli David, artist, r. 15 Cadell al 
Anton & Albreeht (August Anton and Fred- 
erick Albrecht) cigar mnfrs, 154 Second 
Anton August (Anton & Albrecht) r. 48 

Minna 
Anton Henry, machinist with Will & Finck, 
r. es. Stockton bet Lombard and Green- 
wich 
Anton Joseph, waiter with G. Leler, r, 107 

Dupont 
Anton Louis, deckhand tug Tiger 
Antone Emanuel (Cuthbert & Antone) r. 115 
Geary 



Antone Jos., lab, r. ws. San Jos^ av nr 30th 
Antouia Clara Mme., r. Dupont al 
Antonio Andrew, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Antonio Chas. fruits, 206 Third 
Antonio Co (Chinese) cigars, 1231 Wash 
Antonio Franco, seaman, r. 93 Green 
Antonio John, porter C. P. R. R. str Oakland 
Antrim Amos, blacksmith with Jonathan 

Kittredge, r. 907 Folsom 
Antua — , fruits, r. 1337 Dupont, rear 
Antunovich A. & Co. (A. Antunovich) coffee 

saloon 403 East 
Antunovich A. (A. Antunovich & Co.) r. 

403 East 
Antunovich Florio, r. 712 Green 
Antunovich Lawrence, r. 712 Green 
Antunovich Nicolas, coffee stand, 315 East r. 

819 Vallejo 
Antuno^'ich — , r. 1101 Scockton 
Antz Henry, butcher, 901 Larkin 
Antz Otto, jewelry, r, 436 Tehama 
Anwy Wm., cook, r. 123 Jackson 
Anzen Mary, dressmkr, r. 922>^ Folsom 
Apel John, architect, r. 701 Stockton 
Apelin John, carptr California Mills, r. 563 

Mission 
Apelt Chas. M., cutter Occidental Shirt 

Factory, res 603 Greenwich 
Apelt Moritz, shirtmkr with L. Lengfeld, r. 

605 Greenwich 
Apgar Richard M., bailiff Police Coiurt, r. 408 

Hyde 
Aphel Chas., bkpr, r. 838 McAllister 
Appel Louis, brtdr, r. 916 Stockton 
Apothecaries Hall, Wm. J. Bryan, propr, se. 

cor Market and New Montgomery 
Appel S., extraman Hook and Ladder No. 3, 

S. F, Fire Dept, r. 225 Fifth 
Appel S., tailor, 786 Folsom 
Appel Samuel, auctioneer, r. 527 Tehama 
Appel Sigmond, porter with L. Ryan & Co. 
Appell John C, cabinetmkr with Samuel 

Thomas, r. sw. cor Mission and Main 
Appenzeller Jacob, carriagemkr, r. 347 Minna 
Appiarius Heinrich (Lohsen & Appiarius) r. 

June Market and Hayes 
Appiarius William, driver Union Pacific 

Pickle Factory, r. 504 Filbert 
Appiu Charles, mxasician, r. 411 Jackson 
Appin Charles, piano teacher, r. 616 Cal 
Apple Frederick, with Wm. Poelman, r. 4 

Sheerer pi 
Apple Henry, cigars and tobacco, June Mar- 
ket and Ellis 
Apple Isidore, salesman with Mrs. Sarah 

Apple, r. 406 Sixth 
Ayple Jacob, bkpr with John G. Hodge & 

Co., r. 406 Sixth 
Apple Sarah Mrs., dry goods, 28 Sixth, r. 

406 Sixth 
Apple Wolfe, salesman with Mrs. Sarah 

Apple, r. 406 Sixth 
Applebee Orville, jockey, res 1250 Turk 
Appleby William, propr European Nursery, 
r. 1809 Jessie 



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Applegarth "Wm., farmer, off 302 Montgom- 
ery, rm 30, res Oakland 

Applegate Henry H., bkpr, r. lll'J Geary 

Applegate J. Henry jr., reporter Commercial 
Herald, r. 1119 Geary 

Applegate John J., mining sec, 411^/^ Cali- 
fornia, rni 2, r. 1836 Eddy 

Applegate Josiah H., atty-at-law, 729 Mont- 
gomery, rm 2, r. Grand Hotel 

Applegate W. J., student Heald's Business 
College, r. cor Howard and First 

Appier Andrew, machinist, r. 551 Tehama, 
rear 

Appleton George D., seaman, r. Kearny bet 
Lombard and Greenwich 

Appleton Jacob, with Einstein Bros. & Co., 
r. Clara ur Fourth 

Appleton Thomas, supt hosiery dept Mission 
Woolen Mills, res 732 Sixteenth 

Appo Georgiana Mrs., hairdresser, r. 722 
Broadway 

Appo Junius, porter stmr Ancon, r. 722 
Broadwaj' 

Apponyi Charles E., architect, 2G Thurlow 
blk, r. 1014 California 

April George, bootmkr with C. Dietle, r. 333 
Bush 

Apted Walter, boatman, r. 212 Francisco 

Aramam Frank, seaman stmr Orizaba 

Arago Co. (Chinese) cigar factory, 750 Clay 

Aras Gertrude Miss, r. 343 Jessie 

Arata Angelo, pedlar, r. 1419 Dupont, rear 

Arata F. <fe Co. (Francis Arata and D. Brig- 
noni) hay and grain, 620 Broadway 

Arata Francis (F. Arata & Co. ) r. 519 Green- 
wich 

Arata David, lab, r. 18 Ohio 

Arata Giovanni, vegetables, 32 Colombo Mkt 

Arata Louis, marble polisher with C. Bian- 
ciui, r. 423 Filbert 

Arata Nicholas, lab with G. Brignartello, r. 
14 Union pi 

Arata Pietro, lab with D. Ghirardclli, r. 
415 Jackson 

Arata S., vegetables, r. 736 Vallejo, rear 

Arata S. L., boot polishing, 432 California, 
r. 8 Scott pi 

Aratta Andrew (Ratto & Aratta) r.519 Fourth 

Aratta Geo., cooper, r. 1319 Sansome 

Aratta Paul, vegetables, r. 3 Margaret pi 

Ararus Alerio, waiter str Pelican 

Arbogast Fred., upholsterer with Frank G. 
Edwards, r. nw. cor Stockton and Clay 

Arboudin Henrie, machinist, r. 1414 Stock 

Arborelli Anthonis, upholsterer with Jus. 
W. Biuuham & Co., r. 105 Prospect pi 

Arbuckle Catherine, domestic, sw. cor Guer- 
rero and Liberty 

Arbuckle Henry, mining speculator, r. sw. 
cor Sixteenth and Kentucky 

Arbuthnot Wm., conductor Market-st R. R., 

r. 433 Laguna 
Arcade Co. (Chinese) cigar factory, G12 Bat 

Arcade House, Wm. H. Adams manager, 930 
Market 



Arcade House, A. Hartmann propr, 45 Sac 
Arcade Restaurant, McCauley & Young 

proprs, 11-13 Sixth 
Arcaugelo Vannucchi, stableman with L. 

Marsili & Co., r. 320 Broadway 
Archbald John, surveyor S. F. Savings Un- 
ion, r. 1312 Powell 
Archer Alfred, carptr, r. 713 Filbert 
Archer Catherine, widow, r. 10 Haywood 
Archer Charles H., machinist with Tait & 

Hainque, r. 415 Fifth 
Archer Edward, r. Ill Prospect pi 
Archer James, machinist, r. 174 Clementina 
Archer J. H., student Heald's Business Col- 
lege, r. 204 Hyde 
Archer M., widow, r. 1845 Mission 
Archer Wra., machinist Philadelphia Brew- 
ery, r. 417 Fifth 
Archibad Thomas, saloon, 1 Valencia 
Archibald Jennie, widow, furnished rooms, 

,' 297 Clementina 
Archibald F. D., canvasser, r. 12 Glen Prk av 
Archibald J. W., molder Risdon Iron and 

Locomotive Wks, r. 54 Third 
Archibald Margaret, domestic, 2041 Howard 
Areier John, with John Josserj r. 828 Green 
Arctic Insurance Co., (of New York) Potter, 

Jacobs & Easton, agts, 318 California 
Ardery Aggie Miss, saleswoman with J. 

Moorhead, r. 229 Geary 
Ardery James A., porter with Johnston & 

Veasey, r. 9 Cleaveland 
Ardley David, upholsterer, r. 3 Hamson av 
Ardrey J. A., prod mcht, Davis nr Wash 
Areid Manuel G., shoemkr, r. 66 Post 
Arendt E., upholsterer S. P. R. R., r. 729 

Clementina 
Arensberg Hermann, physician, r. 711 Hyde 
Arents Albert, r, 1713 Leavenworth 
Arenys Josephine, domestic 11 South Park 
Arey Walter W., 'cashier with Linforth, Kel- 
logg it Co., r. 2225 California 
Arfort John B., blacksmith and wagonmkr, 

218 Post, r. 023 Geary 
Argall John (Birch, Argall & Co.) r. 317 

Third 
Argenta Leon, cook Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Argenti & Galli (TuUio Argenti and Felix 

Galli) proprs Centennial Marble Wks, 

14 Taylor 
Argenti Tullio (Argenti & Galli) r. 2929 Mis 
Argentina G. & S. M. Co. (Lyon Co. Nev.) 

^ Thad. S. Fitch sec, 240 Mont, rm 1 
Arias Benancio, porter Loudon and S. F. 

Bank, r. 107 Eighth 
Arighi Giovanni, vegetables, 70 Colombo 

Martcet 
Arion Hall, Henry Grimm propr, no. cor 

Kearny and Sutter 
Arion House, Koenig & Wingara proprs, 

nw. cor Brady and Stevenson 
Aritola Dolores, biundress, r. 131H Dupont 
Arizona and California Jlineral Prospecting 

Co. (S. F.), John F. Stirling sec, 330 

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Arizona M. Co. (Arizona) Mark A. Shep- 
ard sec, 606 Montgomery, rm 1 

Arizona S. M. Co. (Unionville, Nev.) Wm. 
Willis sec, 29 Nevada blk 

Arizona Stage Line, David B. Jackson agt, 
214 Montgomery 

Arling Franz, seaman, r. 45 Sacramento 

Arling Isaac, lab freight depot C. P. K. K., 
r. 366 Natoma 

Arlington House, Cornwell & McLeod 
proprs, 127 Kearny 

Arltoter P., butcher, nw. cor Leavenworth 
and Broadway 

Armager Chas. W., policeman, r. 731 Clay 

Armand August, porter, r. 1511 Dupont 

Armand G., cook French Hospital, ss. Bry- 
ant, bet Fifth and Sixth 

Armand L., tailor, 307 Pine 

Armand Pierre, boxmkr, Pacific Box Factory, 
r. Willow nr Valencia 

Armani Giovanni, lab, r. es. Old San Josfe 
road nr Industrial School 

Armann & Michaelis (Edward Armann and 
Ernest Michaelis) barbers and baths, 
624 Washington 

Armann Edward (Ai-mann & Michaelis) r. 
624 Washington 

Armbrewster Julius, engraver with Levisou 
Bros., r. 2232 Mission 

Armbruster Daniel, carptr with Klein & 
Dwyer, r. 11 Hickory 

Armel Frank, butcher, r. Chestnut bet Jones 
and Taylor 

Armer Hermann, salesman with Kullman & 
Armer, r. 205 >^ Fifteenth 

Armer Max (Kullman & Armer) r. 1424 Bush 

Armcs «& Dallam (George W. and Chas. 
W. Armes and Richard B. Dallam) wood 
and willow ware, 215-217 Sacramento, 
factory 112 DaA'is 

Armes Chas. W. (Armes & Dallam) r. Oak- 
land 

Armes George W. (Armes & Dallam) r. 
Oakland 

Armes Moses, insurance agt, r. 5 Stockton 

Armington Edward J., comj^ositor with A. 
L. Bancroft & Co., r. 927 Washington 

Armington Edward R., tailor with G. B. 
Davis, r. 927 Washington 

Armington George H., salesman with Dun- 
ham, Carrigau & Co., r. West Oakland 

Armitage George F. J., sailmkr, r. 1008 
McAllister 

Armitage John, sailmkr, r. 1008 McAllister 

Armitage Josejih, druggist and apothecary, 
512 Kearny 

Armonino P., vegetables, 75 Colombo Mrkt 

Armor Wm., brtdr with Michael Flannigau, 
r. 200 Pacific 

Armory Hall, ne. cor Montgomery and Sac 

Arms Moses, policeman, r. 2 Hopeton Ter- 
race 

Armstead John W., waiter Palace Hotel 

Armstrong Bcnj. F., salesman with J. W. 
Shaetfer & Co., 323 Sacramento 



Armstrong Carrie Mias, actress. Bella Uoiou 

Theatre, r. 559 Mission 
Armstrong Chas., deck hand tug Lookout, r. 

238 Steuart 
Armstrong Chris., elk with Michael Connell, 

r. cor Harriet and Folsom 
Armstrong D., elk, r. 406 Clementina 
Armstrong D., i)ressiiian with John H. 

Knarstou, r. 721 Market 
Armstrong Dennis, salesman, r. 206 Perry 
Armstrong Edward J. M., elk with B. S. 

Brooks, r. 1103 Montgomery 
Armstrong E. J., elk, r. 220 Third 
Armstrong Frank, drayman with Meeker, 

James .t Co., r. 522 O'Farrell, rear 
Armstrong George, dk with Jason Springer, 

r. 521 Folsom 
Armstrong George, lab, r. 915 Mission 
Aril! strong George, shoemkr. r. Ill Geary 
Armstrong George shoemkr with Buckingham 

& Hecht, r. 247 Stevenson 
Armstrong George, woodworker, r. 521 Fol 
Armstrong Henry, painter, r. 16th bet Guer- 
rero and Dolores 
Armstrong Henry, seaman str Orizaba, r. 

127 Folsom 
Armstrong H. T., carptr, r. 1614 Jessie 
Armstrong James, r. 417 Powell 
Armstrong James, gatekeeper City and Coun- 
ty Hospital, r. es. Harrison, nr 24th 
Armstrong James, lab, r. cor Hunt and Third 
Armstrong James, jirojor Eagle Brewery, sw. 

cor 14th and Folsom 
Armstrong Jennie Miss, r. ns. Union bet 

Webster and Fillmore 
Armstrong J. L. & Co. (J. L. Armstrong 

and F. H. Kellogg) stockbrokers, 6 

Leidesdorft' 
Armstrong Joanna, widow, r. sw. cor Churu- 

busco and Henrietta 
Armstrong John, elk, r. 1224 Pacific 
Ai-mstrong John G., cooper, 104 Commercial, 

r 1009 Vallejo 
Armstrong John, lab, res 670% Clementina 
Armstrong John, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Armstrong John, saloon, 117 Jackson, r. 430 
1 Drumm 

j Armstrong John, tailor, r. 109 Minna 
] Armstrong John, varnisher. r. 39 Oak Grove 

av 
Armstrong John H., lather, r. ss. 27th nr 

Alabama 
Armstrong John L. (John L. Armstrong & 

Co.) r. 611 Locust 
Armstrong Lizzie, boxmkr Union Box Fac- 
tory, r. 206 Perry 
Armstrong Martin, cigars and tobacco, 529% 

East 
Ai'mstrong Mary, furnished room8,169 Minna 
Armstrong I'eter, seaman bark Montana 
Armstrong R. J., conductor Sutter-st K. R., r. 

553 Tenth 
Armstrong Robert, cooper, 72 Oregon, r. 22 

Hampshire 
Armstrong Robt., horsetrainer, r. 805 Bryant 



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Armstrong Robert, broker, r. loth ur Zoe 
Armstroug Ilobert B., bkpr with M. J. Fla- 
vin, r. 417 Powell 
Armstrong S;imuel C, hatter with George 

F. Miller, r. 5G4 Bryant 
Armstroug Samuel P., teamster with Dutton 

& Moore, r. 30:3 Bartlett 
Armstrong Thomas, j^lasterer, r. 20 Sac 
Ai'mstroug Thos., helper Enterprise Mills, 

r. 20 Sacramento 
Armstroug Thos. H., shoe mnfr, r. 566 Brj'- 

ant 
Armstrong Tilley Miss, elk with Mrs. Annie 

Riley, r. 206 Perry. 
Armstroug Truman B., tinsmith with IIol- 

brook, Merrill <& Co., r. 921 Jackson 
Armstrong Wm., compositor Chronicle, r. 

219 Minna- 
Armstroug Wm., grainerwith C. Courteuav, 

r. 307 Eighteenth 
Armstrong Wm-. H., elk U. S. Medi- 
cal Directors' ofiice, r. lOlo Howard 
Armstroug Wm. J., salesman with S. Mos- 

grove & Co., r. 220 Third 
Armstrong Wm. W., bkpr with J. C. Winans 
Armstrong — , carptr, r. 9 Mason 
Armstrong — , conductor, r. 530 Valencia 
Armstrong — , shoemkr, r. Stanford Hotel 
Arnaud Albert A., ])usiness mngr with Mrs. 

M. Sajous, r. 1-1 Stockton 
Arnaud Paul, upholsterer, 324 Dupont, r. 

822 Larkin 
Arnberger Frank, musician Grand Opera 

House, r. 1305 Montgomery 
Arnd Margaret, lodgings, 719 Clay 
Arndepa Panne, chicken ranch, Gates nr 

Crescent av 
Arndt Rudolph, lab Bay Sugar Refinery, r. 

3 Union' 
Arnendu Chas. X., porter, r. 25 Second 
Arneson H. Mrs., ladies' nurse, r. 906 Fil- 
bert 
Arneson S., lab, r. 906 Filbert 
Arnest John, photographer with Bradley & 

Rulofson, r. Oakland 
Arnett August, junk dealer, r. 318 Francisco 
Arnett Henry, steward Hose No. 5. S. F. Fire 

Dept, Market bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Arnheim Gustavus S., jeweler with R. W. 

Jackson, r. 8 Steuart 
Arnheim Herman S., jeweler with R. W. 

Jackson, r. 8 Steuart 
Arnheim Julius S. (S. S. Arnheim &, Son) 

r. 24 Steuart 
Arnheim S. S. & Son (Sam'l S. and Julius S. 

Arnheim) drugs and medicines, 24 Stcu 
Arnheim Samuel S. (S. S. Arnheim & Son) 

r. 8 Steuart 
Arnheim Wm. S., mnfrg jeweler and watch- 

mkr, 8 Steuart 
Arnhold Benj., elk with Brown & Doamond, 

r. 527 Turk 
Arnhold Hugo, salesman mth Lilienthul & 

Co., r. .527 'lurk 
Arno August, boxmkr, r. 12 Willow av 



Arnold A. Mrs., millinery, fancy goods and 

notions, 1400 Polk 
Arnold Adam, butcher with Catlow & John- 
son, r. 11th av nr R. R. av, S. S. F. 
Arnold Amanda, widow, r. 207 Fair Oaks 
Arnold Anna, widow, r. .ss. Powell av nr 

Mission 
Arnold Augustus, sawyer Enterprise Mills, r. 

Third bet Howard and Mis.sion 
Arnold Austin, cashier with Marcus C. Haw- 
ley & Co., 108 Front 
Arnold Benj. E., butcher, r. 634 Twenty- 

Ihird 
Ai-uold liroH. (Cyrus M. and Gilbert C. 

Arnold ) real estate and money brokers, 

423 Kearny 
Arnold Caspar, hatter, 135 Post 
Arnold ("has. H., compositor with H. S. 

Crocker ct Co., r. 7 Rxiss 
AruoW Chas. W., l)kpr with Edward B. Per- 

rin, r. 1114 Market 
Arnold Cyrus M. (Arnold Bros.) r. 24th bet 

Mission and Valencia 
Arnold E., elk Arlington Hoiise, 127 Kearny 
Arnold Elbridge F., optician, 427 Kearny, r. 

822 Filbert 
Arnold Ferdinand D., letter carrier P. 0., r. 

so., cor Guerrero and 20th 
Arnold Frederick R., compositor with H. S. 

Crocker & Co., r. 1314 Kearny 
Arnold F. W., cooper, 116 Oregon and 3 

Chambers, r. 523 Octavia 
Arnold Geo. H., elk Occidental Hotel 
Arnold Geo. W., teamster, r. ne. cor Bryant 

and Napa 
Arnold Gilbert C. (Arnold Bros.) r. 2728 

Mission 
Arnold Gottlieb, butcher.ws. Mission nr 30th 
Arnold James W., policeman, r. cor Beale 

and Howard 
Arnold John F., conductor Clay-st R. R., r. 

1503 Leavenworth 
Arnold Joseph, wood and coal, 333 Third, r. 

331 Third 
Arnold Marcus P., letter carrier P. 0., r. 

1503 Leavenworth 
Arnold Matthew, machinist Union Iron 

Works, r. 82 Natoma 
Arnold N. H. *fc Co. (Noah S. Arnold) 

hardware, com mcht and mnfrs agts, 310 

California 
Arnold Noah S. (N. S. Arnold & Co.) r. 

1306 Pine 
Arnold Otto, collector London and San Fran- 
cisco Bank, r. 719 Sutter 
Arnold Philip, baker, r. 1319 Kearny 
Arnold Rebecca H., widow, r. se. cor Guer- 
rero and 20th , 
Arnold Richard, stonemason, r. 317 First 
Arnold Rufus W., driver with Sedgley & 

Davis, r. 1622 Jessie 
Arnold Thos. C, salesman with Hecht Bros. 

\- Co..r. 107 Ridley 
.\ruold T. J., chief engineer State Harbor 

Commissioners, r. Oakland 



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Arnold Uriah K., bkpr with Greenebaum 

Bios., r. 1017 Polk 
Arnold "\Vm. H., ninfr Paragon stoves, 44 

Fourth, r. 7 Euss 
Arnold Wm. T., printer N. Y. Photograph 

Gallery, r. 7 Euss 
Arnold — , widow, r. 11 Kearny 
Arnot Nathaniel D., manager Vulcan Iron 

Works, r. 2615 Mission 
Arnot N. D. jr., bkpr Vulcan Iron Works, r. 

Mission bet 21st and 2'2d 
Arnott Tho., expressman, se. cor Fourth and 

Howard, r. 984 Harrison 
Aruoudts Constant, with St. Denis & Ches- 

ney, r. niS'A Mason 
Arnoudts L. Mme., artificial flowers, r. 420 

Sutter 
Arnson John, seaman, r. 331 Brannan 
Arnstein Eugene (Stein, Simon »k Co.) r. 

332 Eddy 
Arnstein I., r. 332 Eddy 
Arnstein Ludwig, bkpr with Stein, Simon & 

Co., r. 208 Eddy 
Arnthe George, cook Palace Hotel 
Amy — , carptr, r. 720 Stockton 
Aron Isidor, salesman with Bornstein Bros., 

r. 44 Third 
Aronshou Isidor (I. Jacobs & Co.) r. 527 

Stevenson 
Aronsohu Sigmund, Ins. agt, r. 5 Monroe 
Aronsohn Simon, with I. Jacobs & Co., r. 521 

Jessie 
Aronson Abraham, furnitiu-e and bedding, 

1326 Stockton, r. se. cor Vallejo and 

Stockton 
Aronson B., tailor, r. 913 Battery rear 
Aronson D., r. 643 Vallejo 
Aronson G. & Co. (Geo. Aronson and A. P. 

Craner) loan office, 110 Kearny 
Aronson Geo. (G. Aronson & Co.) r. 514 

Eddy 
Aronson Julius, dk with Colman Bros., r. 

515 Sacramento 
AroiiMtein A<Ioir, physician, 29 Kearny, 

r. 520 Jones 
Arpe Antonio, cook with F. Bazzurs, 105 Pac 
Arpe Domiuico, fruit, 639 Post 
Arper Albert D., collector, 533 Kearuv, r. 

2132 Howard 
Arper Geo., sticker Cal. Mills, r. 2132 How- 
ard 
Arper Thos., machinist, r. 2132 Howard 
Arper Walter, collector, 533 Kearny, r. 213ii 

Howard 
Arpin Paul, porter with Adam & Kibbe, r. 

se. cor Commercial and Montgomery 
Arps Hcrnian, dishwasher with H. Bern- 

hamer, r. 82 Golden 
Arps Trine, domestic, sw. cor Polk and Edd}' 
Arques Clemente, real estate, 4-5 Montgom- 
ery blk. r. 12.34 Stockton 
Arrambide JohnB., money broker, 611 Mont- 
gomery, r. 759 Harrison 
Arrcola Margarito, deputv poundkeeper, r. 

2425 Dupont 



AiTJgoni Napoleon, fresco painter, r. 1910 
Mason 

Arrigoni Napoleone, fresco painter, r. 9 
Union pi, rear 

Arrillaga Santiago, music teacher, r. 129 
Third 

Arrington Nicholas T., bkpr ^nth Newton 
Bros. & Co., r. 1826 O'Farrell 

Arrington W. B., frwdg dept Wells, Fargo & 
Co., r. 643 Folsom 

Arrison Henry, carptr, r. 27 Jessie bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth 

Arrowsmith Augustus T., civil engineer, 432 
Montgomery, rm 9, r. 461 Natoma 

Arrowsmith Henry (Parratt, Arrowsmith & 
Co.) res 33 Stevenson bldg 

Arrowsmith John, lab P. M. S. S. Co., r. 5 
Tehama 

Arrowsmith Joseph, elk, r. 24 Glen Park av 

Arrowsmith — , r. 912 Washington 

Arroyo Yanuario (J. Trejos k Co.) res 11 
Second av 

Arteche Frank, boxmkr Union Box Factorj', 
r. Jackson bet Mason and Powell 

Artheuans Victor, cook Occidental Restau- 
rant 

Arthur Eveline A., widow, r. nw. cor Mission 
and 25th 

Arthur E. M., paying teller The Nevada 
Bank of San Francisco, res Oakland 

Arthur George F., barber with Herman 
Hauser, r. 18 Anna 

Arthur George N., mcht, off cor Davis and 
Pine, r. Oakland 

Arthur William S., bakery, r. 259 Third 

Articary Anton, harnessmkr with J. W. 
White, r. ns. Vallejo bet Kearny and 
Montgomery 

Artigues E. & Co. (Emile, John and Louis 
Artigues) tripe, calves' head and feet, 14 
S. F. Market 

Artigues Emile (E. Artigues & Co.) r. ss. 5th 
av, S. S. F. 

Artigues John (E. Artigues & Co.) r. 321 
Union 

Artigues Louis (E. Artigues & Co.) r. France 

Artus Pierre, waiter C34 Pacific 

Artzberger Mortou, painter, r. 1614 Bush 

Aryew John, steward ship Frank N. Thayer 

AnhI Adolpli, saloon, 1237 Mission 

Asalino R., tailor with AVright it Harmon, 
r. cor 27th and Folsom 

Asbury Frank, plumber, r. 1105 Powell 

Asbury Geo. T., lab, r. 327 Filbert, rear 

Asch Benj., barber with Wm. Landgiibe, 
r. 417 Clementina 

Asch Wm., furrier, r. 417^ Clementina 

Ascheck Henry F., marblecutter with John 
Daniel, r. 361 Jessie 

Ascheim Jacob M., r. cor Sansome and Com- 
mercial 

Ascheim M. S.' mcht, r. 530 Howard 

A»ehen A IIeiiiein»nn (Ernest F. 
Aschen and Ernest A. Heinemann) gro- 
ceries, se. cor Leavenworth and Vallejo 



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Aschen Ernest F. (Aschen & Heinemann) r. 

nw. cor Bush and Octavia 
Ascher Beuj., longshoreman, r. ne. cor Bat- 
tery and Green 
Ascherson Emil, bkpr, r. 432 Clementina 
Aschheim Israel J., moneybroker, 419 San- 
some, r. St. George House 
Aschheimer S. J., mcht, r. Grand Central 

Hotel 
Aschmann Wm., groceries, sw. cor Stockton 

and Vallejo, r. 1518 Powell, rear 
Aschmann Wm. A. (Hennings & Aschmann) 

r. 1616 Powell 
Ash Bros. (Leo, Jacob and Hermann 
Ash) imps and mufrs clothing and furn- 
ishing goods, 13-15 Battery 
Ash David, nailmkr, r. 24 Verona 
Ash Edward, porter Russ House 
Ash Hermann (Ash Bros.) r. 1355 Post 
Ash I., furrier and fur dyer, 329 Third 
Ash Jacob (Ash Bros.) r. New York 
Ash James, tel operator, r. 1050 Howard 
Ash Leo (Ash Bros.) r. 1355 Post 
Ash Lewis, actor New Olympic Varieties, r. 

St. George Hotel 
Ash Mary, widow, r. 117 Natoma 
Ash Robert, atty-at-law, 607 Kearny, rm 

1, r. 115 Eddy 
Ash Thos. P., phonographer, r. 17 Grand av 
Ashbridge Thos., engineer str Gaelic 
Ashburner Wm., mining engineer, r. 1014 

Pine 
Ashbury. Monroe, capitalist, r. Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Ashby E. W., atty-at-law, 533 Kearny, r. 907 

Stockton 
Ashby Lyman, carptr, r 414 Pacific 
Ashcroft Henry, elk P. M. S. S. Co., r. 600 

Jones 
Ashcroit Wm., master U. S. str General Mc- 

Pherson, r. 1208 Jackson 
Ashdowu Archibald, accountant, 507 Mont- 
gomery, rm 3 
Ashe Caroline L., widow, r. 512 Eddy 
Ashe Gregory, porter with John E. Richards, 

r. 217% Clara 
Ashe Matthew, brtdr with John E. Richards, 

nw. cor Mission and 30th 
Ashenheim — , elk, r. 812 Kearny 
Asher A. F., clothing, 408 Fourth 
Asher Alexander B., policeman, r. 10 Willow 

av 
Asher Colman, cigars and tobacco, 1304% 

Polk 
Asher Geo., lab, r. 616 Broadway 
Asher S. & Co. (Simon Asher and Herrmann 

Smith) mufrs oil clothing, 325 Davis 
Asher Simon (S. Asher & Co.) r. 107 Vir- 
ginia 
Asherson Emil, agt Hebrew Observer, r. 432 

Clementina 
Ashes Chas., seaman, r. ne. cor Washington 

and Drumm 
Ashley D. R. Mrs., r. 712 Bush 
Ashley John, pantryman Brooklyn Hotel 



Ashley Pacific L., porter Cal. Furn. Mnfg 

Co., and stoker Engine No. 3, S. F. Fire 

Dept, r. 1313 California 
Ashley W. H. Mrs., dressmkr, 120 Sutter 
Ashman Charles, machinist, r. 54 First 
Ashman Richard T., engineer and machinist, 

r. nw. cor Sierra and Indiana 
Ashmead k Kellum (G. S. Ashmeadand C. 

D. Kellum) carptrs, 5 Beale 
Ashmead G. S. (Ashmead & Kellum) r. ws. 

Mariposa bet Columbia and Bryant 
Ashmore Thos., with Joseph Marshall, r. 

Paris House 
Ashmore Wm. E., storekpr Cosmopolitan 

Hotel, r. 8 Dale pi 
Ashton Chas., elk, r. 627 O'FaiTell 
Ashton Chas., real estate agt, 120 Sutter r. 

9 Hubbard 
Ashton Chas. S., with S. F. Stock Board, r. 

es. Fillmore bet Green and Union 
Ashton Wm., mate ship British General 
Ashton William C, collector with Renton, 

Holmes & Co., r. 408 Bryaflt 
Ashton — , r. nw. cor 15th and Shotwell 
Ashwanden John, waiter with Casimir & 

Anthes, r. 13% Geary 
Ashworth James, painter, r. 2104 Stockton 
Ashworth Thos., capitalist, r. 806 McAllister 
Askey Armstrong, wharfinger North Point 

Dock, r. 106 Francisco 
Askhan Chas., steward str Reform 
Assmaun Adolph, mnfr caviar and 

dealer fancy groceries, 32 California 

Market, r. es. Jersey bet Alameda and 

El Dorado, 
Asmus John, lab with National Flour Mills, 

r. 1597 Turk 
Asmussen Wm., groceries, 498 Eighth 
Asmussem Wm. A., grocery, ne. cor Eighth 

and Harrison, r. 1191 Harrison 
Asmi;sser John, farmer, r. ne. cor Russia 

and San Jos^ Road 
Aspe Mades, r. 112 Tehama 
Aspinwall Peter, messman str Gaelic 
Aspuuder Hugo, seaman, r. 812 Kearny 
Assalino Nicolai, tailor, r. ss. 27th nr Wash- 
ington av 
Assalino Salvador, cook Brooklyn Hotel, r. 

ss. 27th nr Washington av 
Asscenger Elizabeth, widow, laundress, 3 

Mary lane 
Assel Perra, cook, r. 402 Broadway 
Assessment Guide, Chas. E. Pfeifer mana- 
ger, 423 Washington 
Assessment Guide Publishing Co., pub As- 
sessment Guide, C. E. Pfeifer manager, 

423 Washingtf>n 
Assessor's Oflive, 22 City Hall, first 

floor 
Assion Henry, tailor, r. 734 Broadway 
Assion Jos., mcht tailor 205 Montgomery, 

r. 348 Third 
Assion Jos., tailor, 734 Broadway 
Assolanlteri John, boarding, 2 Gardner 



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Associated Veterims M(?xicim War, Tbos. J. 

Knipe pres., H. L. Van Geistcifiekl 

sec, J. F. Bekcait trcas., hall us. Bry- 

aut ur Third 
Asteu Ferdinand 0., saloon, 3 Dupout, and 

costumer, lG-18 Geary 
Asterloseh S., cabinetmkr, r. 529 Greenwich 
Aston D., painte;-, r. 51-i Bush 
Aston Jas., gaslittev, r. 461 Jessie 
Aston Sarah E., widow, r. -iCl Jissie 
Astor Block, se. cor Sacramento and Webb 
Astor House, Adolpho Sigelke propr, 511 

Broadway 
Astredo Anthony, saloon, G35 Washington, 

r. 914 Vallejo 
Aswell Chas., messenger with Wells, Fargo 

& Co., r. ISYi Harriet 
Asztalos Samuel, cabinetmkr, r. 529 Green- 
wich 
Atal Marx, jeweler, r. 165 Tehama 
Atchinsou B. M. & Co. (B. M. Atchinson and 

E. L. Cutten) dairy prod, 16-17 and2 8- 

30 Centre Market 
Atchinson B. M. (B. M. Atchinson & Co.) 

r. Brooklyn 
Atchinsou Thomas, r. 314 Bush 
Atchison B. T., seaman, r. 1317 Sansome 
Atlicaru «fe Co. (Chas. G. and Joseph 

H. Athearn) groceries, provisions, ship 

stores, etc., 6 Stcuavt 
Athearn Chas. G. (Athearn & Co.) r. 815 

Laguna 
Athearn Frank, delivery dept Wells, Fargo 

& Co. 
Athearn Joseph H. (Athearn & Co.) r. 17 

Second av 
Athearn Wm., forwarding dept. Wells, 

Fargo & Co., r. 1707 Leavenworth 
Athenau Joseph, porter with H. A. Depier- 

ris, 325 Montgomery av 
Athern Chas. M., milkman, r. 1313 Larkin 
Atherston Thos. S., bkpr, r. 112 Austin 
Atherton G. H. B. (Stanford & Atherton) 

r. Fair Oaks 
Atherton Faxton D., capitalist (and J. E. 

Cook &, Co.) 705 Sansome, r. Fair Oaks 
Atiges John, seaman, r. 30 Clay 
Atkiu James, boilermkr, r. 266 Clementina 
Atkin Robert, carptr with S. C. Bugbee & 

Son, r. cor Minna and Second 
Atkins A. E., shipjiing master, r.&]4 Garden 
Atkins E., porter with Yates & Co., r. 621 

California 
Atkins Henry B., groceries andreal estate agt, 

86. cor Jones and O'Farrell, r. 2 Rose 
Atkins Job, sailmkr with C. C. Funk, r 26 

Rousch 
Atkins John, stockbroker, r. 120 Perry 
Atkins Joseph, machinist P. M. S. S. Co., r. 

Ill Silver 
Atkins Robert, r. 318 Davis 
Atkins Robt. C. (Orr & Atkins) r. 608 Geary 
Atkinson, Lyon & Co. (Thos. T. Atkinson, 

Wm. H. Lyon, Henry L. Cohen and 

Aaron Duud) stockbrokers, 405% Cal 



Atkinson Chas., mate l)ark Willard ^ludgett 

Atkinson Chas. E., carbuilder, r. ws. Wash- 
ington av bet 27lh and 28th 

AtkiuMon I>uvi(l. propr California Laun- 
dry. Russ al, r. uw. cor Church and 
Elizabeth 

Atkinson Francis, fireman Engine No. 6, S. 
F. Fire Dept, r. 147% Shipley 

Atkinson Francis, master manner, r. cor 
Broadway and Hyde 

Atkinson Geo., v\k general freight off. C. 
P. R. R., r. East Oakland 

Atkinson Geo., F., woodturner and fruits, 
237 Sixth, r. 12 Tehama 

Atkinson Geo. McClure, collector with 
Brown k Desmond, r. 631 Webster 

Atkinson Harry, carptr Union Box Factorv, 
r. Oakland 

Atkinson James, saloon, 538 and 1021 
Market, r. 41 Tehama 

Atkinson James, with Sanitarium Baths, r. 
2210 Powell 

Atkinson J. B. (L. Atkinson & Co.) r. Phil- 
adelphia, Pa 

Atkinson John C, chairmkr, r. nw. cor 
Taylor and Market 

Atkinson Joseph H., r. 1032 Broadway 

AtkinsonL. & Co. (Lewis and J. B.Atkinson) 
imps shirts, 22 Sansome 

Atkinson Lewis (L. Atkinson & Co.) r. 405 
Powell 

Atkinson Nathan, real estate, 507 Mont- 
gomery, r. 805 Tyler 

Atkinson Philip, coUarmkr with Main & Win- 
chester, r. 371 Minna 

Atkinson Rose H., widow, r. 371 Minna 

Atkinson Thos., r. nw. cor Church and 
Elizabeth 

Atkinson Thos., real estate, r. 24 How., rear 

Atkinson Thos. E., bkpr with George D. 
Gardiner & Co., r. 208 Eighteenth 

Atkinson Thos. T. (Atkinson, Lyon & Co.) 
r. 112 Hyde 

Atkinson Wm., elk, r. ne. cor 23d and Mis 

Atkinson Wm., sailmkr with J. S. Blakiston, 
r. 173 Drumm 

Atkinson W. J., surgeon P.M. S. S. Co. 

Atlnntic uud Pacific Telegraph 
Co. (Pacific Division) Lelaud Stanford 
l)res, Richard P.Hammond gen manager, 
F. S. Vaudenburgh gen supt, J. G. 
Bloomer ofidce manager, gen office 507 
California, branch offices se. cor Front 
and Sacramento, Market-st Wharf, 
Palace Hotel, Lick House, Baldwin's 
Hotel, Grand Hotel and cor Fourth and 
Town.send 

Atlautic Con. M. Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) 
Peter Robertson sec, 330 Pine, rm 57 

Atlantic Gardens, Hildebrand &, Heydenaber, 
proprs, 310-312 Francisco 

Atlantic Giant Powder Co. (New York) H. 
Pichoir sec, 10 California 

Atlautic House, Michael McDonald propr, 
20 Sacramento 



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Atlantic Straw Wrks, Forrest & Co., proprs, 

132 Fourth 
Atlas Insurance Co. (of Hartford) Hutchin- 
son, Mann & Smith agts, 314 Cal 
Atridge Thos., porter, r. 1307 BroadM'ay 
Attal Marks, jeweler with Edwards cfcTuckey, 

r. Ifio Tehama 
Attell Seymour, tailor, 640% Howard 
Atterbery Alex. N., bkpr with J. N. McCune, 

r. ne. cor Valencia and Willow av 
Attinger Gottlieb, bootmkr, 117 Leidesdorfif, 

r. 31 Morton 
Attinger John, tailor with A. W. Wolf, r. 

242 Minna 
Attrian Frank, butcher, r. 2626 Bryant 
Attridge Arthur, shoemkr with Einstein 

Bros. & Co., r. 5 Noe 
Attridge James, lab, Front-st Warehouse, r. 

416 Broadway 
Attridge Sarah, domestic. 409 Van Ness av 
Attridge Thos.. lab, r. Golden Gate Hotel 
Attridge Thos., porter with Lewis P. Sage, 

r. 1307 Broadway 
Attwater Thos., bootblack, nw. cor Califor- 
nia and Montgomery, r. cor W^ashing- 

ton and Davis 
Attwood Chas., seaman, r. 1322 Kearny 
Attwood Geo. Elliott (Nichols «fc Attwood) 

r. 169 Perry 
Attwood Melville, mining engineer, r. 722 

Bush 
Attwood Wm., lab with Torrens & Enricht, 

r. Golden Gate Park 
Attwood Wm. H., seaman, r. Ill Jackson 
Atwell & Darius (E. E. Atwell and H. 

Darius) butchers, 12 Union Market 
Atwell Edward, butcher, r. 210 Third 
Atwell Edward E. (Atwell & Darius) r. 745 

Howard 
Atwill & West (Joseph F. Atwill and H. E. 

West; i^roprs Western Mining Agency 

and stock brokers, 419 Cal, rm 27 
Atwill Joseph F. (Atwill &■ West) r. Oakland 
Atwood Amaziah S., conductor Market-st R. 

R., r. Cincinnati Hotel 
Atwood Carrie L. Mrs., teacher Girls' High 

School, r. 1511 Clay 
Atwood E. A., carptr, r. 1511 Clay 
Atwood E. C, lab with W. T. Garratt, r. 261 

Minna 
Atwood William, stock broker, r. 215 Keav 
Atzeroth Frederick (Baettge & Atzeroth) r. 

132 Oregon 
Aubert Albert, pork packer, 10 S. F. 

Market, r. 3 Graham pi 
Aubert F., cook French Hospital, ss. Bryant 

bet Fifth and Sixth 
Aubert G. Matthew, physician, 504 Kearny 
AulKjrt Paul C, jeweler, r. 1314 O'Farrell 
Aubert P. L., jeweler with Levison Bro., r. 

1314 O'Farrell 
Aubert Peter G., joiner, r. 620 Fulton 
Aubonnet August, propr Europe Hotel, sw. 

cor Dupont and Morton 
Aubrey Chas., carptr, r. 1328 California 



Aubrey Chas. A., metal roofer with Conlin 

tt Koberts, r. 1326 California, rear 
Aubrey Chas. B., elk with Pennsylvania C. 

R. R., r. es. Chatanooga bet 22nd and 

23d 
Aubrey Francis 0., carptr and builder, r. ne. 

cor Chatiinooga and 23d 
Aubrey Matilda, domestic, 1637 Howard 
Auclair Fruncoi!4, propr Union Franco- 

Aniericau Society Hotel and agt French 

mdse, 629 Front 
AudemartC. Mrs., French laundry, 332 Sut 
Audemurt Manuel, porter with Henry 

Schroeder &Co., r. 332 Sutter 
Audiffred — , dishwasher, r. 717 Pacific 
Auditfred H., wood and coal, 3 Mission, r. 

1S21 Bush 
Auer Diego, with P. S. Estrade, r. cor Lom- 
bard and Octavia 
Auerbach & Miihael (Louis Auerbach and 

Joseph Michael) cigars, 539 Clay 
Auerbach A., elk with M. Braudensteiu & 

Co., r. 709 O'Farrell 
Auerbach Alfred, fringemaker with Fromm 

<fe Schaefer, r. 14 Harriet 
Auerbach Carl M., bkpr with Levi Strauss & 

Co., r. 1310 Larkiu 
Auerbach Jacob J., physician, 310% Stock 
Auerbach L. A: Co. (L. Auerbach and S. L. 

Goldberg) cigars and tobacco, 309 East 
Auerbach Leopold, r. 516 O'Farrell 
Aiaerbach Louis (Auerbach & Michael) r. 

Oakland 
Auerbach Louis (L. Auerbach k Co.) r. 14 

Harriet 
Aufrichtig Morris, mnfg jeweler, 2% Sixth, 

r. 517 Stevenson 
Auger B. E. & Co. (B. Eugene Auger) imprs 

and com mchts and agts Buena Vista 

Vinicultural Society, 409 Battery 
Auger B. Eugene (B. E. Auger & Co.) r. 826 

Howard 
Auger Eugene A., elk with B. E. Auger «fc 

Co., r. 826 Howard 
Auger Flora, milliner, 121 Stockton 
Auger John, baker, 911 Pacitic, r. 121 Stock 
Auger Lambert, instrumentmkr with John 

C. Sack, r. 125 Tehama 
Augur Lewis S. (A. T. Sherwood & Co.) r. 

17 Tyler 
Auger Louis T., carptr, r. 1857 Stev, rear 
Augsburgh Fred. (Faucett & Augsburgh) r. 

63 Minmt 
August J., lab S. F. Grading Co., Long Bridge 
August John E., elk with Mehrtcns & Co., 

r. 1230 Mission 
August M., machinist, r. Excelsior Hotel 
August Cliche), lauudryman, r. H26 Green 
Augusta Kindergarten, Mrs. H. Semler prin., 

534 Turk 
Augustin Win., cabinotmkrwith W. G. Weir, 

r. cor 27th and Folsom 
Augustine Audolf, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Augustine Morris, bkpr with Rosenbaum & 

Friedmann, r. 23 Kearny 



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Augustiiiy John (Sagguii & Augustiny) r. ! 

108 Fell 
Augustus Frank, vninisher with Kragen & 

Co., r. lOG Minna 
Augustus Joseph, painter, r. llliJ Mont 
Augwhart Alexander, seaman bark Comorin 
Axiia George, fireman S. P. R. R., r. 910 Har 
Aiild James, salesman with David Porter, 

r. 2210 Pine 
Aulshan — , lab Merchants Dry Dock 
Ault Joseph P., hostler, r. 235 Minna 
Ault M. M. Mrs., adjuster U. S. Mint, r. 513 

Taylor 
Ault Mathias, miller National Flour Mills, 

r. 28 McAllister 

Anna P. 0., carptr, r. Germania nr Webster 

Auradou <t Tortell (A. L. Auradou and Wm. 

Tortell) game and poultry, 507 Merchant 

Auradoii A. L. (Auradou & Tortell) r. 520 

Merchant 
Aureola G. & S. M. Co. (Lyon Co.Nev.)Thad. 

S. Fitch sec, 240 Montgomery, rm 1 

Aurignac Marcelin, florist, front Lick Hoiise 

Aurouze Marius & Co. (Marius Aurouze and 

Edouard Flicourt) laarbers 203 Mont av 

Aurouze Marius (Marius Aurouze & Co.) r. 

738 Vallejo 
Auslein Arthur, fitter City Iron "Works, r. 

Alameda 
Ausman Otto H., varnisher with J. A. Sha- 

ber, r. 254 Tehama 
Auster Peter Henry, drayman, 407 Battery, 

r. nw. cor Union and Larkin 
Austerumhle Chas., cook with Schramm & 

Schnabel, r. 213 Prospect pi 
Austett Antoine, salesman \nth Grogan & 

Anstett, r. 725 Green 
Austett Armand (Grogan & Anstett) r. 727 

Green 
Austin Alexander (J. M. Walker «Sc Co.) r. 

Occidental Hotel 
Austin Alexander, porter str Pelican 
Austin Arthur C, invoice elk with Linforth, 

Kellogg (fe Co., r. Oakland 
Austin B. C, tin can and box factorj', 414 

Merchant, r. 1520 Taylor 
Austin B. F., gilder, r. 1725 Mission 
Austin Chas. W., stonecutter with Larseneur 

k Sheerin, r. 404 Bryant 
Austin D. S., 1st oflScer str City of San Fran- 
cisco 
Austin Edward C, fireman Sacramento boat, 

r. 335 Tehama 
Austin Edwd, longshoreman, r. 12 Tehama pi 
Austin Emmet, bkpr with S. L. Mastick & 

Co., r. Oakland 
Austin Frank B., editor New Age, 420 Kear- 
ny, r. Grand Hotel 
Austin Henry, dentist, 634 Washington 
Austin Henry S. (Thos. H. Selby & Co.) r. 

Stockton 
Aiistin Isaac, engineer, r. 227 Main 
Austin Isaac V., r. 1719 Jessie 
Austin James, lab, r. 313 Pacific 



Austin John, fruits and confectionery, 2015 

Mission 
Austin Joseph, drayman with Crane, Hast- 
ings & Co., r. 717 Natoma 
Austin Joseph, port warden, 525 Front, r. 

Palace Hotel 
Austin Marquis E., stockbroker, 639 Kearny, 

r. East Oakland 
Austin M. F. Miss, priu Clarke Institute 
Austin Orlando H., plast€rer, r. 227 Second 
Austin O. H., carptr, r. Montgomery's Hotel 
Austin Richard, seaman, r. 123 Jackson 
Austin Sampson jr., packer with O. Lawton 

& Co., r. 1614 Post 
Austin Thos., carjjtr with J. P. Curtis, r. 

Philadelphia House 
Austin Thos. A., machinist ^tna Iron Works, 

r. 310 Ninth 
Auston W' 1. H., tel operator, r. 2324 Clay 
Australia jj., bootblack, r. 2 Morse 
Autrey Wm., watchman, r. Montgomery's 

Hotel 
Aiistrian Benevolent Society, 71 New Mont 
Autetxil George D., conductor Cent. R. R., 

r. Excelsior Hotel 
Auther George, barber, r. 20 Anna 
Auxellary Samuel, jobber, r. 929 Wash 
Auzenhofer Louis, farmer r. ws. Ocean 

House Road ur Industrial School 
Auzerman Herman, seaman, r. 415 East 
Auzheney Lizzie, cook, 11 Essex 
Avan John, policeman, r. 13 Tehama 
Avaus Georgia Miss, teacher, r. 427 Sutter 
Ave Frank, lab Pac. Dis. and Ref. Co., r. 

nw. cor Pierce and Chestnut 
Avenue House, Leo Pipier propr, 808-810 

Kearny 
Averan Clemence Madame, dressmkr, r. 627 

Union 
Averan Jacob, cabinetmkr, r. 627 Union 
Averill Jackson L., bkpr with H. M. Black 

A: Co., r. 851 Market 
Avers James, bootmkr, r. Montgomery's 

Hotel 
Averv <k Crosby S. M. Co. (Douglas Co. 

Nev.) W. A. M. Van Bokkelen sec, 320 

Sansome, rm 21 
Avery B. P., widow, r. 1112 Leavenworth 
Avery Daniel W., foreman with West Coast 

Furn. Co., r. 177 Perry 
Avery Dean R. (D. R. Averj' & Co.) r. 1911 

Polk 
Avery D. R. AVo. (D. R. Avery) fruits 

and vegetables, 19 Centre Market 
Avery Edgar 0., elk Rincon Wharf Ware- 
house, r. es. Minnesota bet Mariposa 

and Solano 
Avery Elijah, master mariner, r. ps. Minne- 
sota nr Solano 
Avery E. M. widow, r. 238 Taylor 
Averj- Eunice, widow, r. se. cor Bryant and 

Clinton 
Avery Francis, sec Sausalito Land and Ferry 

Co., 320 Sansome, rm 15, r. 1509 Wash 
Avery James, carptr, r. 158 Shipley 



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NEAR MISSION STREET. 



Avery James 0., priuter, r. se. cor Bryant 

and Clinton 
Avery John, coachman, li Stanley pi 
Avery John, seaman, r. uw. cor Steuart and 

Folsom 
Avery Joseph, tinsmith with A. Grimm, r. 

1134 Dupont 
Avery Judson, salesman with D. R. Avery & 

Co., r. ws. Minnesota bet Mariposa and 

Solano 

Avery Mary F., widow, r. 25 Jessie, rear 
Avery Robert J., block and pump mkr, 9 

Spear, r. 1145 Mission 
Avery Ross, carptr, r. ss. Precita av ur Mis 
Avery S. K. Miss teacher Eincon Grammar 

School, r. cor Iowa and Solano 
Avery — , Mrs., physician, 204 Sutter 
Avisseau Heloise Mme, ladies' nurse, r. 1511 

Stockton 
Avisseau Louis, carptr, r. 327 Majit. av „ 
Avoncino Antonio, vegetable jjedlar, r. 724 

Lombard 
Avoncino Joseph, vegetable pedlar, r. 724 

Lombard 
Avoncino Sebastian, vegetable pedlar, r. 724 

Lombard 
Avj' Eugene, shee]), wool, hides, tallow, etc., 

320 Sausome, rm 7, r. 310 Lombard 
Awe Chas., seaman, r. 18 Folsom 
Axel Fanny, domestic, 333 Seventeenth 
Axel Wm., r. 7 Franklin 
Axel — , brtdr, r. 502 First 
Axford Wm., molder Columbia Foundry, r. 

Treat av bet 22d and 23d 
Axt Ludwig, shoemkr, 936 Howard 
Axtell Walter M., sign painter with Mausell 

& Co., r. 909 Kearny 
Axtell "\Vm., compositor. The Programme, r. 

178 Minna 
Axthelm Herman, wagonmkr with John W. 

Farren, r. 212 Gough 
Axtman Leopold, bakery, 500 Hayes 
Ayala Alphonso, saloon, 1509 J/^ Stockton, r. 

cor Broadway and Montgomery av 
Ayeb S. J., wheelwright with John B. Arfort, 

r. 532 Vallejo 
Ayer Clarence E., milkman, r. 224 Page 
Ayer Joseph Y., carptr and bldr, 2408 Fol 
Ayer P., carptr, r. 309 Ivy 
Ayer P. L., carptr, r. 309 Ivy 
Ayer WuNhingtou, physician, 410 

Kearny, r. 705 Post 
Ayers Alonzo T., glassblower with C. New- 
man <k Co., r. 8 Zoe 
Ayers C, r. Paris House 
Ayers Frederick, saloon, 117 Dupont, r. 278 

Jessie 
Ayers George W., tinsmith with E. Pander, 

r. Carolina bet Mainposa and SanUi Clara 
Ayers Grosveuor P., salesman with Osgood 

& Stetson, r. 334 Ellis 
Ayres Henry, machinist with Wm. Reese, r. 

552 Linden 
Ayers Humphrey, carriage smith, r, 920 Do- 
lores 



Ayers Ira jr., with Geo. F. Bragg tfc Co., r. 

427 Sutter 
Ayers James, lumber, r. 415 Bryant 
Ayers J. C, policeman, r. 68 Silver 
Ayers John, blacksmith with McAfee, Spiers 

&Co. 
Ayers John C, policeman, r. 104 Powell 
Ayers Maria D., widow, r. Carolina bet Mar- 

ijiosa and Santa Clara 
Ayers Mary Miss, tailoress with Wright & 

Harmon, r. 415 Bryant 
Ayers Milo J., r. 1007 Market 
Ayers Robert, machinist, r. Carolina bet 

Mariposa and Santa Clara 
Ayers Wm., calker, r. 12th av bet O and P, 

S. S. F. 
Ayers Wm. H., carpenter, r. Santa Clara nr 

Carolina 
Ayet Cloud, (Chinese) laundry, 4 Potter 
Aylor Edwd., blacksmith, r. 54 First 
Aylward John, machinist Miners' Foundry, 

r. 37 Minna 
Aylward Michael, machinist Miners' Foun- 
dry, r. 37 Minna 
Aymond Kate, domestic, R. R. av nr 15th 

av, S. S. F. 
Ayreud August, buckskin dresser, r. 115 

Twenty-sixth 
Ayres & Hopkins S. M. Co. (Douglas Co. 

Nev.) W. A. M. Van Bokkelen, sec, 320 

Sansome, rm 21 
Ayres Con. S. M. Co. (Douglas Co. Nev,) 

W. A. M. Van Bokkelen sec, 320 San- 
some, rm 21 
Ayres Emma, widow, r. G15 Taylor 
Ayres Harry L., tinsmith with Holbrook, 

Merrill & Co., r. 911 Bush 
Ayres Henry, machinist with Wm. Reese, r. 

552 Lfnden 
Ayres John G.. capitalist, 324 J/, Montgom- 
ery, r. 431 Geary 
Ayres Joshua I., mining, 320 Snnsome, rm 

21, res Oakland 
Aj'res Wm., travelling salesman, r 1303 Bdwy 



Baack Frank H., printer with Jos. Winter- 
burn & Co., r. 1406 Pine 
Baagoe Andrew, dishwasher with Chris 

Brown, r. 648 Fourth 
Baas Chas., brtdr, r. 16^, Harriet 
Baaser Ferdinand, lab, r. 13th av bet N and 

O. S. S. F. 
Babb Chas., reporter Chronicle, r. 17 Third 
Babb Clement E. Rev., editor The Occident, 

508 Clay, r. 75!) Market 
Babbitt D., lab California Mills 
Babbitt Daniel H., r. 442 '4 Clementina 
Babbitt John Henry, teamster Pac. Rolling 
Mills, r. es. Tennessee bet Solano and 
Butte 



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Babcock <t Gould (Goo. Bnbcotk aud Henry 

Gould) pro])rs Oakland City Flour Mills, 
' oflf 326 Davis 
Babcock Bt-njamin E., r. 8 Mason 
Babcock C, carriage trimmer Cariill Mufrg 

Co., r. 110 Taylor 
Babcock Frank, carptr, r. 2017 Polk 
Babcock Geo. (Babcock & Gould) r. Oakland 
Babcock Lewis, carptr, r. 41 Everett 
Babcock Louis G., carptr, r. 138 Fourth 
Babcock Naucy T., widow, r. 'dlSy^ Elm 
Babcock "Wm. (Parrott & Co.) r. 11 Essex 
Babcock Wm. F. jr. (Parrott <fe Co.) r. 11 

Essex 
Babcox Jefferson S., r. 110 Taylor 
Baber Edward, brtdr with Hageman & Haqu- 

ette, r. 83(5 Mission 
Babin L. C, bkpr with Norbert Landry, r. 

311) Union 
Babson Edward jr. (C. L. Taylor & Co.) 

r. Boston 
Babson Frank H., purser str Mare Island 
Babson Seth, architect, 320 California rms 

13-14, r. 2203 Fillmore 
Babtistd John, cook with C. F. Wchn 
Babylon George P., boilermkr with McAfee, 

Spiers & Co., r. 154 Clara 
Baca & Castanos (Pablo Baca aud Bartolo 

Castanos) whol butchers, 5th av nr E. 

R. av, S. S. F., off 535 Clay 
Baca Pablo (Baca & Castanos) r. 8 Buss 
Baccala Louis (Bocken & Baccala) r. 630 Sac 
Baccei Francisco, lab, r. ws. San Bruno 

Road nr County Line 
Baccei T., lab, r. ws. San Bnino Road nr 

County Line 
Bacchus Henry H., bkpr with A. L. Ban- 
croft & Co., r. 10 John 
Baccia Antonio, coffee saloon, 212 Brannan 
Baccia Matthew, waiter with A. Baccia, r. 

212 Brannan 
Bacciagalnpi Louis, expressman, r. 9 Cal- 
houn 
Bacciagalupi Paul, bootblack, 652 Market, 

r. 9 Calhoun 
Bacchus Henry F., bookbinder with Wm. B. 

Cooke & Co., r. 10 John 
Baccus Benj., gasfitter with C. J. Reilley, r. 

442 Greenwich 
Baccus Geo., r. ne. cor Dupt and Greenwich 
Baccus John B., r. 442 Greenwich 
Baccus Richard T., butcher, sw. cor O'Far- 

rell and Mason, r. 528 O'Farrell 
Baccus Roljcrt J., butcher, r. 617 Mission 
Banh AViraham, liquors, r. 108 Sacramento 
Bach Chas., bkpr with F. Schcrr, r. 1583 Fol 
Bach Edmond W., bkpr with Green &. Co., 

r. 1534 Mission 
Bach F., r. 512 Fourth 
Bach Frederick W., bkpr with Kline & Co., 

r. 735 Green 
Bach Henry, porter Lick House 
Bach Herman, salesman, r. 802 Stockton 
Bach Isaac, agt American Laundry Assn, r. 

610 Sutter 



Bach John, ^vine dealer, 321 Montgomery, 

r. 2022 Mission 
Bach Louis, barber with Jacob Jacobs, r. 

1528 Powell 
Bach Maurice, elk, r. Hansa Hotel 
Bach Wni., with Sutter-st R. R., r. cor 

Union and Octavia 
Bachas Bridget, widow, r. 12 Clara 
Bache Herman, elk, r. 802 Stockton 
Bachelder Frank J., salesman American 

Clock Co., r. 1111 Pacitic 
Bachelder Harry E., sashmkr with W. A. 

Meeker, r. ws. Whitney nr Palmer 
Bachelder Horace W., elk with Hall & 
' Charles, r. ws. Whitney nr Palmer 
Bachelder James W., elk with I. Friedlander, 

r. ws. Whitney nr Palmer 
Bachelder John W., atty-at-law, 625 Mer- 
chant, r. 1106 Kearny 
Bachelder Thomas F., atty-at-law, 

622 Claj', rm 3, r. 307 Lombard 
Bachelder Wm., jiorter, r. Austin bet Polk 

aud Van Ness av 
Bachelle Louise, lodgings, 630 Sacramento 
Bachelor Club, Chas. Elliott pres, J. S. Ken- 
nedy sec, 37 Post 
Bacher E. Mme., milliner, 406 Keamy 
Bacher Frank A., r. 406 Kearny 
Bachert August, salesman with B. Nathan & 

Co., r.l30 Sutter 
Baches Michael, photographer, r. cor 

Kearny and Pacific 
Bachfalski Flora, widow, r. 1811 Steiner 
Bachi Galippi, lab Bay View Distillery, r. 

sw. cor 16th av and I, S. S. F. 
Bachignani Antonio, porter with G. Onesti 

& Co., r. Garibaldi House 
Bachman Bros. (Herman S., Nathan S., 
David S., and Leopold S. Bachman) 
imps drygoods, 10-12 Battery 
Bachman Chas., salesman with A. L. Bancroft 

it Co., r. 502 Bush 
Bachman David S. (Bachman Bros.) r. 1107 

Van Noss av. 
Bachman Edward, elk, r. 427 Bush , 
Bachman Edwin, elk ^-ith Bachman Bros. 
Bachman F. (Falkenstein & Co.) r. 319 Tyler 
Bachman Herman, harnessmkr with J. C. 

Johnson i Co., r. Berkeley 
Bachman Herman S. (Bachman Bros.) r. 

New York 
Bachman Leopold S. (Bachman Bros.) r. 

619 Leavenworth 
Bachman Nathan S. (Bachman Bros.) r. 

1109 Van Ness av 
Bachman Simon (Esberg, Bachman & Co.) 

r. 1004 Van Ness av 
Bachman U., pantryman Lick House 
Bachmann Ernest, elk with Henry Balzer & 

Co., r. Oakland 
Bachmann Jacob, locksmith and machinist, 

758 Clay 
Bacigalupi A. L. Sc Co. (.^.ntonio L. Baciga- 
lupi and Slefano Casassa) fruits and 
vegetables, 507 Washington 



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Bacigalupi Antonio L. (A. L. Biicigaluin & 
Co.) r. us. Vullejo bet Mont and Kearny 

Bacigalupi Giuseppi, woodcarver Enterprise 
Mills, r. 1805 Mason 

Bacigalupi Giovanni, shoes, 1404 Dupont 

Bacigahipi John, bowling alley, G21 Broad- 
way, r. 1117^4 Kearny 

Bacigalupi Joseph, woodcarver.r. 1805 Mason 

Bacigalupi Louis, saloon, 1402 Dupont, r. 
512 Green 

Bacigalupi Peter, elk with David A. Jen- 
nings, r. 1805 Mason 

Bacigalupo G., r. 524 Filbert 

Bacigalupo James, refiner U. S. Mint, r. 524 
Filbert 

Bacigalupo T. D., saloon, 1419 Dupont 

Backer Geo., brewer Philadelphia Brew- 
ery, r. 232 Second 

Backer Geo., carptr, r. Heinz Hotel 

Backer Jos. (D. Barry k Co.) r. 1207 Mis 

Backer Max, bedmkr with Voss & Fruhling, 
r. 609 Jackson 

Backes Frank, miner, r. Continental Hotel 

Backes T., miner, r. Continental Hotel 

Backhaus Chas., master mariner, r. 220 
Francisco 

Backman F., elk str Orizaba 

Backmau llobert, boatman, r. Long Bridge 

Backitt Wm., lab, r. ss. Shasta bet Georgia 
and Michigan 

Backstein Frank, miner, r. Heinz Hotel 

Backus Frank A., mcht, r. 406 Kearny 

Backus Jerome, r. 1434 California 

Backus L., miner, r. 3 Hardie pi 

Backus Peter, seaman, r. se. cor Filbert and 
Battery 

Backus Samuel W., mcht, off 44 Market, r. 
723 Grove 

Bacon & Co« (Jacob Bacon and Jas. E. 
Ager) book and job printers, 508 Clay 

Bacon A. A. Mrs., teacher Market and 
Seventh-st Primary School, r. 911 Polk 

Bacon A. P., mining, 10 Thurlow blk, r. Oc- 
cidental Hotel 

Bacon Chas., brtdr Bon Ton Saloon, r. 508 
Green 

Bacon Chas. R., supt Cal. Watch Co., r. 709 
Taylor 

Bacon E. T., mining, 10 Thurlow blk, r. 
Occidental Hotel 

Bacon F. W., cashier State Investment Ina. 
Co., r. 1120 Washington 

Bacon Gaston E. (Abramson & Bacon) r.»5 
Quincy pi 

Bacon Geo. A., policeman, r. 736% Clem 

Bacon Geo. H., asst supt N. B. and M. R. 
R., r. 302 Fourth 

Bacon H. D., real estate, 305 Sansome, r. 
Oakland 

Bacon Henry J., messenger Bank of San 
Francisco, r. 18% Russ 

Bacon Horace, dpty U. S. Marshal, r. 1145 
Mission 

Bacon lone, adjuster U. S. Mint 

Bacon Jacob (Bacon & Co.) r. 412 Taylor 



Bacon James, machinist Miners' Foundry, 

r. 78 Natoma 
Bacon J. B., saloon, Morton House, r. ns. 

18th bet Valencia and Stevenson 
Bacon John, seaman, r. 023 Davis 
Bacon John P., bkpr with E. E. Eyre, r. 

Palace Hotel 
Bacon Joseph H., elk Bank of San Francis- 
co, r. 18% Russ 
Bacon Joseph S., com mcht and agt Boston 

Underwriters, 405 Front, r. 711 Post 
Bacon L., broker, r. 2204 Pine 
Bacon L. E., widow, r.,18% Russ 
Bacon Maria Mrs., seamstress, r. 016 Jones 
Bacon Martin (Randolph, Mackintosh & 

Co.) r. 2204 Pine 
Bacon Mary Mrs., furnished rooms, Quincy pi 
Bacon M. S., operator W. U. Tel. Co., r.430 

Post 
Bacon Pryan B. (Cunningham & Co.) r. 730 

Sixteenth 
Bacon Wm., hostler 0. R. R., r. 258 Clem 
Bacquie Henry, wines and liquors nw. cor 

Stockton, r. 1310 Stockton 
Bacton S. M., 500 Montgomery 
Bacue John P., bkpr, r. Palace Hotel 
Bacus Frederick Wm. Benj., gaslitter, r. 515 

Stockton 
Badaracco Antonio, wood and coal, 1516 

Stockton, r. Graham pi 
Badaracco Davide boot black, Montgomery 

bet Bush and Pine, r. 2 Taylor pi 
Bade Addie, domestic, 315 Franklin 
Bademann Hermann, tanner, r. 625 Pacific 
Bader A. (M. Gradwohl & Co.) 60 Wash- 
ington Market 
Bader John, collector, r. 535 J^ Minna, rear 
Bader Albert, butcher with Gradwohl & Co., 

r. Merchant 
Bader Henry F., compositor Daily Stock Ex- 
change, r. 15 Powell 
Badger A. J., bellman Palace Hotel 
Badger Alexander, waiter, r. 747 Howard 
Badger Hill and Cherokee Gravel M. Co. 
(Nevada Co. Cal.) H. Pichoir sec, 10 
California 
Badger James, expressman, se. cor Market 

and Fifth, r. 33% Langton 
Badger John, shoemaker, r. 23 Valencia 
Badger Thos., Pilot Commissioner, 34 Mer- 
chants' Exchange 
Badger Thos. W., propr Badger's Park, oflf 

ne. cor Bush and Kearny 
Badger Wm. G., agt Hallett, Davis & Cos., 
pianos, and Geo. Wood it Cos., organs, 
and imp clothing and furnishing goods, 
agt Brownville Woolen Mill Co.. Ore- 
gon, 13 Sansome, r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Badger Wm. K., salesman with I. M. Went- 

worth & Co., r. 803 Tyler 
Badgley E. F., salesman with A. Andrews, r. 

Russ House 
Badgley Wm., tailor with A. C. Imbrie 
Badlam Alexander, jr., city and county 
assessor. City Hall, r. 708 California 



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Badlam Alexander, r. 926 Clay 

Badlam Ezra B., dpty assessor, r. 1203 

Taylor 
Badouii August, pattermnkr Pac. Foundiy, 

r. 328 Main 
Badt Alex. L., bkpr with P. Berwin & Bro., 

r 1305 Gough 
Badt Morris, merchant (Wells, Xev.) off 

106 Battery 
Baebler Fred, machinist S. F. Piouei?r AVool- 

en Factory, r. us. North Pt. nr Larkin 
Baecker Henry, seaman str Montana 
Baecker Louis, r 124% Welsh 
Baehr Henry, jeweler with Wm. Baehr, r. 

1721 Sacramento 
Baehr Joliu 91., wine and beer saloon, 

•114 Sansome, r, 5 Hartman al 
Baehr Wm., mnfg jeweler, 649 Sacramento, 

r. 1721 Sacramento 
Baehr — , r. 213 Dupont 
Baer Emil (A. Lepinay & Co.) r. 417 Bush 
Baer Isaac, money broker, 752 Market, r. 

511 Stevenson 
Baettge <fe Atzeroth (Peter Baettge and Fred- 
erick Atzeroth) proprs Nevada boarding 

and sale stable, 110 Washington 
Baettge Peter (Baettge & Atzeroth) r. 110 

Washington 
Bagan — , with L. S. Allen & Co. 
Bagdley — , tailor, r. 6 Clara lane 
Bagestream Geo., printer, r. 208% Seventh 
Bagge Theodore F. (C. James King of Wm. 

&Co.)r. Oakland 
Bagge Wm., collector with C. James King of 

Wm. & Co., res 321% Austin 
Bagini S., teamster, r. San Jos^ Road nr 

Islais Creek 
Baggs Frank, machinist Pac. Rolling Mills 
Bagley A. D., widow, r 7 Glen Park av 
Bagley Chas. O., sawmkr with Randolph Saw 

Co., r. Oakland 
Bagley David T., mining sec, res 38 Twelfth 
Bagley Jeremiah, coachman, r. 412 Shiplej* 
Bagley John W., atty-at-law, r. 538 Six- 
teenth 
Bagley Townseud, attv-at-law, 622 Clav, rm 

3, r 45 Everett. 
Bagley Wm. N., engineer, r. 533 Steven>:ou 
Bagley Wm. P., plasterer, res 536 Natoma 
Bagley — , crackers, res 327 Ftfth 
Bagliu John, r. 350 Jessie 
Bagman Jacob, dairyman, us. Filbert bet 

Pierce and Steiner 
Bagmann — , shoemaker, res 25 Morton 
Bagnasco Policarpo, photographer, r. 1337 

Dupont, rear 
Bagnell John, teacher Lincoln Grammar 

School, r. 356 Jessie 
Bagot Frederick, com agt, 426 Montgomery 
Baheman Felix, with C. Falkenstein, r. 019 

Tyler 
Bahes Andrew, r. 814 Vallejo 
Bahl Henry H., tailor, r. 1918 Buchanan 
Bahle Anton, carptr, r. 26 Folsom av 



Bahlmann Henry, elk, Philadelphia Brewery, 

r. 2231 Howard 
Bahls J. F. W. (Althof & Bahls) r. Oakland 
Bahmar Charlotte, widow, r. 702 Brannan 
Bahn Solomon, tailor with A. Marks, r. 224 

Jessie 
Bahns Richard, musician, r. 1036 Market 
Bahnson Wm. J., waiter Palace Hotel 
Bahr Gottlieb, music teacher, r. 1415 Mason 
Bahr Wm. A., boots and shoes, 116 Sixth 
Bahrenfuss Heniy, carptr, r. 505 Filbert, 

rear 
Bahrenfuss Wm., brtdr with C. Seipel, r. 

■ 505 Filbert 
Bahrs John, drayman with Moulton & Lo- 
gan, r. 1216 Pacific 
Bahrt Martin (Mangoin & Bahrt) r. 1701 

Market 
Baier Ludwig, locksmith, r. Sickles nr Old 

San Jose Road 
Bail Paul, tailor with Frank Elwell, r. 333 

Tehama 
Bailess Margaret, r. 24 Verona 
Bailey <fe Co. (James Bailey) forest tree cul- 

tnrists, 20 California 
Bailey & McLaue (Geo. Bailey and Wm. 

McLane) proprs Rail Road Lodging 

House, 533 Commercial 
Bailey A. A. S., shipwright, r. 804 Third 
Bailey Ann, ^Nidow, r. 25 DeBoom 
Bailey Augustus, brtdr, r. 1002 Montgomery 
Bailey Byrou, carptr, r. 166 Tehama 
Bailey Chas. bkpr, r. Overland House 
Bailey Chas., with P. 0., r. 315 Lombard 
Bailej' Chas. A., carptr Enterprise Mills, r. 

327% Third 
Bailey Chas. A., sec Standard Soap Co., 204 

Sacramento, r. Oakland 
Bailey Chas. L., salesman with Church & 

Co., r. Russ House 
Bailey Con. G. it S. M. Co. (Storey Co. 

Nev.)John F. Stii-ling sec, 330 Pine, rms 

28-30 
Bailey Edward, driver Sutter-st. R. R. 

r. 1413 Polk 
Bailev Edwin F., driver Sutter-st. R, R. 

Y. 1413 Polk 
Bailey Elizabeth E., r. 1212 Tweuty-tirst 
Bailey Frank F., r. 1005% Mission 
Bailey Frederick, caviiagc painter, r. 708 Com 
Bailey Frederick S., painter with Gillman & 

Mellon, r. 629 California 
Bailey Geo. (Bailey & McLane) r. 531 Com 
Bailey Geo., lab, r. 6 AVhite 
Bf^iley Geo. A., machinist, r. 513 Folsom 
Bailey Geo. B., conductor S. P. R. R. r. 

335 Geary 
Bailey George H., machinist Risdon Iron 

and Locomotive Wks., r. 597 Ellis 
Bailey Geo. W., lab with Chas. Sutton, r. 

325 Tweuty-second 
Bailey Henry, painter and glazier with John 

Brewster, r. Greenwich bet Powell and 

Stockton 
Bailey Henry, wood and coal, 138 O'Farrel 



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Bailey Isaac L., caniagemkr, r. 911 Har 
Bailey James (Bailey &, Co.) r. E. Oakland 
Bailey James, firemau P. M. S. S. Co., r. 25 

DeBoom 
Bailey James, lab, r. Francisco nr Jones 
Bailey James, with Schneider Shooting Gal- 

■ lery, r. 1218 Green 
Bailey James D., general agt Union Ins. Co., 

416 California, r. 597 Ellis 
Bailey James S., lab, r. 153 Dora 
Bailey James, mariner, r. 5 Broadway 
Bailey John, painter with Thos. Downing 
Bailey Joseph, waiter, r. 327 East 
Bailey Joseph C, mcht, 202 Sacramento, r. 

Oakland 
Bailey Joseph H., crockery, hardware and 

stationery, 1513 Stockton, r. 830 Union 
Bailey Lewis H., r. sw. cor Santa Clara and 

Utah 
Bailey li. H. jr., machinist, 215 First, 

r. 317 Eddy 
Bailey Nathan J. (Brown & Bailey) r. 502 

Third 
Bailey O. E., janitor Mechanics' Library, r. 

27 Post 
Bailey Orrin. upholsterer with J.W. Burnham 

& Co., r. 1423 Kearny 
Bailey Patrick, junk dealer, r. 719 Brannan 
Bailey Patrick James, waiter Cosmopolitan 

Hotel, r. ns. Nevada nr Pennsylvania av 
Bailey Richard, waiter, r. 6G5 Mission 
Bailey R. S., bar stmr Alameda, r. Oakland 
Bailey S. (Wentworth tt Co.) r. es. Treat 

av bet 20th and 21st 
Bailey Samuel, harnessmkr, r. 504 Davis 
Bailey Samuel, plumber, r. 600 Ivy 
Bailey Sarah M., widow, furnished rooms, 

757 Howard 
Bailey Thos. & Co. (Thos. Bailey and Wni. 

Wm. P. Pyne) proprs Pacific "Wool 

Depot, se. cor Fifth and King 
Bailey Thos. (Thos Baiky & Co.) r. 224 

Fourth 
Bailey Thos., longshoreman, r. 31 De Boom 
Bailey Wm., cook Brunswick House , 
Bailey Wm., whitener, 662 Mission, r. Po- 

trero 
Bailey Wm. Henry, painter, r. 612 Greenwich 
Bailey Wm. I., porter with Thomas W. Mc- 

Collani & Co., r. Oakland 
Baillergou Anthony, carptr, v. 397 Eighth 
Baillia Emily P., widow, r. 918 Bush 
Bailly Achille (Bailly Bros.) r. 514 Filbert 
Bailly Arthur (Bailly Bros.) r. 514 Filbert 
Bailly Bros. (Arthur and Achillo Bailly) 

ham, bacon and sausage, 71 Cal. Market 
Bailly Julius, butcher with Bailly Bros., r. 

514 Filbert 
Bailly Leon, engineer with Moi-ris & Darl- 
ing, r. 514 Filbert 
Baillv Louis, salesman, r. 033 Kearuv 
Baily A. H. jr., carptr, r. 309 Fell 
Baily A. J., r. 127 Kearny 
Baily David,- carpti-. r. 309 Fell 



Baily E. Franklin, clerk with Wm. J. Baily, 
r. 54 First 

Baily Howard A., carptr, r. 309 Fell 

Baily James, lab Risdon Iron and Locomo- 
tive Wks, r. 153 Laugton 

Baily John, waiter Palace Hotel 

Baily L. W., plasterer, r. 54 First 

Baily Richard, waiter Palace Hotel 

Baily Washington I., plasterer and contrac- 
tor, r. 54 First 

Baily Wm. J., propr Isthmus Hoiise, 54 First 

Bain James, extraman Hose No. 6, S. F. Fire 
Dept, r. 1002 McAllister 

Bain James, machinist Risdon Iron and Lo- 
comotive Wks, r. 668 Harrison 

Bain James, tinsmith with Osgood <fe Stet- 
son, r. 229 Minna 

Bain James S. , engineer with Jonathan Kit- 
tridge, r. 1004 McAllister 

Bain John, r. 31 Perry 

Bainbridge Arnop, policeman, r. 1414 Kear 

Bainbridge Peter, com agt, ofi' with Lach- 
man & Jacobi, r. 733 Market 

Baine KateM., press room U. S, Mint, r. 106 
Post 

Baine M., adjuster U. S. Mint, r. 106 Post 

Baird A. M., teamster, r. 1307 Fillmore 

Baird Andrew, stockbroker, 304 California, 
r. Brooklyn 

Baird Azariah M., conductor, r. 504 Sixth 

Baird Chas., farmer, r. 153 Third 

Baird Chas., with S. P. R. R., r. 627 Third 

Baird Edward K., shipping elk with W. W. 
Montague it Co., r. IIU Sixth 

Baird Jas., M., compositor with C. A. Mur- 
dock <fe Co., r. 1224 Broadway 

Baird John H., pres. Cal. Powder Wks, 314 
California, r. Palace Hotel 

Bairling John, machinist, r. 6 Oak Grove av 

Bak Henri, physician, 26 Montgomery, r. 
593 Ellis 

Baker & Hamilton (Livingston L. Baker and 
Robert M. Hamilton) mnfrs and imps 
hardware and agricultural implements, 
13-19 Front 

Baker it James (Osborne F. Baker and 
Richard James) wines and lifjuors, 825 
Montgomery 

Baker & Smith (Isaac M. Balcev and Philip 
C. Smith) groceries, nw. cor Mason and 
Eddv 

Baker Abby, r. 423 O'Farrell 

Baker Adam, driver with R. 11. Swain & Co., 
r. 115 Natoma 

B.oker Albert, lab, r. 429 Chestnut 

Baker Alfred D.. porter with Gjirn-tt it Bftrt- 
lett, r. 1307 Stm-kton 

Baker Alfred G.. (hayman, r. 420 Larkin 

Baker Alfred W., ' abstract elk Custom 
House, r. 742 Washington 

Baker .Andrew F., elk with A. Roman 4 Co., 
r. 327 First 

Baker Arthur S., elk with Philo D. Browni, 
r. se. cor 25th and Valencia 

Baker August, cabinetmkr, r. 246 Minna 



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Baker B. F. (W. C. Wilcox & Co.) r. 

Alameda 
Baker Carmen, widow, r. 430 Green 
Baker C. H., lab Pac. Iron Wks, r. German 

Hotel 
Baker C. H., tinsmith with Schuster Bros., 

r. 317 Bush 
Baker Chas., cooper, r. 513 Vallejo 
Baker Chas., porter, r. Brunswick House 
Baker Chas., waiter N. Y. Bakery, r. 46 Ev- 
erett 
Baker Chas. E., shipping elk with Haas 

Bros., r. 20 Park av 
Baker Chas. G., lab with Samuel Tetlow, r. 

Clifl" House 
Baker Chas. L., with Deming, Palmer & 
Co., r. Vallejo bet Fillmore and Stciner 
Baker Chauncey, mining amalgamator, r. se. 

cor Mariposa and Minnesota 
Baker Christian, gardener with Chas. Good- 
all, se. cor McAllister and Pierce 
Baker Conrad, assayer Pac. Eef . and Bullion 

Ex., r. Oakland 
Baker David, boots and shoes, 719 Market 
Baker Edward P. Rev., pastor Third Con- 
gregational Church, r. 1909 Jessie 
Baker E. J., drayman, r. 22 Oak Grove av 
Baker Emma, widow, ladies nurse, r. 1118^ 

Folsom 
Baker Eugene F. (Sharkey & Baker) r. cor 

California and Davis 
Baker Frank, saddler with Main <fe Winches- 
ter, r. 108 Virginia 
Baker Frank, shoecutter with Buckingham 

& Hecht, r. 519 Hayes 
Baker Fred., sawyer with A. Haas & Co., r. 

se. cor Howard and 16th 
Baker Geo., brtdr with J. E. Green, r. 

309 Third 
Baker Geo., molder Risdon Iron and Lo- 
comotive Wks, r. 735 Folsom 
Baker Geo., painter C. P. R. R., r. 773 

Folsom 
Baker Geo., waiter, Palace Hotel 
Baker Geo. F., atty-at-law, 502 Montgomery, 

rms 1-2 
Baker Geo. F., r. 1212 Powell 
Baker Geo. H., lithographer, 103 Mont- 
gomery, r. 503 Third 
Baker Geo. H,, painter, r. Ocean Side House 
Baker Geo. L., melter Pac. Ref. and Bul- 
lion Ex., r. 14 Downey 
Baker Geo. W., pedlar, r. 611 Natoma 
Baker Harry C, elk, r. 1006 Sutter 
Baker H. B., transfer elk U. S. Mint 
Baker Henry, r. 27 Oak Grove av 
Baker Henry, miner, r. ne. cor Jackson and 

Drumm 
Baker Henry L., brickmkr, r. 309 Capp 
Baker H. F., searcher of records, r. 812 Stock 
Baker Horace, stockbroker, r. 325^ Bush 
Baker Howard, carptr, r. 616 Harrison 
Baker I., produce dealer, r. 627 California 
Baker Isaac, farmer, r. es. Old San Jos^ 
Road nr Ocean House Road 



Baker Isaac M. (Baker & Smith) r. 20 Te- 
hama 
Baker Isaiah (Freeman & Baker) r. 627 Cal 
Baker James W., bkpr with Edgerton & Co., 

r. 417 Mason 
Bacon James, seaman, r. 104 Steuart 
Baker J. Harry, asst supt Boys' and Girls' 

Aid Society, r. 68 Clementina 
Baker John, engineer's storekpr Btr Gaelic 
Baker John, r. 518 Pacific 
Baker John, lab, r. United States Hotel 
Baker John, master mariner, r. 40 Jackson 
Baker John, watchman, r. 408 Bryant 
Baker John B., stockbroker, r. 1626 Sac 
Baker John E., r. Paris Hoiise 
Baker John H., lab, r. 951 Bryant 
Baker John H., master schr Witch of the Bay, 

r. ns. Jackson bet Drumm and Davis 
Baker Jonathan, master ship Germania 
Baker Jos. (D. Barry & Co.) r. 1207 Mission 
Baker Joseph, sawyer Pac. Box Factory, r. 

434 Hickory 
Baker Joseph H., captain Harbor Police, off 

es. Davis nr Jackson, r. 1306 Kearny 
Baker Judah jr. (Stevens, Baker & Co.) r. 

327 First 
Baker L. A., widow, r. 1090 Union 
Baker Levy K., bricklayer, r. 7 Bonita 
Baker Louis F., prod com, 113 Washington, 

r. Vallejo bet Fillmore and Steiner 
Baker Livingston L. (Baker & Hamilton) r. 

1227 Pine 
Baker Louis, tel operator, r. 16^ Hunt 
Baker Loxiis F. jr., bkpr with Lowry & Co., 

r. ns. Vallejo nr Fillmore 
Baker Marian, domestic, 101 1 Pine 
Baker Mary, domestic, 2510 Sacramento 
Baker Mary Ann, widow, r. 1618 Stock, rear 
Baker Mary F., widow. lodgiugs,413 Tehama 
Baker Maurice M., policeman, r. 113 

Eleventh 
Baker Max, brtdr, r. 609 Jackson 
Baker Mollie E., artist, r. 503 Fell 
Baker Nellie Miss, paperboxmkrwith Wempe 

Bros., r. 413 Tehama 
Baker O. S., atty-at-law, 526 Montgomery 
Baker Osborne F. (Baker & James) r. 509 

Broadway 
Baker Patrick, lab, r. 510 Mission 
Baker Robert, coachman, 1011 Pine 
Baker Robert B., machinist Union Iron Wks, 

r. 1122 Broadway 
Baker Rush D., freight elk C, P. R. R., 

Market-st. Wharf, r. Oakland 
Baker S., salesman with Gibson & Preston, 

r. 1208% Turk 
Baker Samuel (Bralich & Baker) r. 919 

Clay 
Baker Samuel, bkpr with Stevens Baker & 

Co. (and Nickerson & Co.) r. 16 Guy pi 
Baker Samuel, salesman with A. Andrews, 

r. 303 Eddy 
Baker Samuel B., toys and fancy goods, 238 

Sixth, r. 944 Howard 
Baker Samuel D., teacher, r. 359 Minna 



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Baker Sauford C, compositor with Bacon & 

Co., r. 17 Langton 
Baker Schuvler, porter with Geo. W. Ches- 

ley & Co., r. 2503 California 
Baker Thos., brtdr with Emil MuUer, nw. 

cor Mason and O'Farrell 
Baker W. A., jmperhanger, r. 1003 Dupont 
Baker Wm,, carptr, r. Hansa Hotel 
Baker Wm., dishwasher with A, Matulick, 

1004 Market 
Baker Wm., seaman ship City of Delhi 
Baker Wm., r. 217 Broadway 
Baker Wm. G., sash and blindmkr, r. 413 

Tehama 
Baker Wm. H., student Heald's Business 

College, r. cor Sacramento and Davis 
Baker Wm. J., capitalist, r. 20 Page 
Baker Wm. T., brtdr with James H. Stod- 
dard, r. 1 Commercial 
Baker W. J., painter with Thos. Downing, 

r. 510 Howard 
Baker -^, widow, seamstress, r. 11 Caroline 
Baker — , lab with Risdon & Tower 
Baker — , machinist Union Iron Wks 
Bakercich Simeon, saloon, r. cor Pacific 

and Davis 
Bakker Reyer E., boarding, lodgings and 

restaurant, 104 Steuart 
Bakman Frederick, driver Pac. Ice Co., r. 

1217 Kearny 
Bakoffski Carl, lab Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 

Bryant nr Eighth 
Bakofskp Chas., lab, r. 11 Kate 
Balatti Peter, vegetable dealer, r. 4 Bur- 

goyne pi 
Balbino Chas., seaman, r. 5 Broadway 
Balbino Mary, r. 438 Broadway 
Balcear — Mme., hair doctress, 532 Bush 
Balcer Henry, upholsterer, r. se. cor 2l8t and 

R. R. avs, S. S. F. 
Balch Alfred, editor Figaro, r. 320 Jessie 
Balch Daniel W., assayer, r. 612 Van Ness 
Balch F. K., storekeeper P. M. S. S. Co. 
Balch H. M., repairer musical instruments, 

432 Kearny, r. 614 Taylor 
Balch S., r. 626 Capp 
Balcom Carl, bkpr, r. 2205 Pine 
Bald Hermann, real estate, r. 503 Union 
Baldassone Giovanni, lab with D. Ghirar- 

delli, r. Roma Hotel 
Balden Geo., seaman P. M. S. S. Co., r. 

Jackson bet Davis and Battery 
Baldez Juan, cigarmkr with J. Perazzo, 1421 

Dupont 
Baldheimer John, dishwasher with J. J. 

Heinz, r. Heinz Hotel 
Baldridge John, clerk, r. 1812 Pine 
Baldridge John E., stock broker, 314 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1812 Pino 
Baldridge Michael, stock broker, 314 

Montgomery rm 10, r. 1812 Pine 
Baldwin Addison S. (Pebbles Sc Baldwin) r. 

607 P.)lk 
Baldwin .\lbert S., physician, 218 
Stockton, r. 53U (ii-ary 



Baldwin Alexander R., capitalist, 111% 

LeidesdorS', r. sw. cor Union and Pierce 
Baldwin Arthur L., brtdr, r. cor Ho ward and 

Second 
Baldwin A. W., foreman with Porter, Op- 

penheimer A Slessinger, r. 418 Minna 
Baldwin C. H. (C. Adolphe Low & Co.) r. 

New York 
Baldwin Chas. F., conductor MaA:«t-st R. 

R., r. 515 Stockton 
Baldwin Chas. H. (W. W. Montague & Co.) 

r. New York 
Baldwin Chas. H., wine dealer, r. 311 

Twenty-sixth 
Baldwin Chas. M., conductor Sutter-st R. R. 
Baldwin Chas. M., policeman, r. cor Third 

and King 
Baldwin C. S., stairbuilder with. 8jj|liborn & 

Byrnes, r. 547 Mission 
Baldwin C. W., policeman, r. 5^4 Sixth 
Baldwin E. J., capitalist. 513 Califor-^ — 

nia, r. The Baldwin 
Baldwin Elihu F., real estfkyagt, r. 107 Hayes 
Baldwin Fred A., sale^JM|r with B. L. Solo- 
mon & Sons ^^ 
Baldwin Geo. E., mai^ifearrier P. 0., r. 121 

Page 
Baldwin Henry, forfman with Theodore B. 

Ross, 1907 Market 
Baldwin Henry G., conductor, r. 2iy, Mary 
Baldwin Hiram S., physician, 612 Clay, r. 

925 Geary 
Baldwin J., carptr, 1 Noble pi 
Baldwin James, carptr, r. Ill Geary 
Baldwin James, seaman bark Comorin 
Baldwin James L. (Buckner & Baldwin) r. 

1011 Geary 
Baldwin Jas. T.. driver LaGrande Laundry 
Baldwin James W., carptr Public Sohool 

Dept, T.2l],i Mary 
Baldwin Samuel, conductor N. B. and M. R. 

R. r. 313 Fourth 
Baldwin Lloyd, atty-at-law. 606 Mont- 
gomery rms 17-18, r. 916 Hyde 
Baldwin M. M., real estate, r. 502 Powell 
Baldwin N. S. Miss, teacher Union Grammar 

School, r. 1409 Bush 
Baldwin Orville D. propr Baldwin's Restau- 
rant, 519 Clay, r. 6 Hopeten Terrace 
Baldwin Rosauna, widow r. 8 Thirteenth av, 

S. S. F. 
Baldwin W., traveling agt, r. 812 Kearny 
Baldwin Wm. H., r. 503 Third 
Baldwin — , foreman with Hancock & Kelso 
Baldwin — , r. 547 Mission 
Baldwin's Academy of Music. Thomas Ma- 

guire propr, ws. Market bet Stockton 

and Powell 
Baldwiu's Restaurant, O. D. Baldwin propr, 

519 Clay 
Balemau W., dairi-man, r. 906 Market 
Balend John, lab, S. F. Grading Co. Long 

Bridge 
Bales Joshua C, carptr, r. 4 Hardio pi 



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Baley Chas. H., saloon, 877 Market, r. 502 

Mason 
Baley Henry, lab, r. 1013 Howard 
Baley Lottie, widow, dressmkr, r. 551 Stov 
Balfe M. J., brtdr Laurel Palace Saloon, r. 

Occidental Hotel 
Balfour, Guthrie it Co.(KoliGrt Balfour, Alex- 
ander Guthrie and Kobert B. Foreman) 
insui-ance n<its and com mchts, 230 Gal 
Balfour Lizzie, widow, r. 10 Hampton pi 
Balfour -Robert (Balfour, Guthrie & Co.) r. 

1418 California 
Balfrey John, janitor Industrial School 
Balfrey John, shoomkr, r. 32 Jessie 
Baliss Harry, hostler with Wm. Levy, r. 737 

Folsom 
Balk Amelia, lashmkr with Main & Win- 
chester, r. 6 Filbert 
Balk Fred., seaman, r. 1505 Dupont 
Balk Stephen, lab, r. 1315 Filbert 
Balk Stephen S. jr., elk with A. C. Robison, 

r. 2U13 Hyde 
Balkam John, carptr, r. cor Fillmoie and 

Turk 
Balke Wm., propr Telegraph House, sw. cor 

Battery and Green 
Balke Wm., grocer, r. 415 Brannan 
Ball & Julian (Gardner Ball and Geo. N. 
Julian) ijroprs Occidental Wool Depot, 
Townsend bet Fifth and Sixth 
Ball A. E. (Sawyer A- Ball) utty-at-law, 502 

•Montgomery, rms 3-5, r. Alameda 
Ball Chas., carptr, r. 2840 Mission 
Ball Chas. S., harnessmkr, r. 1030 McAllister 
Ball Elizabeth, widow, r. ne. cor Mississippi 

and Mariposa 
Ball Francis Harrison, carptr, r. 568 Mission 
Ball Francis J., whitener, r. 1850 Stevenson 
Ball Frank H., entry elk with Crane & 

Brigham, r. 617 Stevenson 
Ball Frederick, porter, r. 1105 Clay 
Ball Gardner (Ball & Julian) r. Lick House 
Ball Geo., r. 502 Powell 
Ball Geo., himbernian, r. 132 Steuart 
Ball Geo. A., bkpr with Adams '& Taylor, r. 

502 Powell 
Ball H. W., with auditor M. P. and M. Dept 

C. P. R. R., r. West Oakland 
Ball Jessie, widow, r. 133 Page 
Ball Joel, broker, r. 1210 Union 
Ball John B., carptr, r. 32 Rousch 
Ball John C, cashier with Haggin & Tevis, 

r. Lick House 
Ball John S., machinist, r. 1030 McAllister 
Ball M. S. Mrs., retoucher, 155 New Mont 
Ball Wm., stockbroker, r. 112 Mason 
Ball Wm., match mufry, se. cor Tenth and 

Mission 
Ball W. T., waiter, r. 94 Montgomery blk 
Balls' Dredging Co., Ed. J. Smith sec, 2-3 

Montgomery blk 
Ballaglia Lni, vegetables, 73 Colombo Mrkt 
Ballanceberger Elizabeth, widow, r. 10 Au- 
burn 



Ballard & Hall (Duane Ballard and Isaac R. 

Hall) wool, grain, flour and com mchts, 

320 Sansome, rm 3 
Ballard Duane (Ballard & Hall) r. 1416 

Geary 
Ballard G., sign painter with Wason & 

Morris 
Ballard Geo., gilder, r. 31 Everett 
Ballard Geo., tinsmith, 215 Second, r.Branch 

House 
Ballard John (W. H. Jlartin & Co. and J. 

M. Loller & Co.) r. 2422 Mission 
Ballard Joseph, elk Custom House, r. 708 

Sutter 
Ballard L.aura A., \ndow, homoeo- 
pathic physician, oft' and r. 26 Ellis 
Ballenberg Nathan, musician, r. 711 Cali- 
fornia 
Ballentiue Geo., machinist, r. 431^^ Steven- 
son, rear 
Ballentyue Howard H., contractor, r. 1208 

Howard 
Balletto Giovanni, merchant, r. Roma Hotel 
Bailey Edward J., elk with Forbes Bros., r. 

700 Broadway 
Ballhaus Fred, mining, r. 2209 Leavenworth. 
Ballheimer & Thiele (Chas. Ballheimer and 

Adolph Thile) groceries, crockery, etc, 

se. cor Grove and Buchanan 
Ballheimer Chas. (Ballheimer & Thiele) r.. 

se. cor Grove and Buchanan 
Ballheimer Chas., stock keeper -with Levi 

Strauss & Co. 
Ballheimer John M., cook, r. ^5d% Tehama 
Balling F. A., stair builder, r. 547 Mission 
Ballinger Frank J., journalist, Chronicle, r. 

114 Twelfth 
Ballinger John J., paints, oils and 

glass, ne. cor Market and Tan Ness 
Ballinger N., longshoreman, r. Union bet 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Ballinger Patrick R., keeper Sheriff's office 

r. 17 Gilbert 
Ballinger Wm., elk ■n-ith E. F. Clark, r. 

Branch Hoiise 
Ballinger Wm. G., conductor Clay-st R. R., 

r. 31 Pleasant 
Ballion August, carptr with P. Guerin & 

Co., r. 21 Valparaiso 
Ballman Robert, spinner with S. F. Cordage 

Factory, r. ws. Tennessee nr Sierra 
Ballock Alfred, biitcher, 309 Bay 
Ballott Geo. carptr, r. 738 Minna 
Ballou Edwin, with Sanborn, Vail & Co., 

r. 134 Fourth 
Ballou Geo., r. 1509 Post 
Balmer A. L., carptr California Mills, r. 611 

Stockton 
Balnv A. J., imp and mnfr ostrich and 

fancy feathers, 608 Market, r. 907 Bu- 
chanan 
ISalouu Joseph li., merchant tailor, 

613 Washington, r. 2119 Jones 
Balore Joseph, expressman, r. 20 Merchant 
Balridge Michael, salesman, r. 528 Pine 



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Baleer John, iron shiitteruikr with Frauds 
Smith & Co., r. 518 Howara 

Balsh H. M., musician, r. 432 Kearny 

Balshaw Wm. H., elk Cliff House 

Balthazar Oertli, carver with Warren & Mc- 
Kennie, r. 720 Branuau 

Balthrop Louis "W., carptr, r. ne. cor 24th 
and Utah 

Baltic Con. M. Co. (Gold Hill.Nev.) Joseph 
Maguire sec, 419 California, rm 2G 

Baltimore Consolidated M. Co. (Storey Co. 
Nev.) C. A. Sankey sec, 20 Steven- 
son's bldg 

Baltimore Dairy, Jas. Monaghan propr, sc. 
cor Kandolf and Vernon 

Baltimore Robert, seaman, r. 20 Folsom 

Baltzer Fred., with Albert Hahnemann, r. 
317 Fifth 

Balz Adolph (L. Balz & Co.) r. es. San Bru- 
no Road bet 26th and 27th 

Balz Louis (L. Balz & Co.) r. es. San Bru- 
no Road bet 26th and 27th 

Balz L. & Co. (Louis and Adolph Balz, 
Chas. Finkeldey and Louis Humel) tan- 
ners, es. San Bruno rd bet 26th and 27th 

Balzarini C. (N. Giamboni & Co.) res Eoma 
Hotel 

Balzer Hemil, baker with B. Stumpf, 226 Pac 

Balzer Henry <t Co. (Henry Balzer) imprs, 
com mchts, and insurance, 213 Sansome 

Balzer Henry (Heiu'y Balzer & Co.) r. 718 
Tyler 

Balzer John, carptr, r. 518 Howard 

Bamber John, elk Whitney &Co's Express, 
r. 1012 Montgomerj' 

Bamber Joseph J., propr Neptune Bath 
House, r. foot Larkiu, North Beach 

Bamber Wm. D. jr, elk with L. W. Mix, r. 
1012 Montgomery 

Bamber Wm. Francis, cook, r. 3 Mary lane 

Bamburger Sigmund S. (Leszynsky & Co.) 
r. 1512 California 

Bamburger Solomon S., bkpr with H. E. 
Lezynsky, r. 409 Kearny 

Bamman Fred, expressman, nw. cor Califor- 
nia and Driimm, r. 18 ShotwcU 

Bamman Hermann, expressman nw. cor Mar- 
ket and Drumm, r. 18 Shotwell 

Bauahan Alice Miss, furnished rooms, 113 
Perry 

Bauahan Henry, hostler Fashion Stables, r. 
173 Clara 

Bancroft & Co. (Wm. H. Bancroft) com 
mchts, Sl8 Washington 

Bancroft A. L,. A €o. (Albert L. and 
Hubert H. Bancroft) booksellers, sta- 
tioners, printers and lithographers. 721 
Market 

Bancroft Albert L. (A. L. Bancroft & Co.) 
r. cor Franklin and Pine 

Bancroft Chas. E., salesman with A. L. 
Bancroft & Co., r. 1605 Franklin 

Bancroft Geo. H., bkpr with A. D. Rem- 
ington, r. 4kliya Turk 



Bancroft Henry L., magnetic healer, r. 13 
O'Farrell 

Bancroft H. P., salesman with A. L. Ban- 
croft & Co., r. 411% Turk 

Bancroft Hubert H. (A. L. Banci-oft & Co.) 
r. Palace Hotel 

Bancroft W. H., physician, 204 Montgomery 

Bancroft Wm. B., manager i^rinting dcpt A. 
L. Bancroft & Co., r. 1613 Franklin 

Bancroft Wm. H. (Bancroft & Co.)r. 1317% 
Mission 

Band H. F., life insiirance agt, 204 Mont- 
gomery, r. 2908 Folsom 

Band Jos. .butcher, ne.cor 18th and Valencia 

Bander Frank, molder, r. 502 Mission 

Bandervill — , carptr, r. 462% Minna 

Bandholdt Fred, farmer, r. 736 Minna 

Bandmann Julius (Bandmann, Nielsen & 
Co.) r. 514 Lombard 

Bandmann, Nielsen & Co. (Julius Band- 
mann and H. Nielsen) com mchts and 
general agts Giant Powder Co. ,210 Front 

Bandy Aaron N. (Buhr <fe Bandy) r. 5 South 
Park 

Bane Mark, lab, r. 762 Brannau, rear 

Bane Patrick, plumber with Pendagast & 
Doherty, r. cor Seventh and Brannau 

BaneEanold, seaman, r. 150 Steuart 

Banen Daniel L., engineer, r. Continental 
Hotel 

Banfield J. H., painter with Gillman <fe Mel- 
lon, r. 9 Gardner 

Banfill Albert E., elk with C. W. Sherwood, 
r. 317 Minna 

Bang Geo. A. (Birch, Argall & Co.) r. 11 
Geary 

Bangor G. & S. M. Co. (White Pine Co.) 
240 Montgomery 

Bangs Edward, supt Mission Bay Warehouse, 
r. 1936 Stevenson 

Bangs H. Frank, elk with Home Mutual 
Ins. Co., r. Oakland 

Banister John, shipwright, r. 134 Dora 

Banister Joseph, r. 425 Fremont 

Bank Exchange Saloon, Brown & Perkins 
proprs, se. cor Montgomery and Wash 

Bank Geo., harnessmkr with Main k Win- 
chester, r. 2 Central pi 

Bank Lizzie M.. teacher Spring Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 141'.' Wiisbington 

Bank oritriti.-sli C'olu:iibin, Wm. H. 
Tilliiighiist nmgr, sc c r Cal and San 

Bank of Britixtli North America, 
A. McKinlay and G. W Glt-uny agts, 221 
Siinsome 

Bank ol*€alif'ornta (Tlic^ D. O. Mills 
pres, Wni. Alvtird vie* pris, Thus. Brown 
cashier, Stephen Franklin si-c, nw. cor 
Sansoiiif and California 

Bank of Conuncrce, D. W. C. Thomp- 
son prts, A. W. I'ri'ston cashier, 324 Cal 

Bank of San Francisco. N. P. Cole pres, 
Jacob L. Browne mauai,'er, 436 Cal 

Banker A., housesmith with Cidviu Nutting 
& Son, r. 82 Natoma 



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CORNER MERCHANT. 



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Banker E., helper with Calvin Nutting & 

Son, r. cor First luul Minna 
Banker Isaac "\V., patternmkr Golden State 

Iron Wks, r. '2« First 
Banks C. W., accountant with Wells, Fargo 

& Co, r. Oakland 
Banks Cyrus, porter with James W. Burn- 
ham & Co., r. 786 Harrison 
Banks Edward, waiter Commercial Hotel 
Banks Frank H., patternmkr with J. M. 

Stockman, r. 308 Beal 
Banks Geo. S., propr Pacific Livery Stable, 

709 Jones, r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Banks Harry T., cigars and S. F. Laundry 

Office, 1034 Market, r. 108 Mason, 
Banks James, fireman, r. cor Clay and Davis 
Banks James, lodgings, 318 Davis 
Banks James, painter, 315 Vallejo 
Banks John, cigars and tobacco, 997 Market 
Banks Joseph tanner, r. ws. San Bruno 

Koad bet 27th and 28th 
Banks Joseph, waiter Palace Hotel 
Banks L. M.Miss, asst Spring Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 1-119 Washington 
Banks Robert, porter, r. 518 Ankeny pi 
Banks Robert, watchman with Code, Elfelt 

& Co., 125 Main 
Banks T. C, capitalist, 25 Merchants' Ex- 
change, r. 724 California 
Banks Wm., engineer with J^^tna Iron 

Wks, r. 905 Shotwell 
Banks Wm. Mrs., widow, r. 1419 Washington 
Banks Wm. 0., draughtsman with S. C. 

Bugbee & Son, r. Alameda 
Bankson Erick, laundryman r. 83 Stev., rear 
Banksou J. R., saloon and cigarstand, r. 

208 First 
Bannan Frank elk, r. 133>^ Dora 
Banrahan Henry, hostler with McCord & 

Malone, r. 173 Clara 
Bannan Isaac, apprentice with W.T. Garratt, 

r. 410 Sixth 
Bannan M. Miss, teacher Union Primary 

School, r. 1422 Jackson 
Bannan Patrick, tanner, r. se. cor Solano and 

Florida 
Bannarman John T., sawyer, r. 9 Guerrero 
Bannatyne James, elk with Balfour, Guthrie 

& Co., r. 1203 Taylor 
Banaer Broiii. (Peter and Samuel Ban- 
ner) whol clothing and furnishing 
goods, ne. cor Market and Sansome 
Banner John, seaman, r. ws. Michigan nr 

Twentieth 
Banner Paul R., r. 852 Mission 
Banner Peter (Banner Bros.) r. Westminster 

House 
Banner Raphael, pedlar, r. 515 Stevenson 
Banner Samuel (Banner Bros.) r. New York 
Bannerot E. A. (Garcin A Co.) r. 2141 Mis 
Bunnett Harris, boarding, 235 Kearny 
Bannett Louis, jeweler with D. W. Laird, r. 

235 Kearny 
Banniek Bros. ( Christian and Johannes 
Baunick) rucLiugs, veils, etc., 561 Stev 



Banniek Christian(BannickBros.)r. 561 Stev 
Banniek Johannes (Banniek Bros.) r. Mis- 
sion bet First and Second 
Banning Frances A. Mrs., teacher Shotwell- 

st Primary School, r. 1223% Folsom 
Banning — , widow, r. 435 Bryant 
Bannister Albert (Starr & Co.) r. Liverpool 
Bannister Alfred, draughtsman U.S. Survey- 
or-General's office, r. Alameda 
Bannister Geo. AV., sash and bliudmkr, se. 
cor. Mission and Beale, r. 425 Fremont 
Bannister John C, upholsterer with F. S. 

Chadbourne & Co., r. 50 Minna 
Bannister John Henry, shipwright, r. 134 

Dora 
Bannister Louisa Mrs., boarding, 117 Clark 
Bannister Wm., r. 117 Clark 
Bannon Charles, cook with A. W. Manning, 

r. 523 Pine 
Bannon E. Miss, dressmkr, r. 131 Third 
Bannon Francis, lab, r. 133% Dora 
Bannon Frank, broiler Grand Hotel 
Bannon Hugh, lab, r. 214 Prospect pi 
Bannon John, heater Pac. Rolling Mills, r. 

ne. cor Pacific and Sansome 
Bannon John, porter, r. 26 Glover 
Bannon Kate, domestic, 920 Pine 
Bannon Peter, seaman, r. 41 Vallejo 
Bannon Philip, watchman, r. 340% Shipley 
Bansch — Mrs., midwife, r. 141 Minna 
Banta Levi S., capitalist, r. 109 O'Fnrrell 
Baptis Johu II., gold pen mnfr, 328 

Bush, up stairs, r. 24 Sixth 
Baptist Antonio, deckhand str Oakland 
Baptist Chinese Mission, Rev. John Francis 

missionarj', 829 Washington 
Baptist Mission Chapel Rev. Geo. E. Davis 
pastor, ne. cor G and 11th av, S. S. F. 
Baptista Jose, elk with Johu Cardozo & Co., 

r. 415 Drumm 
Baptiste Jean, pantryman with Dol & Bigne 
Baque Dominique, r. 1609 Powell 
Bar Isadore, elk, r. 229 Tyler 
Bar Jacob, teamster with Poly, Heilbron «fe 

Co., r. Kentucky ur 5th av, S. S, F. 
Bar Neil, molder, r. 54 First 
Barabino Chas., packer with Cutting Pack- 
ing Co., r. 422 Vallejo 
Barabino James, packer with Cutting Pack- 
ing Co., r. 422 Vallejo 
Baraco & Mussaute (Andrew Baraco and 
Chas. Mussante) poultry and game, 
76-77 Centre Market 
Baraco Andrew (Baraco & Mussante) r. se. 

cor Turk and Taylor 
Barada Laurant, agt, r. 463 Tehama 
Baraille Johu, wheelwright with Pierre Go- 
beau, r. 2219 Powell 
Baraty & Coutoleuc (G. M. Baraty and D. 
Coutolenc) butchers and porkpackers, 
303 Montgomery av 
Baraty Francis (Carruu & Baraty) r. 203 

Valencia 
Baraty Geo. E., elk with John Saulnier & 
Co., r. 203 Valencia 



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419 and 421 SANSOME STREET. 



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Baraty G. M. (Baraty & Coutolenc) r. 303 

Montgomery av 
Barbaravich Matthew, cook with John Bar- 

ichievich, r. Columbia Hotel 
Barbary Frank, waiter, r. 18i Dora 
Barbaste A. Mme., French laundry, 838 Clay 
Barbat John, physician and druggist, DIO 

Pacific 
Barbat John H., elk with J. Barbat, r. 910 

Pacific 
Barbe Jean, gardener, r. es. Baker bet Bush 

and Pine 
Barbee John, stock and money broker, 512 

Montgomery, r. 1090 Union 
Barbee John Jr., r. 1090 Union 
Barber Beuj.. carptr, r. 22 Stevenson av 
Barber Chas., hostler Cent. E. R., r. ws. 

Cemetery av bet Bush and Sutter 
Barber Frauk, bootblack, r. -12.5 Filbert 
Barber Gideon M., carptr, r. 315 Minna 
Barber James, calker, r. United States Hotel 
Barber James, shipwright, r. United States 

Hatel 
Barber James B., with Wilmerding, Kellogg 

& Co., r. 708 Shotwell 
Barber John A., plasterer, r. 58 Bernard 
Btkrber Johu IT., insurance broker, 531 

California, rm 4 
Barber Mary, domestic, 1358 Post 
Barber Peter, waiter Palace Hotel 
Barber R. L., tailor with L. Armaud, r. 307 

Pine 
Barber S. A. widow, r. 1625 Webster 
Barber Thos., pilot, r. 1221 Pacific 
Barber Tony, bootblack, r. 425 Filbert 
Barber Wm., dpty wharfinger, r. Meigg's 

Wharf 
Barber Wm. (Doyle, Barber & Scripture) 

atty-at-law, 323 California, r. San Rafael 
Barber Wm., porter, r. 3 Pacific al 
Barber ZacharyT., driver with J. E. Mitchell 

& Co., r. 640 Howard 
Barbett Fred, fisherman, r. 49 Clay 
Barbi Juan, lab, r. Mountain Lake, Presidio 
Barbier Armand, policeman, r. 947 Howard 
Barbier Joseph, master mariner, r.403 Union 
Barbier Paul, fruits, r. 18>i Louisa 
Barbier Paul L. (E. J. Barrett & Co.) r. cor 

Minna and Julia 
Barbier Robert A., printer, r. 947 Howard 
Barbier Stephen, marblecutter with Morris 

& Darling, r. 11% Louisa 
Barbier Mme., dressmaker, 516 Pine 
Barbiere Andrea, barber, r. 222 Broadway 
Barbieri Gaetano, jeweler with J. V. Bret- 

onnel, r. 14 Blu.Yome 
Barbieri Paul (G. B. Levaggi & Co.) r. 10 

Louisa 
Barbour it Firebaugh (Clitus Barbour and 

Henry C. Firebaugh) attys-at-law, 430 

Montgomery 
Barbour Clitus (Barbour & Firebaugh) atty- 
at-law, r. 605 Pine 
Barbour W. H., lab, r. 615 Mission 
Barbro Joseph, capitalist, r. 15 Monroe 



Barce Michael, salesman, r. 914 Pine 
Barcelona Central S. M. Co. (Belmont, Nev.) 

C. E. Buckingham sec, 426 California 
Barcelona Con. M. Co. (Belmont, Nev.) J. 

P. Moore sec, 426 California 
Barcellos & Freitas (Joseph Barcelloa and 

Francisco Freitas) restaurant, 256 J/J 

Fourth 
Barcellos Joseph (Barcellos & Freitas) r. 

256 Vi Fourth 
Barchelt George, boxmkr, r. 1209 Green 
Barchelt John H., carptr, r. 1209 Green 
Barchi Ciusar Rev., clergyman St. Ignatius 

College, 841 Market 
Barchus Johu H., frwdg dejjt Wells, Fargo 

& Co., r. 806 Webster 
Barck — , piano tuner, r. 547 Mission 
Barckhauseu Bertha, widow, r. 716 Franklin 
Barclay David B., carrier Evening Post, r. 

136 Ridley 
Barclay James, speculator, r. 11 Verona 
Barclay Kate L. Mrs., r. 213 Seventeenth 
Barclay Mary Mrs., r. 1117 Howard 
Barclay Robert H., carriagemkr Kimball 

Mufg Co., r. 629 Bush 
Barclay Rodrick, blacksmith Globe Iron 

Works, r. 108 Powell 
Barcuter — , bartender, r. 717 Pacific 
Barden Patrick, carptr, r. 11th av bet P and 

Q, S. S. F. 
Bardenhagen Henry (Warnecke & Bardeu- 

hagen) r. sw. cor Sac and Drumm 
Barden werper Chas. P., messenger with Ger- 
man Savings and Loan Society, r. 9 

Stockton pi 
Bardes Philip, butcher with Philip Seibel, 

r. 735 O'Farrell 
Bardet Alexander, elk, r. 9 Pinkney pi 
Bardissoni Giuseppe, lab, r. Roma Hotel 
Bardou Patrick, carptr, r 11th av bet P and 

Q, S. S. F. 
Bardthordt Max, lab S. F. Stock Brewery, r. 

2118 Powell 
Bardwell A. S., machinist, r. 911 Folsom 
Bardwoll Chas. W., machine hand with 

Chas. Field & Co., r. 35 Sutter 
Bardwell J. L., elk with H. M. Newhall & Co 
Bare Julia Miss, r. 362>a Clementina 
Bareis Adam, butcher, r. 413 Union 
Bareilles F., milker, r. sw. cor Silver av and 

Girard 
Barela Martin, waiter stmr Montana 
Bareis Morice, teacher French, r. 245 Minna 
Baretz Louis, upholsterer with James W. 

Buruham & Co. 
Bargediug Henry, paper boxmkr with Wempe 

Bros., r. 419 Oak 
Bargcstream H., master mariner, r. l03Steu- 

art 
Bargin John, marble polisher with DuflFy 

Bros., r. 654 Mission 
Bargion Wultcr P., operator American Dist. 

Tel. Co., r. 737 Howard 
Bargion Wm., barber, r. H65 Market 
Bargluud Ilans, shipwright, r. 3S Perry 



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Bargogliotti Paolo, fruite, nuts and candies, 

145 Post 
Bargon Martin, tailor with A Barli, r. 2 

Mary Lane 
Bargone Leonardo, porter with Pascal, Dn- 

bedat & Co., r. 1218 Mason 
Bargones James, saloon, 218 Montgomery av 

r. 718 Greenwich 
Barichievich John, restaiirant, 139 Fifth, r. 

5643^ Clementina 
Barilarj' Giovanni, carptr, r. 718 Greenwich 
Barilett Nathaniel, postal elk C. P. R. K., 

606 Montgomerj' 
Barived Wm., lab, r. Humboldt nr Bruns- 
wick 
Barjion Walter, tel operator, r. 737 Howard 
Bark Wm., lab P. C. S. S. Co. 
Bark Wm., tinner, r. 48 Louisa 
Barkan Adolph D., physician, 305 Kearny 
Barkart Jacob, longshoreman, r. 208 Jack 
Barkeley Charles J., student, r. 1016 Pine 
Barkeley D. B., mailing elk Chronicle, r. 

327 Tehama 
Barker Alfred, carriage ijainter with A. 

Florence, r. 26 Garden 
Barker Chas., with Frank Cerini, r. Oakland 
Barker E. D., widow, r. 13 Leavenworth 
Barker Frank, carptr, r. 16th av bet P and 

Q, S.S. F. 
Barker Frederick, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Barker Grace, widow, r. 1421 Folsom 
Barker Henry L., brick mnfr, r. 309 Capp 
Barker Henry L. carptr, r. 1609 California 
Barker Henry N., trunkmkr with M. Long, 

r. ns. Sumner, B. H. 
Barker Isaac, brick mnfr, r. 309 Capp 
Barker James L., imp hardware and com. 

mcht, 406-408 Market, r. Oakland 
Barker Joshua, bkpr with Lohman, Coghill 

& Eountree, r. Oakland 
Barker Maria, domestic, 20 Twelfth 
Barker Martha, widow, r. ss. Post bet Scott 

and Devisadero 
Barker Richard, springbed mnfr, 745 Mis- 
sion, r. 657 Howard 
Barker Squire, molder, r. 114 Dora 
Barker Stephen, contractor, 36 California, r. 

659 Seventeenth 
Barker Thos.. capitalist, r., 31 Eddy 
Barker Timothy L. (Wellman, Peck & Co.) 

r. Oakland 
Barkhaus Diednch (F. W. & D. Barkhaus) 

r. 10 Turk 
Barkhaus F. W. & D. (F. W. & Diedrich 

Barkhaus) booksellers and stationers, 

535 Ken my 
Barkhaus F. W. (F. W. & D. Barkhaus) r. 

1004 Sutter 
Barkhaxxse Frederick C, carptr, r. 1309 

Stockton 
Barkhausen Julius, elk with Bandmann, 

Nielsen & Co., r. es. Franklin bet Elm 

av and Tyler 
Barkhausen Otto A., bkpr with Schafer & 

Co., r. 716 Frauklin 



Barkhausen Theodore, r. Vermont bet Sierra 

and Humboldt 
Barkin A. B., physician, r. 214 O'Farrell 
Barklage W. M., bowling alley, se. cor 

Kearny and Jackson 
Barklett Edward, carptr, r. 408^+ Natoma 
Barkley Andrew J., broker, r. 1016 Pine 
Barkley Thomas, tailor with Samuel Isaacs, 

r. Empire House 
Barkley Robert, hostler South Park Stable, 

r. 342 Brannan 
Barkley Wm. jr., elk, r. 1019 Union 
Barkley Wm, H.. bkpr with Pool & Harris, 

r. se. cor Union and Leavenworth 
Barkley — Mrs., stock operator, r. 510 Bush 
Barks Alfred W., carriage painter with Pow- 
ell & Clark, r. 22 Seventh 
Barlage Henry, cabinetmkr with Cal Fum. 

Mufg Co., r. 15 Cushman 
Barlets Henry, upholsterer, r. 252 Stevenson 
Barley John, lab, r. 24 Clara 
Barley Louis, r. ISOOy^ Stockton 
Barli A., mcht tailor, 609 Clay, r. 646 Mrkt 
Barling Horatio H., stock and money broker, 

434 Montgomery, r. nw. cor Howard and 

Seventh 
Barling Nettie Mrs., with John F. Snow & 

Co., r. 1623 Mission 
Barlow A. T., mechanic, r. Montgomery 

House 
Barlow Carrie Miss, prin Broadway Primary 

School, r. 909 Clay 
Barlow C. Miss, teacher Wash Grammar 

School, r. 909 Clay 
Barlow Chas. (R. G. Dun & Co.) r. New 

York 
Bariow Chas., U. S. Mint, r. 1206 Market 
Barlow Edward, dyer S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory 
Barlow Francis T., elk, r. 262^^ Clementina 
Barlow John, machinist with Pacific Iron 

Wks, r. 81 Clementina 
Barlow John, ti-ainer, r. ne. cor Pacific and 

Sansome 
Barlow Kate Miss, lacemkr, r. 262J;j Clem 
Barlow Martfu, longshoreman, r. 713 Front 
Barlow Mary, widow, r. 262^2 Clementina 
Barlow Mary Ellen Miss, lacemkr. r. 262J.i 

Clementina 
Barlow W. W., canvasser, r. 739 Tehama 
Barlowclugh Randy Miss, r. Mission opp 

Woodward's Gardens 
Barman Benny, stationery, 308 Fourth, r. 

943 Folsom 
Barman Chas., r. ne. cor Mason and Lorn 
Barman Isaac, with Lithauer & Co., r. 30 

Post 
Barman Jonas S., night inspector Custom 

House, r. 410 Sixth 
Barman Mayo, books and stationery, 308 

Fourth, r. 943 Folsom 
Barmelu J. E., driver with J. F. Jenness, r. 

2617 Folsom 
Barua Fred., baker with Jacob Schneider, r. 

cor Oak aud Frauklin 



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Barna Jacob; cook, r. 14 Oak Grove av 
Barnade J., with Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co., r. 

917 Vallejo 
Barnard Alex. B., teacher Barnard's Busi- 
ness College, r. 617 Eddy 
Barnard C. F., longshoreman, r. 431 East 
Barnard Edward, ijoliccman, r. 452 Natoma 
Baruni'd Express (The) S. F. and 

San Kufael, Wm. M. White propr, off 1 

Commercial 
Barnard Frank & Co. (Frank Barnard and 

Henry Voorman) coal dealers, 213 Jack 
Barnard Frank (Frank Barnard & Co.) r. 

418 Eddy 
Barnard Geo., teamster with Calvin Nutting 

& Son, r. 531 London 
Barnard Geo. B., tel operator Barnard's 

Business College, r. 017 Eddy 
Barnard Henry, pres Barnard's Busi- 
ness College, 120 Sutter, r. 617 Eddy 
Barnard Isaac D. (H. Seymour & Co.) r. 912 

Vallejo, rear 
Barnard John, r. 614^^ Natoma 
Barnard' Matthew, shoemkr, r. 15 M, S. S.F. 
Barnard Moses S., cooper, r. 24th bet Ver- 
mont and Kansas 
Barnard Thos. G., contractor, r.32Rinconpl 
Barnard W. L., brtdr str Contra Costa 
Barnard's Business College, Henry 

Barnard pres, 120 Sutter, rms 37-38 
Barnby Frank, conductor, r. 28 Wash av 
Barnekofif Frederick, carptr, r. 507% Lear 
Barnell Stephen, r. 916 Howard 
Earner Henry, teamster, r. ws. San Bruno 

Road nr Islais Creek 
Barncr William, groceries and liquors, 

ne. cor Natoma and Ninth 
Baruert Joseph, clothing (Virginia City) r. 

1403 Octavia 
Barnes Agues Mrs., furnished rooms, 573 

Howard 
Barnes Benj. J., lab Bett's Spring Co., r. 

Dolores bet 21st and 22d 
Barnes Chas. A., plasterer, sw. cor Howard 

and 24th 
Barnes Cl&arles E., mechanical en- 
gineer and draughtsman, 609 Mission, 

r. 120 Jones 
Barnes D. H., quartermaster P. M. S. S. Co 
Barnes David, tailor, r. 2 Goodman pi 
Barnes Dick, maltster with Hillebraudt & 

Co., res 2019 Fulsom 
Barnes E. D., atty-at-law, r. Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Barnes Eliza B., teacher drawing Public 

Schools, r. 311 Stockton 
Barnes Euclid T., gen agt Cal. Ins. Co., r. 

124 Tyler 
Barnes Fred, carptr Cal. Mills, r. 44% Sixth 
Barnes Geo., steward, r. 573 Howard 
Barnes Geo. E., with Call, r. 1206 Market 
Barnes Geo. L., cook with Jennings, r. 

Sacramento bet Walnut and Laurel 
Barnes H. L., contractor, r. 10.'>0 Howard 
Barnes Henry L., carptr, r. 1214 Folsom 



Barnes Horace M., mcht, r. 640 Howard 
I Barnes J. D., carptr, r. 146 Natoma 
I Barnes James, blacksmith, r. 1226 Green 
Barnes John, fireman, r. 214 First 
Barnes John, teamster Pac. Rolling Mills, 

r. se. cor Mariposa and Minnesota 
Barnes John N., plumber with Thos. Day, 

r. Oakland 
Barnes Josejih, modelmkr, r. 144 Fifth 
Barnes Julius B., pres Virginia G. & S. M. 

Co., 438 California, r. 306 Leavenworth 
Barnes Minnie, adjuster U. S. Mint, r. 739 

Harrison 
Barnes Robert, pressman, r. 811 Stockton 
Barnes Robert L., machinist Pac. Rolhng 

Mills, r. 747 Howard 
Barnes W. D. Mrs., furnished rooms, 24 

O'Farrell 
Barnes W. D., broker, 542 Market, r. 319 

Powell 
Barnes Wm., salesman with Sherman & 

Hyde, r. 810 Leavenworth 
Barnes Wm., carptr, r. 1924 Ellis 
Barnes Wm. B., r. 6 Virginia 
Barnes Wm. H., weaver S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factor}', r. Pioneer House 
Barnes Wm. H. L., atty-at-law, 426 Califor- 
nia, r. sw. cor McAllister and Fillmore 
Barnes Wm. R., carptr, r. es. Treat av bet 

21st and 22d 
Barnes — , r. 127 Kearny 
Barnet Emanuel, upholsterer Cal. Fur. Mnfg 

Co., r. 326 Tyler. 
Barnett Betty, widow, r. 1717 Mason 
Barnett Chis, conductor Sutter-st R. R., r. 

se. cor Bush and Polk 
Barnett David, elk with Mrs. Mathilde Bar- 
nett, r. 29% 5th av 
Barnett David, harnessmkr with Chas. H. 

Mead, r. 318 Davis 
Barnett J. P., stock dealer, r. 28 Gearj^ 
Barnett John, laundryraan with John La 

Come, r. 1511 Howard 
Barnett Joseph, crockery, 39 and 79 Fourth, 

r. 350 Jessie 
Barnett K. J. Mrs., seamstress, r. 12 Willow 

av 
Burnett Mark, waiter Phils' Saloon, r. 106 

Dupont 
Barnett Marks, elk with Joseph Barnett, r. 39 

Fourth 
Barnett Mathilde Mrs., junk store, 636 

Broadway, r. 29% 5th av 
Barnett Morris S., com mcht, r. 1114 Market 
Barnett Thos., lab, r. Tanners' Home 
Barney Alfred S., depty U.S. Shipping Com, 

118 Jackson, r. 1505 Larkin 
Barney Aurelius, r. 1004 Market 
Barney Benjamin Cirillin, depty. U. 

S. Shipping Com., P. M. S. S. Co'8 

wharf, r. 2209 Jackson 
Barney Benjamin A., with James M. Barney, 

r. 817 Vau Ness av 
Barney James M., com mcht, 304 Califor- 
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Barnham M., lab, r. Greenwich bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Barnhard Henry, lab National Flour Mill, 

r. 419 Hickory 
Barnhart Christian, lab, r. 239 Clara 
Barnhart Geo. W., elk, r. 108 Mason 
Barnhart Geo. W., salesman with A. L. Ban- 
croft & Co., 721 Market 
Barnhisel E. M. Mrs., lodgings, 147 Third 
Barnhisel E. K.. carrier Alta, r. 1634 West 

Mission 
Barnhisel Henry, salesman with Toklas, 

Brown & Co., r. 147 Third 
Barnhouse Theodore, machine hand Beale-st 

Mills, r. 535 Howard 
Barnes Dick, maltster with Hillebrandt & 

Co., res 2019 Folsom 
Barnum E. K., head keeper U.S. lighthouse, 

Farallone Island 
Barnum Ezra B.. painter with Hopps A 

Sons, r. 741 Market 
Barnum Henry, editor, r. ws. Lyon bet Post 

and Sutter 
Barnum Howard, elk, r. 72 Brady 
Barnum J. A., r. 512 Fourth 
Barnwell Geo. T., cashier Market-st wharf, 

r. 448 Bartlett 
Barnwell Gilbert T., cashier S. P. K. K. 

freight off, r. 448 Bartlett 
Baron Abraham, clothing, 31 Pacific 
Baron B., with Einstein Bros. & Co., r. 31 

Pacific 
Baron Bertrand, horseshoer with J. Dupuy 

& Co., res 630 Broadway 
Baron Chas. L., plasterer with S. Kellett, r. 

cor 30th and Mission 
Baron Isadore, merchant, r. 1728 Eddy 
Baron John (J. Dupuy <fe Co.) r. 630 Bdwy 
Baron Rudolph, cook Hansa Hotel 
Baron — , elk S. P. R. R., r. 139 Fourth 
Baronidis G. M., botanic physician, 12 

Brenham pi 
Baros Samuel, butcher with Henry Antz, r. 

901 Larkin 
Barosso Gioseppe, lab, r. ws. San Bruno Rd 

nr County line 
Barotini L., porter with John Siebe & Bro., 

r. 9 Lafayette pi 
Barouquaire James, tinsmith with B. C. 

Austin, r. 1019 Powell 
Barquis Prospere, laundry, 8 Mills pi 
Barr Daniel, carptr, r. 14 Howard crt 
Barr H. K., widow, r. 318 Oak 
Barr Frank, seaman P. C. S. S. Co. 
Barr John, machinist S. F. Gaslight Co., r. 

20th nr Valencia 
Barr J. D. & Co. (J. D. Barr and D. Sam- 
uels) umbrella mnfrs, 323 Bush 
Barr John D. (J. D. Barr & Co.) r. 610 Ellis 
Barr Neil, molder with Thompson Bros., r. 

se. cor 23d and Hanison 
Barr Sarah A. Miss, teacher Girla High 

School, r. 916 Washington 
Barr Stewart A., with J. D. Barr & Co., r. 

610 Ellis 



Barr Wm., carptr, r. 15th av bet L and M, 

S. S. F. 
Barr Wm. H., seaman, r. 327 Chestnut 
Barra EzekicI I., r. 4 Minna 
Barra Francisco, with Deming, Palmer & 

Co., r. 427% Green 
Barracco Cero, ijainter, r. 9 Union pi, rear 
Barracquie Peter, teamster with Lemoine, 

Gambert & Co., r. 612 Pacific 
Barraillac Adolph, with Burr & Fink, r. cor 

Post and Hyde 
Barraillac Chas., basketmkr, r. 3 Meacham 

pl 
Barraud Louis, cabinetmkr, r. 533 Kearny 
Barre August, exjiressman, r. 362 Natoma, 

rear 
Barreilles Thos., milkman, r. se. cor Octa- 

via and Greenwich 
Barrell Edward, elk cashier's dept Wells, 

Fargo & Co., r. 600 Bush 
Barrell Samuel, stocks, r. 600 Bush 
Barrell ■ — , r. 547 Mission 
Barrer John A., druggist, r. 620 Greenwich 
Barren Julius, cook, r. German Hotel 
Barrere Louis, drayman with John C. Mor- 
rison jr, r. 817 Howard 
Barrett & Sherwood (Robert Sherwood) jew- 
elry, wiitches, diamonds, etc., 517 Mont 
Barrett A., r. 223 First 
Barrett Alfred, watchmkr and jeweler, 44 

Second, r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett B. F., driver N. B. and M. R. R., r. 

316 Polk 
Barrett Chas., expressman, r, 775 Folsom 
Barrett C. L., elk S. F. Gaslight Co., r. 1000 

Pine 
Barrett Cornelius, lab, r. 104 Polk 
Barrett Edward, r. 277 Stevenson 
Barrett Edward, lab, r. Philadelphia House 
Barrett Edward, lab, r. 24 Clementina 
Barrett Edward, lab, r. 609 Minna 
Barrett Edward, expressman, r. Montgom- 
ery's Hotel 
Barrett Edward, shoemkr, r. 15 Stevenson 
Barrett Edward J. (E. J. Barrett <fe Co.) r. 

11 Eddy 
Barrett Ed., waiter Lick House 
Barrett E. J. & Co. (E. J. Barrett and Paul 

L. Barbier) saloon, 903 ^^ Market 
Barrett Ellen, domestic, 1206 Mission 
Barrett Francis A., carptr with E. K. Howes 
& Co., r. 17th av, nr R. R. av, S. S. F. 
Barrett Fred, assayer and mineralogist, 507 

Montgomery, r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett Geo., mal.ster Mason's Brewery, r. 

517 Chestnut 
Biu-rett Hanua, widow, r. Kansas nr 23d 
Barrett Hannah, widow, r. 51514 Stevenson 
Barrett Hoinrich, butcher, r. 22d and Bart- 
lett 
Barrett James, lab. Laurel Hill Cemetery 
Barrett James, lab, r. 136 Natoina 
BaiTett James, seaman, r. 26 Hunt 
Barrett John, with Deming, Palmer & Co., 
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Barrett John, blacksmith with Larseneur <fe 

Sheerin, r. 106 Townsend 
Barrett John, bkpr with John O'Kajje, r. 782 

Harrison 
Barrett John P., carptr, r. 1332 Pacific 
Barrett Joliu S., com stockbroker, 326 

Pine, r. 338 Eddy 
Barrett Mary C, with Florence S. M. Co., 

r. 423 O'Farrell 
Barrett Matthew, shoemkr with Buckingham 

& Hecht, M nr Valencia 
Barrett Matthew,traveling agt, r. 812 Kearny 
Barrett Michael, calker, r. 313 Tehama 
Barrett Moses A., r. 1505 Powell 
Barrett Patrick, carrier Call and Bulletin, r. 

3G3 Natoma 
Barrett Patrick, elk with Kennedy & Dnrr, 

r. 24 Clementina 
Barrett Patrick, lab, r. 518 Pacific 
BaiTett Patrick, quartermaster str Gaelic 
Barrett Richard T., pictureframemkr, r. 423 

Stevenson 
Barrett Robert, lab, r. Potrero av bet 15th 

and 16th 
Barrett Robert, soap mnfr.r 122 Gilbert 
Barrett Thos. F., pressman with C. A. Mur- 

dock <fe Co., r. 24 Clementina 
Barrett Thos F., waiter Occidental Hotel 
BaiTett Timothy, porter, r. 39 Clay 
Barrett Wm., gardener, r. Laurel av nr Van 

Ness av . 
Barrett Wm., painter, r. 541 Sixteenth 
Barrett Wm., teamster, r. Clipper Hotel 
Barrett Wm., teamster with M. J. Egan, r. 

Union Hotel 
Barrett Wm. F., molder Golden State Iron 

Wks, r. 316 Folsom 
Barrett AVm. G., cashier S. F. Gaslight Co., 

r. 1000 Pine 
Barrett Wm. H., carptr, r. Alemany av nr 

Church lane 
Barrett Miss, dressmkr, r. 550 Mission 
Barretta M'lle, actress Bella Union Theatre 
Barrevolt Geo., teamster, r. 719 Tehama 
Barrian Wm. H., with Hobbs, Pomeroy & 

Co., r. 358 Minna 
Berriball John, carpenter, 32 Ronsch 
Barricklow Geo. R., carptr, r. 716 Capp 
Barrie Chas. drayman with Bryden & Hink- 

ley, r. 959 Mission 
Barrientos Martin, r. Virginia blk 
Barrier Lewis, drayman with J. C. Morris- 
son, r. 817 Howard 
Barries Chas., shipwright, r. 1108 Powell 
Barries Thos., shipwright, r. 522% Howard 
Barrilis Diego Count, consul for Italy, 525 

Front, r. Oakland 
Barringer Benj., with Thos. Glasspool, r. 

1211 Powell 
Barringer Elizabeth, dress patterns, 805 Mis 
Barringer Emile, fitter City Iron Wks., r. 

243 Second 
Barrington Geo., storekeeper, Custom House, 

r. 1713 Clay 
Barrington J., mail elk P. O., r. 557 Natoma 



Barringer Wm., carptr and builder, r. 3 King 
Barrington Wm. B., porter with Dickson, 

DeWolf & Co., r. 420 Green 
Barris C. C, mining sec, 302 Montgomery, 

rm 30 
Barris L., mining, 302 Montgomery, r. 919 

Geary 
Barroilhet Henry (Ir Belloc) pres Society 

Francaise, r. San Mateo 
Barrol Michael, carptr, r. 2319 Mission 
Barron Connell brtdr, r. 728 Howard 
Barron Cornelius, saloon, nw. cor Georgia 

and Sierra 
Barron Cornelius J. painter, 815 Market 
Barron I., capitalist, r. 606 Stockton 
Barron John, carptr, House of Correction 
Barron John, lab, r. Coso House 
Barron Phillip, music teacher University 

Mound College 
Barron Richard, master str Mt. Eden 
Barron Wm., barber with Edward Staffel- 

bach, r. 31 Pacific 
Barron IVm., groceries, sw. cor Powell 

and Clay 
Barron Wm. R., shipjoiner, r. 623 East 
Barron — , blacksmith, r. 717 Pacific 
Barron's Bldg, nw. cor Kearny and Merchant 
Barros John, with S. G. Brown, r. 202 Fourth 
Barrousse Pierre, butcher, r. 605 Broadway 
Barrow Chas. F., engraver with W. E. Gold- 
smith & Sou, r. 507 Montgomery 
Barrow Chas. W., mechanic, r. 2118 Pacific 
Barrow F. T., pantryman Lick House 
Barrow Libbie M. Miss, music teacher, r. 

1909 Jessie 
Barrows Daniel F., painter, r. 129 Second 
Barrows Edward C., with A. L. Bancroft & 

Co., r. 316 Taylor 
Barrows Frank P. (Sadler & Barrows) r. 

Oakland 
Barrows James 0., actor Grand Opera 

House, r. 129 Second 
Barrows Laura, teacher Greenwich-st Pri- 
mary School, r. 316 Taylor 
Barrows L. M. Miss, teacher Greenwich-st 

Primary School, r. 1123 Bush 
Barrows Mary, widow, res 316 Taylor 
Barrows Michael, carptr Cal. Mills, r. 2319 

Mission 
Barrows Robert, with Lick House, r. 716 

Buchanan 
Barrows Thomas, gen agt, 1212 Market, r. 

Oakland 
Barrows Wm. H., atty-at-law, 76 Montgomery 

blk, r. 1531 Tyler 
Barrows — , agt cigar mnfrs, r. Shelboume 

House 
Barry & Patten (T. A. Barry and B. A. Pat- 
ten) wines and liquors, 413 Montgomery 
Barry Aaron, boxmkr with Hobbs, Pomeroy 

& Co., r. 14 Bourbon pi 
Barry Amos, lumberman, r. 211 Second 
Barry Ann, widow, r. cor 11th av and N, 

S. S. F. 
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Barry B. B., r. 157 Seventh 
Barry Barthol, lab C. P. 11. K., r. 42 Bitch 
Barry Bridget, domestic, 32 South Park 
Barry Bridget, laundress Grand Hotel 
Barry Chas. B., hackman, 210 Sutter 
Barry Chas. E., searcher of records, 619 

Montgomery, r. 1307 Green 
Barry Chas. 0., foreman Swan's box factory, 

r. 502 Taylor 
Barry D. & Co. (David BaiTy and Joseph 

Baker) butchers, 1207 Mission 
Bari-y Daniel, longshoreman, r. 210 Main, 

rear 
Barry David (D. Barry & Co.) r. 18 Wash- 
ington av 
Barry David, Avines and liquors, ne. cor 

Eighth and Heron 
Barry David, shoemaker with Einstein Bros. 

& Co., r. Lafayette House 
Barry Edward, carriagemkr, r. 24 Eidley 
Barry Edward, lab Golden State Iron Works, 

r. 567 Mission 
Barry Edward, milk ranch Putnam av and 

San Bruno Road 
Barry Edward, stock broker, 415 Montgome- 
ry, r. Oakland 
Barry Edward, teamster Union Iron Wks, 

r. 6 Freelon 
Barry Edward L., copying elk 12th District 

Court, r. 204 Montgomery 
Barry Edwin, vocalist Buckley's Varieties, r 

407 Sacramento 
Barry E. L., depty county elk, r. 318 Pine 
Barry Fanny, domestic, 1814 Taylor 
Barry Frank, seaman, r. 20 Folsom 
Barry G., bellman Lick House 
Barry Hannah, domestic, 1002 Powell 
Barry Hannah E. Mrs., furnished rooms, 

200 Stockton 
Barry J., expressman, r. 8 Boyiugtou 
Barry James (Hartnett tfc Barry) r. 402 

Broadwaj'^ 
Barry James, r. 730 Natoma 
Barry James, blacksmith, r. 211 Taylor 
Barry James, bricklayer, r. 428 Clementina 
Barry James, elk with M. Barrj-, r. Silver 

av and San Bruno Iload 
Barry James, lab, r. 268 Stevenson 
Barrj' James, lab, r. Ninth bet Bryant and 

Brannan 
Ban-y James, lumberman, r. 818 Folsom 
Barry James F., machine hand with Boale-st 

Mills, r. Dolores nr 2nth 
Barry James H., compositor with Spaulding 

& Barto, r. 1224 Broadwav 
Barry J. H., delivery elk W. U* Tel. Co., r. 

211 Taylor 
Ban-y J. J., gatekpr New City Hall, r. 10 

Ash 
Barz'y John, r. 361 Clementina 
Barry John, coachman, 11 Essex 
Barry John, baker with Patrick Kelly, r. 238 

Fifth 
Barry John, bricklayer, r. 428 Linden 
Barry John, casting cleaner, r. 2523 Sac 



Barry John, calker, 1142 Folsom 
Barry Jobto, coachman, r. 325 Folsom 
Barry John, elk Custom House, r. 102 

Fourth 
Barry John, driver with Keefe & McNamara, 

r. Seventh bet Bryant and Brannan 
Bany John, foundry hand, r. 730 Natoma 
Barry John, lab, r. 725 Brannan 
Barry John, lal), r. cor 6th and Market 
Barry John, lab with Torrens & Enricht r. 

Golden Gate Park 
Barry John, lab P. M. S. S. Co., r. 24 Clara 
Barry John, pedlar, r. 523 Seventh, rear 
Barry John, porter with Strauss, Kohn- 

stamm &, Co., r. 8 Glover 
Barry John, shoemkr, r. Church Lane nr 

Church 
Barry John, shoemkr with Einstein Bros. & 

Co., r. 361 Clementina 
Barry John D. (Pond & Barry) r. Loudon 
Barry John H., currier, r. 623 Com 
Barry John J., plumber, r. 935 Folsom 
Barry John T. (Lyons tt Barry) r. Fruitvale 
Barry Joseph, lab, r. Mission bet First and 

Second 
Barry Joseph, driver with E. Swett, r. ns. 

29th nr Mission 
BaiTy Joseph quartermaster, P. M. S. S. Co. 
Barry Kate, domestic, 1515 Clay 
Barry Martin, tailor with Lancaster & Nor- 

thon, r. 1914 Bush 
Barry Martin J., elk, r. 200 Stockton 
Barry Mary, widow, r. 730 Natoma 
Barry Mary Miss, r. 4 Emmett pi 
Barry Mary, domestic, 1613 Bush 
Ban-y Mary, domestic, 421 Ellis 
Barry Matthew, fruit and vegetables, cor 

16th and E. R. avs, r. cor Silver av and 

San Bruno Road 
Barry Maurice ¥., tin roofer, r. 456 Minna 
Barry M. C. Miss, teacher Eighth-st. Gram- 
mar School, r. 211 Taylor 
Barry Michael, carjitr, r. 9 Beidemau 
Barry Michael, carjjtr, r. 708 Howard 
Barry Michael, cook, r. 552 Jlission, rear 
Barry Michael, lub, r. Coso House 
Barry Michael, lab, r. 414 Folsom 
Barry Michael, porter with W. & J. Sloane, 

r. 515 Hyde 
Barry Micha<J, shoemkr with Buckingham 

& Hecht, r. Mission nr 50th 
Barry Owen, , jailor Branch Jail, r. 724 

Octavia 
Barry P., cxtraman Engine No. 3, S. F. Fire 

Dept 
Barry Patrick, r. 22 Glover 
Barry Patrick, asst whariinger Market-st 

Wharf, r. 42 Eitch 
Barry Patrick, boilermkr and fireman En- 
gine No. 3, S. F. Fire Dept, r. 1313 

California, rear 
Barry Patrick, groceries, se. cor Hayes and 

Fillmore 
Barry Patrick, groceries, 422 Natoma 
Barry I'atrick, lab, r. 414 Folsom 



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Barry Patrick, lab, r. cor Utah and IGth 
Barry Patrick, lab S. V. Waterworks, r. 

North Poiut nr Polk 
Barry Patrick, watchman with Michelssen, 

Brown &: Co., r. cor 16th and Utah 
Barry Patsey, lamplighter S. F. Gaslight 

Co., r. No. 3 Engine House 
Barrj' Richard, cakemkr Pac. Oil and Lead 

Wks 
Barry llichard, housemover, r. 519 Braunan 
Barry Kichard, lab Cal. Brass Woi-ks. r. 

260 >^ Clara 
Barry Kichard, lab Golden Gate Park, r. 

Parker av 
Barry Eichard, sailmkr, r. 18 Washington av 
Barry Eobert, commercial traveler, r. 21 

Prospect pi 
Barry Robert, lab, r. 414 Pacific 
Barry Robert, ropemkr, r. 16th bet Guerrero 

and Dolores 
Barry S. D. Miss, teacher, r. 1224 Broadway 
Barry Theo. A. (Barry & Patten) r. 709 Geary 
Barry Thos., lab, r. 159 Minna 
Barry Thos., marble polisher, r. 735 Bran 
Barry Thos., shoemkr with Buckingham & 

Hecht, r. 2 Eddy pi 
Barry Thos. F., law student with Eugene 

Casserly, r. 35 Valparaiso 
BaiTy Thos. T., salesman with Godchaux 

Bros. «fc Co., r. Morton House 
Barry Timothy, lab with Wm. Kerr, r. 903 

Battery, rear 
Barry W. I., bkpr with Donnelly, Dunne & 

Co., r. 200 Stockton 
Barrj' Wm., barber Mith J. M. Gellert, r. 39 

Everett 
Barry Wm., carptr, r. 2116 Steiner 
Barry Wm., blacksmith helper with W. T. 

Garratt, r. 513 Howard 
Barry Win., compositor, r. 2523 Sacramento 
Barry Wm., hackman, r. '.ill Geary 
Barry Wm., foreman O. II. 11., r. 630 Jessie 
Barry Wm., shipwright, r. 21 Eousch 
Barry Wm., wheelwright with N. Enuis, r. 

21 Eousch 
Barry Wm. F., pressman with P. .J. Thomas, 

r. 1224 Broadway 
Barry Wm. McGill, djity copying elk I5tli 

District Court, r. 200 Stockton 
Barry — . r. 869 Market 
Barry — , molder Union Iron Wks 
Barsolti Virgilie, coal yard, r. 413 Union 
Earss James E., camlies and variety, 1507 

Stockton 
Burss J. E., pattern cutter, 927 Market 
Bar.stow Alfred, atty-at-law, 330 Pine, rm 50, 

r. Oakland 
Barstow David P. atty-at-law, 320 Sausome, 

rm 17, r. Oakland 
Barstow Frederick O, physician, 2G03 Mis 
Barstow Geo. (Barstow, Stetson &, Hough- 
ton) atty-at-law, 315 Cal, r. 927 Pine 
Barstow, Stetson it Houghton (Geo. Bar- 
stow, Edward G. Stetson and II. E. 

Houghton) attys-at-law, 315 California 



Barstow Wm., U. S. Court bldg, rm 42 
Barsuglia Carlo, lab with Francisco Giovan- 

nini, r. se. cor Broadway and Kearny 
Barta Joseph (Louis Leveroni & Co.) r. 1510 

Broadway 
Bartali Angelo, shoemkr with B. JIartinelli, 

r. 307 Broadway 
Bartel Jas., with Heald's Business College, 

r. Ill Hayes 
Bartel Max, musician, r. 1019 Mason 
Bartelloni Eomanno, statuary molder with 

D. Mencarini, r. 518 Vallejo 
Bartelow Wm., r. 112 Virginia 
Bartels Conrad, confectioner with D. Hirsch- 

feld & Co., r. 247 Fourth 
Bartels Henry, upholsterer with J. A. Sha- 

ber & Co., r. 255 Stevenson 
Bartels John, confectionery and bakery, 115 

Seventh 
Bartels Joseph, bakery, 21 Sixth, r., 115 

Seventh i 

Bartels Peter Henry, liquors and 
cigars, ne. cor Battery and Commerce, 
r. 1012 Battery 
Barter A. B. Mrs., vapor baths, 417 O'Far 
Barter G. H., seaman, r. 240 Fremont 
Barth A., wagonmkr, r. 1908 Mission 
Barth Alphine A., bkpr with Gabbs Bros., r. 

622 Grove 
Barth Chas H., r. 2237 Jackson 
Barth H., cigarmki', r. Hotel Ehein 
Barth L.. L,. (Louis Holz & Co.) r. 622 

Grove 
Barth Philip, clerk with I. Glazier <fe Co., r. 

511 Stocktou 
Barth Wm., metal roofer with Conlin & 

Eoberts 
Barthano Dora, r. nw, cor Folsora and 12th 
Barthmaim Ch;is., carjjti*, r. 909 Kearny 
Barthol Adam, teamster, r. 465 iliuua 
Barthold Emilie, r. ws. Eliza bet Union and 
Filbert 
! Bartholme Joseph, cabinetmkr with G. Uef- 
I linger & Co., r. 358 Jessie 

[ Bartholomew Frederick, blacksmith 
I Lawton & Co. 

Bartholomew Henry G., expressman, ] 
, visadero bet Sacramento and Clay 

j Bartholomew James, farmer, r. 814 Mont 
j Bartholomew John, liquors, r. cor Battery 

and Union 
i Bartholomew Murphy, lab, r. 234 Cliua 
' Bartholow W. E. 1)., bkpr with Dunham, 
I Carrigan & Co., r. 835 McAllister 

Barlhoi) Edward, butcher, r. 317 Hayes 
! Bartlesoii E. A., waiter with Chafjuelte & 
I Pinson, r. 22 Bluvome 

[ Bartlett & Chrisler (Henry J. Bartlett and 
1 A. Chrisler) saloon, ae. cor Kearny and 

Bush 
I Bartlett it Watson (Joseph L. Bartlett and 
I Henry J. Watson) fruit, 1105 Howard 

I Bartlett Ada, widow, r. 1050 Howard 
j Bartlett A. L., stenographer, 8 Montgomer)' 
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Biutlett Albeit J., drayuian, r. 122 Eddy 
Bartlett Alfred, real estate, r. 1709 Sutter 
Bartlett A. W. M, Mrs., physician and fur- 
nished rooms, 59 OTarrell, r. 13 O'Far 
Bartlett B. L., bankrupt agt, r. Cosmopoli- 
tan Hotel 
Bartlett Columbus, atty-at-law, 615 Kearny, 

r. 1131 Ellis 
Bartlett Earl, atty-at-law, 35 Montgomery 

blk, r. cor Point Lobos av and Ifith av 
Bartlett Elbridge, machinist vith J. Spauld- 

ing, r. 13 Verona 
Bartlett F. A., compositor with A. L. Ban- 
croft & Co., r. 417 Kearny 
Bartlett H. E., driver with Contra Costa 

Laundry Association, r. Oakland 
Bartlett Henrv J. (Bartlett & Chrisler) r. 

23GJ^ Bush 
Bartlett James H., carptr, r. ws. Sanchez nr 

ICth 
Bartlett Jared, shipwright, r. 312 Beale 
Bartlett Joab C, drayman, r. 122 Eddy 
Bartlett John, gardener, 623 Powell 
Bartlett Joseph L. (Bartlett & Watson) r. 

1105 Howard 
Bartlett Louis W., r. 1104 Market 
Bartlett Nathaniel, U. S. Postal Route agt, r. 

1024 Montgomerj' 
Bartlett 0. M., painter, r, 546 Mission 
Bartlett Pliny, (Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton) 

r. Oakland 
Bartlett Kobert B. (Garrett & Bartlett) r. 36 

Moss 
Bartlett Thomas, yardman Occidental Hotel, 

r 26 Natoma 
Bartlett W. A., adjuster, 130 Post 
Bartlett Washington, real estate broker, 12 

Montgomery, r. 1104 Market 
Bartlett Wm., butcher with James Lintott, r. 

Linden av 
Bartlett Wm. P., compositor Jolly Giant, r. 

13 O'Farrell 
Bartlett Wm. S., teller National Gold Bank 

and Trust Co., r. Oakland 
Bartley Chas., grainer, r. 125 Dora 
Bartley Frederick, machinist, r. 125 Dora 
Bartley Geo., lab Pac. Rolling Mills, r. ws. 

Louisiana nr Shasta 
Bartley Geo., molder, r. 125 Dora 
Bartley Purdy F., live stock, r. ne. cor Pa- 
cific and Sansome 
Bartley Thos., boilermkr, r. 125 Dora 
Bartling A Kimball (Wm. Bartling 
and Henry Kimball) bookbinders and 
blankbook mnfrs, 505 Clay 
Bartling H., stock operator, r. 730 ShotwoU 
Bartling Wm. (Bartling & Kimball) r. Oak- 
land 
Bartmann Ferdinand, carptr with Albert A» 

Snyder, r. 729 Grove 
Bartmann John A., junk dealer, r. 206 Beale 
Bartnet Thos., porter, r. 26 Natoma 
Barto Plarrison ^Spaulding & Barto) r. 16 

Reed 
Barto Mary, widow, r. 2 Caroline pi 



Bartol Chas. F., salesman with Kohler, Cha^e 

& Co., r. 512 Bush 
Bartolacci Sebastiana, charcoalmkr, r. 518 

Vallejo 
Bartollo Badetto, lab, r. es. Old San Jos^ 

Road nr Industrial School 
Bartolomeo Cordn, milker, r. sw. cor Gam- 
bridge and Bacon 
Bartolomeo Peirano, cook with F. Pescia, r. 

723 Sansome 
Bartolomeo Peiramo, marblepolisher with C. 

Bianchi, Union pi 
Barton & Brooks (Willard T. Barton and L. 
M. Brooks) stockbrokers, 417 California 
Barton A. D., brassfinisher with W. T. Gar- 

ratt, r. 518 Chestnut 
Barton Benj. F. (B. F. Barton & Co.) r. Ala- 
meda 
Barton B. F. & Co. (Benj. F. Barton) Pio- 
neer Salt Wks, 211-213 Sacramento 
Barton Chas. C, elk with Dunham, Carrigan 

& Co., r. 230 Clara 
Barton David L., capitalist, r. 16 Elliott Park 
Barton Ed., r. 214 Powell 
Barton F., cook str Constance 
Barton Geo., engineer, r. 418 Brannan 
Barton Henry, farmer, r. Excelsior Hotel 
Barton Hewit, stonecutter, r. ns. California 

bet Baker and Broderick 
Barton James, shoemkr, 819 Battery 
Barton J. H., r. 638 Howard 
Barton John, painter, r. 64 Minna 
Burton John, waiter Palace Hotel 
Barton John, pres Union Pac. Salt Co., r. 

Alameda 
Barton Lee M., bkpr, r. 16 Elliott Park 
Barton Phineas W., elk Firemens' Fund 

Ins. Co., r. Alameda 
Barton Polly, widow, r. 500 Eddy 
Barton Robert, mining engineer, 17 Nevada 

blk, r. 1116 Bush 
Barton Robert P., painter, r. 1232 Union 
Barton Thos. J., physician, 14 Eddy 
Barton Thos. S., bkpr with N. B. Edgerly & 

Co., r. 1135% Pacific 
Barton Willard T. (Barton & Brooks) sales- 
man with Pac. Salt Co., r. Palace Hotel 
Barton Wm., depty tax collector, r. 1232 

Union 
Barton Wm., band sawyer with Wm. Reese, 

r. 1420 Pacific 
Barton Wm., painter, r. 1232 Union 
Barton Wm. D., dairyman, r. 1232 Union 
Barton Wm. E., broker, r. 212 Powell 
Barton Wm. H., stock dealer, r. 2428 Bu- 
chanan 
Barton Wm. W., 'w-ith J. J. Herr, r. 2428 Bu- 
chanan 
Barton — , r. 1901 Hyde 
Bartram John, salesman with Stange & 

Hink, r. 88 Everett 
Bartrand Josejih, waiter, r. 620 Washington 
Baruch Frederick, salesman with Buyer, 

Reich & Co., r. 535% O'Farrell 
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Baruch Pauline, widow, midwife, r. 252 

Minna 
Baruch Simon, salesman with Samuel Les- 

zj'nsky fc Bros., r. 212 Sutter 
Baruh David W., bkpr Jersey Farm Dairy, 

r. 350 Tehama 
Baruh Moses, salesman with Ackerman 

Bros., r. 1002 Geary 
Barut August, collector with Norbert Landry 
Barut Raymond, butcher, 1402 Stockton 
Baruth Ernst, groceries, sw. cor Fillmore and 

Post 
Baruth Henry, elk with E. Baruth, r. sw. cor 

Fillmore and Post 
Baruth P. Wm., groceries, nw. cor Sutter & 

Hyde 
Barwell C, steward J. Reagan's restaurant 
Barz August, blacksmith with C. Oester, r. 

Mission bet 15th and 16th 
Basalt Company (The) George C. Potter 

pres, Frank L. Palmer sec, 302 Cal 
Basch L. & Co. (Leopold Basch and R. S. 

Lawrence) proprs Hotel Gazette, 434 

Montgomery 
Basch Leopold (L. Basch & Co.) r. Prescott 

House 
Basch Rosa Mrs., saloon, 69 Sacramento 
Baschman Hem-y, elk Continental Hotel 
Bascom D., r. 2520 Sutter 
Bascom Frederick A., machinist S. P.R. R., 

r. 118 Shotwell 
Bascombe A. Miss, dressmkr, r. 32 Turk 
Basendorn Michael, jigsawyer, r. 327 Beale 
Basford Howard M., carptr, r. 18 Taylor 
Basford Jacob, stockbroker, r. 2133 Bush 
Basford W. L., policeman, r. cor Bush and 

Fillmore • 
Bash Henry, tailor, r. 442 Natoma 
Bash Hyman, tailor, 2 Bryan pi, r. 442 

Natoma 

Bash Samuel, stockbroker, r. 2 Zoe 
Bashford Levi (L. Bashford & Co., Prescott, 

Ar.) r. 1104 Market 
Basil Francisca, widow, r. 1 Sonoma pi 
Basilauski Alphonse, fruits, 1427 Dupont 
Basilio Domenici, tailor, 1335 Dupont 
Basker David R., porter, 50'J Kearny, r. 7 

Geary 
Baskerville John, cabinetu<kr, r. Excelsior 

Hotel 

Basler Geo. A., painter, r. 29 Pearl 
Basondorf Katie, domestic, 115 Eddy 
Basque Charles, servant, 301 Lombard 
Bass John, cigarpkr with Lange & Schefifer, 

r. 207 Montgomery av 
Bass Louise H. Miss, tailoress, r. 8 Hubbard 
Bass Thos. J. (T. J. Bass & Co.) r. se. 15th 

and Noe 
Bass T. J. & Co. (Thos. J. Bass) paints 

oils and varnishers 26 Geary 
Bassart Chas. E., master mariner, r. 8 Rin- 

con av 
Basse Thos., mcht 526 California, r. Bremen 
Bassen Joachim, maltster with Spreclea & 

Co., r. 75 Everett 



Bassett — , boxmaker with Hobbs, Pomeroy 

<fe Co, r. German Hotel 
Bassett A. C, supt. S.P.R.R., r. 421 Bryant 
Bassett Chas. F. & Co. (Chas. F. Bassett) 

prod and com, 304 Davis 
Bassett Chas. F. (Chas. F. Bassett & Co.) 

r. 1630 Mission 
Bassett Frank, night inspector Custom 

House, r. 21 Oak Grove av 
Bassett Frank W., gasfitter, r. cor Eleventh 

and Minna 
Bassett Frederick P., carptr, r. 1406% Polk 
Bassett Harry C, elk Real Estate Advance, 

r. Oakland 
Bassett Henry D., salesman with John Kent- 
field & Co., pier 9, Steuart 
Bassett Henry W., with Hobbs, Pomeroy »fe 

Co., r. 14% Oak Grove av 
Bassett J. B., baggage master S. P. R. R., r. 

Morton House 
Bassett Joseph, prod com mcht, 221-223 

Clay, r. Fruit Vale 
Bassett Madison H., teamster, r. 121 Ninth 
Bassett M. L., carptr, r. 414 Pacific 
Bassett N. Mrs., r. 21 Oak Grove av 
Bassett S. L., adjuster U. S. Mint 
Bassett Wm. F., elk U. S. Paymaste'r Dept, 

r. 214 Powell 
Bassi Joseph, r. 020 Post 
Bassi Louis, boilermkr with Moynihan <fe 

Aitken, r. 616 Post 
Bassignauo Peter F., expressman with James 

O'Neill, r. 520 Seventh 
Bassillio Joseph, engineer Black Diamond 

Coal Co., r. cor Union and Calhoun 
BassiniB., extramau Engine No. 3, S. F. Fire 

Dept, r. 1327 California 
Bassini B., meter man S. F. Gaslight Co., r. 

Oakland 
Bassitt Martin E., miner, r. 215 Kearny 
Bassity James E., plasterer, r. 113 Jones 
Basso Salvatore, lab, r. es. Old San Jos^ 

Road ur Islais Creek 
Bast E., builder, r. 108 Valparaiso 
Bastheim Joseph, with Einstein Bros. & Co., 

r. 1509 Gough 
Bastian Benedict, tailor, r. 1112 Kearny 
Basto F. 0., dentist, 1522 Jackson 
Basto Stephen, lab, r. es. Old San Jos^ 

Road nr Islais Creek 
Baston Abner F., expressman with Kohler, 

Chase & Co., r. 1026 McAllister 
Baston Joseph B., salesman with Waterbouse 

& Lester, r. 1026 McAllister 
Bastow Benj., shipwright, r. 324 Beale 
Batavia Pedro, hairdresser, 1016 Stockton, 

r. 1208 Mason 
Batch E. G., shoemkr with Buckingham A 

Hecht, r. 945 Twenty-first 
Batchelder Frank J., cik American Clock 

Co.. r. nil Pacific 
Batchelder Levi L., stevedore, r. 1026 Clay 
Batchelder N. R., physician, r. ne. cor Jack- 
son and Drumm 
Batchelder Wm. H., carijtr, r.. 114 Austin 



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Batchelder W. H. jr., butcher, r. 114 Austin 
Batchelor Edward Payson (late 

prosecuting attorney and justice of the 

peace) atty-at-law, 7 Montgomery blk, 

r. The Windsor 
Batchelor — , elk Bulletin, r. 1103 Powell 
Batchlor Henry, carptr, r. 116 Ninth 
Bateman Isaac C, capitalist, 419 California, 

rms 7-9, r. 555 Harrison 
Bateman Joseph E., carptr, r. 88. Green 

bet Octavia and Gough 
Bateman Michael C, real estate, r. 1912 

Pacific av 
Bateman Miles, carptr Enterprise Planing 

Mills, r. 231 Stevenson 
Bateman W., cabinetmkr with Kemp & 

Hoffman, r. 1231 Howard 
Bateman Wm. A., milk dairy, 353 Tehama, 

r. cor Market and Stockton 
Batersbee Frederick, wheelwright, r. 724 

Brannan 
Bates Alfred, teacher, r. 712 Bush 
Bates Catherine M., widow, r. 764 Harrison 
Bates C M., visiting physician City and 

County Hospital, 224 Kearny, r. 127 

Kearny 
Bates Courtien Piatt, dentist, 137 Montgom- 
ery, r. Berkeley 
Bates Daniel S., night inspector Custom 

House, r. 113 Eleventh 
Bates Dudley C. (S. B. Boswell & Co.) r. 

1705 Octavia 
Bates Edward K., bootmkr, r. 1124 Market 
Bates Eugene J., bkpr with Crane & Brig- 
ham, r. 764 Harrison 
Bates Frederick, shoemkr, r. 120 Park av 
Bates Geo., atty-at-law, r. 1010 Powell 
Bates Geo., prin. University School, r. 1404 

Van Ness av 
Bates H. F., elk with S. Mosgrove & Co., 

r. 546 Mission 
Bates James, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Bates James W., painter with Hopps & 

Sons, r. 25 Hunt 
Bates Joseph C, atty-at-law, 434 Califor- 
nia, rm 9, r. 2520 Clay 
Battes J. S., sexton Giboth 01am Cemetery, 

r. cor 24th and Vicksburg 
Bates Kate E., widow, lodgings, 546 Mission 
Bates Marshall, r. 706 California 
Bates Michael, porter with Murphy, Grant 

& Co., r. 43 Natoma 
Bates Morris U. (Bates, Woods & Co.) r. 

916 Jackson 
Bates Walter, lab, r. Philadelphia House 
Bates Wm., street contractor, r. 23 M 
BateN, Woods & Co. (Morris U. Bates 

and Charles Woods) proprs and pubs 

daily Commercial News, 423 Wash 
Bateson Maria, widow, r. 7 Clementina 
Batey David, carptr, r. 26 Turk 
Bathell T. W., policeman, r. 13 Fifth av 
Barthslow Wm., porter Palace Hotel barber 
shop, r. 112 Virginia 



Bathurst E. W., student, r. se. cor Mission 
and 14th 

Bathsere John, cook Cosmopolitan restau- 
rant, r. 1116 Bryant 

Batt Henry, cigarmkr, r. 590 Stevenson 

Batt Jacob, saloon, 135 Post, r. 590 Stev 

Battalora P., glazier, r. 1413 Dupont 

Battams Wm.. salesman with W. W. Mon- 
tague & Co., r. Occidental Hotel 

Battelheim Aaron S., r. 1311 Larkin 

Batten & MuUan (Sampson Batten and 
Michael Mullen) stoneyard, cor Point 
Lobos and Masonic avs 

Batten Sampson (Batten & Mullen) r. bs. 
California bet Broderick and Baker 

Batter Bertha, domestic, nw. cor Vallejo and 
Leavenworth 

Battersby Capt, geologist, r. Overland House 

Battersby James, watchmkr, 737 Mission, 
r. 709 Mission 

Batterj'-st U. S. Bonded Warehouse, Geo. 
C. Bode, propr, nw. cor Filbert and Bat, 

Battery-st Wharf, cor Battery and Green- 
wich 

Batteux Catherine, widow, r. 106 Park av 

Battles Sarah J., dressmkr, r. 1229 Union 

Battista Giovanni, lab, r. es. San Jose 
Road nr St. Mary's College 

Battiste John, cattle driver with M. Selig, r. 
Spreens's First av Exchange, S. S. F. 

Battles ct Gilleran (Luke Battles and Ed- 
ward Gilleran) groceries, 241 Fourth 

Battles Albert, carptr, r. 1256 Bryant 

Battles John, propr King-st House, 3 King 

Battles Joseph, tailor, r. 8 St. Charles pi 

Battles Luke (Battles & Gilleran) r. nw. cor 
Fourth and Clementina 

Battles Ward, student Heald's Business Col- 
lege, r. 1109 Post 

Battles Wm. W., mcht, r. 1109 Post 

Batts Mary, domestic, 1105 Taj'lor 

Battu Hippolyte, painter with J. Sullivan, 
r. 1112 Hyde 

Battu Hippolyte jr., painter, r. 1112 Hyde 

Battu Z. Mrs., r. 1112 Hyde 

Batturs Edward T., general manager with 
Frank G. Edwards, r. 521 Leavenworth 

Batturs Samuel A., upholsterer with Frank 
G. Edwards, r. 515 Leavenworth 

Banch August, teamster, r. cor Utah and El 
Dorado 

Bauch Peter G., Custom House broker, 500 
Battery, r. 719 Union 

Bauchou Bernard, gardener, r. Mountain 
•Lake, Presidio 

Band Frank« brass foundry, 522 Fulton 

Baud John, stevedore, r. 29 Alta 

Baudereta M. & M. Co. (Mariposa Co. Cal.) 
J. W. Tripp sec, 408 California, rm 14 

Baudmont Eugenie, r. 831 Greenwich 

Baudouin August, patternmkr Pac. Iron 
Wks, r. 328 Minna 

Bauer & Smith (Christian Bauer and Philip 
Smith) milk ranch, cor Greenwich and 
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Bauer Abram (Bauer, Tobriner & Co.) r. 

Paris 
Bauer Adolph C, waiter with H. Bernhamer, 

r. 61-4 Natoma 
Bauer Augusta, domestic, 420 Kearny 
Bauer Chas., carptr, r. G14 Natoma 
Bauer Chas., policeman, r. 717 Clementina 
Bauer Chas. A., wines and liquors, 

1143 Mission 
Bauer Christian (Bauer & Smith) r. cor 

Greenwich and Lyon 
Bauer Emile, mugr S. F. News Co., r. 1838 

Geary 
Bauer Frank, teamster with F. & J. N. 

Stand, r. William Tell House 
Bauer Geo., boarding, lOK Dupont 
Bauer Geo., machinist, r. 725)^ Broadway 
Bauer Gustavus A., canvasser with Victor S. 

M. Co., r. 706% Natoma 
Bauer H., upholsterer with Frank G, Ed- 
wards, r. 1511 California 
Bauer Herman, lab, r. ss. Grove nr Noe 
Bauer Jacob, butcher with Jacob Tautphaus, 

r. 1121 Howard 
Bauer John (Chapman & Co.) r. 220 

Fillmore 
Bauer John, cutler with M. Price, r. German 

Hotel 
Bauer John J., cabinetmkr, r. 782 Harrison 
Bauer Jordan A., druggist, 101 Post, r. 510 

Post 
Bauer Joseph, r. 1042 Folsom 
Bauer Joseph, lab Cal. Sugar Refineiy, r. 

nw. cor Eighth and Brannan 
Bauer Louis, elk with S. Bauer, r. 532 Turk 
Bauer Louis, foreman with A. Waldsteiu, r. 

27 Fifth av 
Bauer L., stonemason, r. cor Vallejo and 

Gough 
Bauer Moses elk with Bauer, Tobriner & Co., 

r. 532 Turk 
Bauer Otto, r. 202 Seventh 
Bauer Otto, elk with Michalitschke Bros., r. 

31 John 
Bauer Peter, r. 1321% Stockton 
Bauer S., brtdr Cafe de L'Univers, r. Paris 

House 
Bauer Samuel, fancy goods, 410 Kearny, r. 

532 Turk 
Bauer, Tobriner A. Co. (Abram Bauer 

and Miitthew Tobriner) impts fancy 

goods, 547 Market 
Bauer Wui. J., stockbroker, 436 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1042 Folsom 
Bauers Chas., saloon, 717 Davis, r. 38 Jack- 
son, rear 
Bauers Leonard, cabinetmkr, r. 54 Jessie 
Baugh Lucifine Miss, r. 25 South Park 
Baugh Theo. E., r. 25 South Park 
Baughn Mauford. broommkr with L. Van» 

laak, r. 223 Fifteenth 
Baukins Burrell R., carptr, r. ss. 15th nr 

Castro 
Baulsir Nimrod (Richard C. Hanson & Co.) 

r. 1332 Washington 



Baum Chas. (Chas. Baum and Chas. Edward 

Heiser)8hip and Custom House brokers, 

510 Battery 
Baum Chas. (Chas. Baum) and consul Ar- 
gentine Republic, off 510 Battery 
Baum David A., elk Liverpool and London 

and Globe Ins. Co., r. 612 Bush 
Baum Frederick, r. 232 Jessie 
Baum Gustave jr., furniture and carpets, 

740 Washington, r. 1715 Larkin 
Baum Gustave, with G. Baum jr., r. 1715 

Larkin 
Baum Hyman, elk with G. Baum jr., r. 1715 

Larkin 
Baum J. & Co. (Julius Baum, Morris and 

Henry Shrier) imps, mnfrs and whole 

dealers in mens', youths' and boys' 

clothing. 521-523 Market 
Baum J. T., carptr, r. 524 Eddy 
Baum Julius (J. Baum & Co.) r. 1111 Van 

Ness av 
Baum Mary, dressmkr, r, 18 Guy pi 
Baum N. (Dennery & Baum) 208 Sutter 
Baum Simon & Co. (Simon Baum) imps 

furnishing goods, 217-219 Pine 
Baum Simon (Simon Baum & Co.) r. 303% 

Turk 
Baum Wm., brtdr with Radovich & Uh- 

landt, r. 331 Kearny 
Bauman Anton, milker with W. Schlothan, r. 

ws. Minnesota bet Napa and Sierra 
Bauman Chas., chairmkr with Heywood 

Bros. & Co., r. 735 Vallejo 
Bauman Chas., tailor, r. 1817 Powell 
Bauman Herman, saloon, r. 119% O'FaiTell 
Bauman Joseph, coojjer with Michelssen, 

Brown & Co. 
Bauman Joseph, milker, r. se. cor 16th av 

and I, S. S. F. 
Bauman Moses, jobber, r. Fourth nr Howard 
Bauman P., dairyman, ns. Francisco bet 

Webster and Bay 
Baumann H. H., agt, 502 Montgomery, r. 

San Mateo Co. 
Baumann John, musician, r. 707 McAllister 
Baumann Joseph, butcher, r. 27% White pi 
Baumann Sigmund, salesman with Levi 

Strauss & Co., r. 505 Post 
Baumann Wm., machinist with Walkiugton 

«fe Wagner, r. 253 Jessie 
BaumbergL-r James, bkpr with Breeze & 

Lougbran, r. sw. cor Octavia and Hickory 
BannieiHter A Bccklor (John Bau- 

meister and Conrad Beckler) proprs Har^ 

mony Hall saloon, ne. cor Post and 

Kearny 
Baumeister B. H. (Shell & Baumeister) r. 13 

Verona 
Baumeister Fred. (Ruh & Baumeister) r, 22 

Stockton pi 
Baumeister J. George, wood turning, 217 

Mission, r. 3 Freelon 
Baumeister John (Baumeister & Beckler) r. 

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Bdiimeister Joseph, tanner with Anton 
Krieg, r. es. San Bruno Road bet 2Gth 
and '27th 

Baumgard Henry, molder Empire Foundry, 
r. 347 Jessie 

Baumgardner E. M. Mrs., viceprin Denman 
Grammar School, r. 703 Taylor 

Baumgardner Peter, maltster Philadelphia 
Brewery, r. 232 Second 

Baumgardner S. J., stock speculator, r. 421 
O'Farrell 

Baumgarten Chas., (Ullmann & Co.) r. 
Paris, France » 

Baumgarten Geo., saddler, r. 511 Green 

Baumgarten J., shoemkr, 418 Fourth, r. 18 
Clara 

Baumgarten Joseph, with M. Ullmann & Co., 
r. 23 Kearny 

Baumgartner John, milker with J. Shepston, 
r. sw. cor 26th and San Jos^ av 

Baumgartner V. & Co. (Valentine Baum- 
gartner) mnfrs smoking tobacco, 23 
Seventh 

Baumgartner Valentine (V. Baumgartner & 
Co.) r. 126 Seventh 

Baumster Alfred, draughtsman U. S. Sur- 
veyor General's oflElce, r. Alameda 

Bann Gaspar, groceries, ss. 18th nr Hartford 

Baup John Marie, butcher with P. Husson, 
r. Seventh nr R. R. av, S. S. F. 

Baur John Geo., cabinetmkr S. F, Furn. 
Factory, r. 512 Fourth 

Baurhyte Wm., elk with Woods & Freeborn, 
r. 13 Van Ness av 

Bausman Wm., journalist Call, r. 552 Minna 

Bauten Frank, tailor, r. Bush nr Stockton 

Bautz Leon, with Chas. Rhiners, r. 1117^/^ 
Kearny 

Bauville Mary, widow, furnished rooms, 531 
Mission 

Bavaria Brewery, Frauenholz & Co. proprs, 
Mont, av bet Vallejo and Green 

Bawden W. G. (T. W. Croudace & Co.) r. 
Lick House 

Bawer Jacob, shoemkr, r. 42 Jessie 

Bawler John, r. 323 Larkin 

Baxter Chas. E. A., elk, r. 322 Turk 

Baxter Edward H. (Crane & Brigham) r. 
1109 Howard 

Baxter Eugene, waiter Bay Exchange Sa- 
loon, 1017 Battery 

Baxter F. C, photographer retoucher with 
I. W. Taber & Co., r. 204 Ellis 

Baxter Geo., lab Pac. Rolling Mills, r. ne. 
cor Sierra and Louisana 

Baxter Hall W., cashier with Crane & Brig- 
ham, r. 613 Hayes 

Baxter James, r. Montgomery Hotel 

Baxter James, engineer, r. 34 Louise 

Baxter James, seaman, r. 233 Steuart 

Baxter John, painter, r. 19th bet Folsom 
and Howard 

Baxter Joseph P., policeman, r. 915 Union 

Baxter Mary, domestic, 2732 Folsom 

Baxter Patrick, lab, r. 521 Seventh 



Baxter Thomas, porter with Foley & Jones, 

r. es. Seventh bet Bryant and Brannan 
Baxter Wm. H., agt, off 436 Montgomery, 

r. 1616 Clay 
Baxter Wm. S., elk Pac. Ref. and Bullion 

Ex., res Oakland 
Bay Brewery, Weyand & Kasche proprs, 

612-616 Seventh 
Bay City Soda Water Co., James McEwen 

pres, Cephas Turner vice-pres, John 

McKenzie sec, John Qrennan supt, off 

and factory 87-89 Stevenson 
Bay District Fair Ground Assn, Thos. W. 

Hinchman sec, off 317 Montgomery 
Bay Exchange, John Bottolma propr, 1017 

Battery 
Bay Oyster House, Althof Bros, proprs, 626 

Market 
Bay Sugar Refinery, Hermann Mees* 

pres, Peter Meyer sec, sw cor Union 

and Battery 
Bay View Distilleiy, L, C. Louderback 

propr, bet 18th and 19th and G and H, 

S. S. F. 
Bay View Hotise, sw. cor 24th and R. R. av, 

3. S. F. 
Bay View Nursery, J. Gaubert propr, 619 

Sacramento 
Bay Warehouse, John Melville propr, ws. 

Sansome bet Greenwich and Lombard 
Bayer Julius, brewery. 6 Herron 
Biiyer Louisa Mrs., saloon, 16 Clay, r. 32 

Clay 
Bayersdorf Wm., elk, r. Coso House 
Bayle John, tripe, 70 Cal. Market, r. 5th av, 

S. S. F. 
Bayless G. B., compositor Chronicle 
Bayless Wm. H., architect, 106 Leidesdorff, 

r. 8 Geneva 
Bayless Wm., elk, r. 24 Verona 
Bay ley C. A., wines, liquors, cigars and to- 
bacco, 659 Clay, r. 813 Broadway 
Bayley Edward A., salesman with Chas. 

Otto, r. 411 Green 
Bayley Geo. B., note teller The Nevada Bank 

of San Francisco, r. Oakland 
Bayley Simeon S., purchasing agt with Dean 

& Sutherland, r. 603 Buchanan 
Bayley Wilbur F., fruits, etc., 740 Bdwy 
Baylis Joseph, draughtsman with Dewey & 

Co., r. 8 Geneva 
Bayly Chas. A., apothecary, se. cor Howard 

and Sixth 
Bayma Joseph Rev., clergyman St. Ignatius' 

College, 841 Market 
Bayn Mark, lab, r. 762 Brannan 
Bayreuther, Amelia, widow, lodgings, 253 

Stevenson 
Bayreuther Gustave, with P. Abrahamson, 

r. 253 Stevenson 
Bays John, contractor, r. Wildey bet Bush 

and Pine 
Bazan F., physician and surgeon, 1633 Mis 
Bazar Thos., r. 546 Folsom 
Baze Henry, brtdr, r. 745 Market 



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Baziadoly August, porter Cal. House, r. G26 

California 
Bazil John Gonzales, milker with William 

Lauge, r. sw. cor Carroll and Cole 
Bazin L. Mrs., teacher Infant School, r. 

1639 Mission 
Bazues John, brtdr with Yacinto Giles, r. 

1115 Stockton 
Bazus John, r. 1115 Stockton 
Bazus — Mrs., dressmkr, r. 1115 Stockton 
Bazzuro Frank, restaurant, 105 Pacific 
Beach & Paxton G. & S. M. Co., (Storey 

Co. Nev.) M. Landers sec, 2 Nev. blk 
Beach Baldwin, cavptr, r. 1039 Folsom 
Beach C. A., widow, r. Grand Hotel 
Beach Chas. J., carptr, r. '218 Eighteenth 
Beach Chilion, bookseller and stationer, 5 

Mont., r. Grand Hotel 
Beach C. W., sec. Pac. Beclamation Co, 

and Roberts Dredge and Sewering Co., 

65 Nevada blk, r. Oakland 
Beach Frank E., commercial traveler, r. 

lluss House 
Beach Gardner E., tel operator, r. 544 

Natoma 
Beach Geo. D., teamster Cal. Paint Co., 

115 Pine 
Beach Henry H., accountant with Wellman, 

Peck (t Co., r. Brooklyn 
Beach Horace, cashier U. S. Mint, r. 534 

Bush 
Beach J. G., decorator, r. 230 Tyler 
Beach John A., brtdr with Geo. Green, r. 

1106 Mason 
Beach Joseph G., fruit dealer, r. cor Sutter 

and Dupout 
Beach Thos. P., mining sec, 84 Mont- 
gomery blk, r. 810 Mission 
Beach Tyler, pres Cal. Paint Co., 115 Pine, 

r. San Jose 
Beach Zilphie, widow, r. 1324 Jackson 
Beacon Peter, shipwright, r. 573 Howard 
Beadley Asa M., porter with Cal. Furn. 

Mufg Co.,r. 709 Taylor 
Beadon John, seaman, r. 114 Fourth 
Beadle Donald, r. nw. cor Lagnua and Fulton 
Beagle Frank M., carptr, r. 1225 Filbert 
Beahan John, butcher with Jas. Nelson, r. 

cor Dolores and 16th. 
Beahn Thos. M., porter, r. 2507 Mission 
Beakley Absolom, cane worker, 5 Mills pi 
Beakley J. S., physician, 118 Post 
Beal, C. B., atty-at-law, r. 78 Clementina 
Beal Samuel, mattrass maker, 575-577 Mis- 
sion, r. 2526 Clay 
Beal Wm. B., coal and wood, 195 Stevenson, 

r. Oakland 
Beal Wm. T. (J. H. Maloue & Co.) r. Oak- 
laud 
Beal — Mrs., housekeeper, r. 6 Perry 
Beale C. C, atty-at-law, r. 715 Howard 
Beale John J., machinist with Walkington & 

Wagner, r. 555 Natoma 
Beale Richard (Wm. Beale & Sou) r. 555 

Natoma 



Beale Street Mills, Holland & Rupp' 

proprs, uw. cor Beale and Mission 
Beale-st Warehouse, John McHugh propr, 

nw. cor Beale and Bryant 
Beale Wm. (Wm. Beale & Son) r. 555 Na- 
toma 
Beale Wm,, coppersmith with Geo. H. Tay 

& Co., r. 127 Fourth 
Beale Wm. & Son (Wm. and Richard Beale) 

marble warerooms, 950 Mission 
Beales J. T., sec Cal. Stock Exchange Board, 

r. 1017 Sutter 
Beali James M., elk, r. 775 Harrison 
Beall S. W., observer U. S. Signal Service, 

r. 42 Merchant's Exchange 
Beals Caroline R., widow, teacher Girls' High 

School, r. 923 Powell 
Beals Chas. W., reporter Post, r. 2101 Cal 
Beals E. C, widow, r. 714 Howard 
Beals Edwd. C, with Williams, Blanchard 

& Co., r. 2101 California 
Beals Edwd., wood carver, r. 714 Howard 
Beals G. C, carptr, r. 4 Hardie pi 
Beals Heury Channiug, editor Com- 
mercial Herald, r. 2101 Cal 
Beals John P., printer with M. Gray, r. 

Alameda 
Bealsey Wm., gardener, r, ns. Chestnut bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Beam J. David, cabinetmkr, with J. A. 

Shaber & Co., r. 210 Stevenson 
Beam John McCalla, druggist, r. Alta House 
Beam Peter G., agt Mich. Cent. R. R, 140 

Montgomery, r. Occidental Hotel 
Beaman Theodore, lab, r. 305 Stevenson 
Beamish Abraham, lab, r. 1019 Market 
Beamish Edward, hostler Market-st R, K,, 

r. Market bet Sixth and Seventh 
Beamish John, shoemkr, r. 714 Grove 
Beamish Percy, gouts' furnishing goods, 693 

Market and 1 Third, r. 2130 Howard 
Beamont James, steward str Express 
Bean A. A., supt S. F. and N. P. R. R., oflf 

426 Montgomery, r. Petaluma 
Bean David F., porter with Haas Bros., r, 5 

Middle 
Bean E. F., dpty U. S. Marshal, r. 44 Third 
Bean G., cooper, r. 10'.» Tehama 
Bean Geo. W., sailmkr with Harding & 

Braun, r. 1607 Powell 
Bean Geo. H., lab, r. pier 13 Steuart 
Bean Henry, stevedore with S, H, Harmon, 

r. pier 13 Steuart 
Bean James R.. canvasser, r. 464 Natoma 
Bean John, plasterer, r. 1333^^ Natoma 
Beau Redmond, stevedore, pier 17 Steuart, r, 

112 Tehama 
Beau Simon, master mariner, r, 12 Clay 
Bean Thomas, with Cal. Chem, Works, r. 

San Bruno Road nr 25th 
Beau Wesley P., upholsterer with Cal. Furn. 

Mufg Co., r. 8 Oak 
Bean Wm. clerk, r, 1524 Stockton 
Bean Win., drayman with Petersen & Co,, 

r. 35 Park av 



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Bean Wm., painter, r. 2117 Market 
Bean Wm. F., clerk, r. Occidental Hotel 
Beane J. W., carpenter with Cal. Mills, r. 

404 Third 
Beanston Goo., sec. Board of Education, r. 

13 Yerba Buena 
Beanston Jeanette, widow, r. 13 Yerba Buena 
Beanston Peter, blacksmith with Carvill 
Mnfg Co., r. es. Webster bet Ellis and 
O'Farrell 
Bear Cammile, elk, r. 538 Natoma 
Bear S., money and stockbroker, 140 Mont- 
gomery, r. 614 Sutter 
Beard Alfred, with Call, r. 457 Jessie 
Beard, Chas. C, ins. agt., r. 810 Howard 
Beard Geo., elk, r. 54 First 
Beard Geo., stevedore, r. Greenwich bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Beardsley & Cochran (Jas. S. Beardsley and 
John T. Cochran) com mchts, 211 Clay 
Beardsley Geo. P., plumber and gasfitter 

with T. Day, r. 613 Third 
Beardsley Jas., engineer Pac. Com. Co., r. 

ne. cor Franklin and Fulton 
Beardsley James S. (Beardsley & Cochran) 

r. Oakland 
Beardsley John H., accountant, 636 Clay, 

rm 5, r. 910 Taylor 
Beardsley Paul F., stock broker, 316 Mont- 
gomery, r. 821 Bush 
Beardsley S. A., purser stmr Great Republic, 

r. Occidental Hotel 
Beardsley Sophia, widow, r. 631 Geary 
Bearer Gertie E., with Buckingham & 

Hecht, r. cor 24th and Vicksburg 
Bearne Bartholomew, groceries, 41 Jessie 
Bearneas Frederick, special police- 
man, r. sw. cor Beale and Bryant 
Bearwald Jacob, compositor with E. Bosqui 

<fe Co., r. Clementina ur Eighth 
Beasey Wm. H., painter with James Dono- 
van, r. 51 Tehama 
Beasey Joseph, painter, r. 51 Tehama 
Beasley E. C., prin. Harvard School, r. 423 

Harrison 
Beasley Mathew, expressman, r. 1125 Turk 
Beasley P. S,, salesman with A. J. Griffith, 

r. 1115 Jones 
Beasley Wm., gardener, r, cor Taylor and 

Chestnut 
Beasley — , molder Union Iron Wks 
Beathye H., musician, r. 868 Folsom 
Beatie J. W,, conductor, r. 931 Folsom 
Beatie Walter C, elk Dewey & Co., r. 931 

Folsom 
Beaton Angus, shipwright, r. 062 ^'^ Bryant 
Beaton Daniel, driver N. B. and M. R. R., 

r. cor Fourth and Folsom 
Beaton John J., shipwright with Middlemas 

& Boole, r. 10 Louisa 
Beatty Calvin, plasterer, r. ^27 Mont, av 
Beatty Chas., painter, r. Overland House 
Beatty Christopher, driver Wheeler & Wil- 
son Mnfg Co., r. Sac. nr Broderick 



Beatty David jr., student Heald's Business 

College, r. 259 Stevenson 
Beatty James, hide house and teamster, cor 

7th av and N. r. 10th av nr M, S. S. F. 
Beatty James, salesman, r. 31 Eleventh 
Beatty J. F., student Heald's Business Col- 
lege, r. 259 Stevenson 
Beatty J. J., house and sign painter, 749 

Mission 
Beatty John, cabiuetmkr, with Strahan Bros. 

& Co., r. 121 Seventh 
Beatty Patrick, mattrassmkr with F. S. 

Chadbourne & Co., r. 531% O'Farrell 
Beatty Ralph T., lab, r. 569 Chestnut 
Beatty Rebecca, laundress Grand Hotel 
Beatty Samuel, shoemakr with Porter Op- 

penheimer & Slessinger, r. 343 Jessie 
Beatty Samuel J., r. 309 Jones 
Beatty Wm., seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Beattye Peter, hostler, r. 110 Washington 
Beatun David, seaman, r. ne. cor Jackson 

and Drumm 
Beaty W. J., carriages, nw. cor Kearny and 

Bush 
Beauce C. Mrs., dressmaking and fancy 

goods, 1319 Stockton 
Beauchamp Fred., salesman with S. Bine, r. 

12% Sherman 
Beauchamp Geo. W., salesman with R. 

Cohnreich, r. 114 O'Farrell 
Beauchamp O., carpt. r. 90 Ninth 
Beaugh W. W., ship's clerk, r. 326 Sansome 
Beauharnais Eugene, with O. B. Fenner, r. 

1206 Stockton 
Beaujardin T. J., prof, music, r. 823 Bdwy 
Beauman Louis W., dealer iron, steel, heavy 

hardware and hardwood lumber, 123 

California, rm 35, r. 921 Powell 
Beaumont 9Iyroii H., solicitor milita- 
ry and naval claims, 321 Washington, r. 

Moore House 
Beauregard Wm., with Pac. Rolling Mills 
Beauxis Jean, baker, r. 1513 Dupont 
Beaveu Chas. W., plasterer, 923% Folsom 
Beaver Geo. L., law student, r. 1300 Taylor 
Beaver Geo. W., supt Frear Stone Wks, 414 

California, r. 1300 Taylor 
Beaver Henry, lab, r. 11 Ritch 
Beaver M. Co. (Cornucopia Dist. Nev.) W. 

G. Hughes sec, 314 Montgomery, rm 6 
Beaver Samuel E., receiving teller Bank Cal- 
ifornia, r. 005 California 
Beaver ly John A., elk with Terwilliger & 

Fink, r. 1006 Lombard 
Beban Rocco, coffee saloon, se. cor Dupont 

and Broadway, r. 1313 Kearny 
Bebe — , printer, r. 111% Minna 
Bebee G. W., widow, r. 2200 Broadway 
Bebin Landry C, collector, r. 319 Union 
Bee B., r. 1407 Stockton 
Bechdolf M., carptr, r. Arion House 
Becher Henry, head cook Russ House, r. 

622 Fulton 
Becher Jas. A., machinist Pac. Iron Wks, r. 

75 Minna 



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Becherer Chfts. F., Chicago Lager Beer De- 
pot, 540 First 
Bechler J. H., salesman Capitol Mills, r. 

1809 Jessie 
Bechtinger Joseph, occulist and aurist, nw. 

cor Kearny and Sacramento 
Bechtinger Rudolph L., withR. M. Edwards, 

r. Oakland 
Beck A. G., teacher bookkeeping, 432 Mont- 
gomery, rm 14 
Beck A. H., musician, r. 809 Union 
Beck Albert, butcher with Chas. Beck, r. 619 

Laguna 
Beck Andrew, longshoreman, r. 8 St. Chas. pi 
Beck August, locksmith, 510 Broadway, r. 

608 Greenwich 
Beck Bernard, farmer, r. Sacramento Hotel 
Beck Chas., bootfitter with Wm. Hughes, r. 

13 Lafayette 
Beck Chas., butcher, 609 Laguna, r. 619 La- 
guna 
Beck Chas., gigger S. F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. sw. cor Francisco and Larkin 
Beck Christian, lab Pac. Barrel and Keg Co., 

r. 609 Seventh 
Beck David L., mdse broker, r. 18 Stanley pi 
Beck David L. jr., shipping elk Jones & Co., 

r. 18 Stanley pi 
Beck Eugene B. (Jones & Co.)r. 34 Rincon pi 
Beck Francis E., clerk Anglo-Calif ornian 

Bank. r. 2247 Mission 
Beck Fritz, waiter with G. Samsreither, r. 409 

Pacific 
Beck George F., machinist Union Iron Wks 

r. 533 Mason 
Beck H., musician, r. 809 Union 
Beck Harry (Hansen & Beck) r. 538 Market 
Beck Henry, boots and shoes, 1128 Market, 

r. 518 Jessie, 
Beck Henry, r. 720 Clementina 
Beck Henry, tanner, r. 30th nr Potrero av 
Beck Hermann, compositor Alta, r. 712 

Howard 
Beck H. S.. whitener, 403 Sutter, r. 1157 

Hai-rison 
Beck Jacob, brickmason, r. es. Church nr 

17th 
Beck James G., painter with J. A. Donovan 

& Co., r. 34 Hayes 
Beck J. C, brakeman S. P. R. R., r, 624 

Fourth 
Beck John, driver Philadelphia Brewery, r. 

107 Tehama 
Beck John, malster National Brewery, r. se. 

cor Fultou and Webster \ 

Beck John, teamster, r. 302 Third 
Beck Johu G., cooper, r. Devisudero bet 

California and Pine 
Beck John P., painter, r. 630 Mission 
Beck Ludwig, manager Svea and Helvetia 

Ins. Cos, 213 Sansome, r. Alameda 
Beck Mary Miss, wild iw-shadc painter with 

Hartshorn & McPhun, r. 125 Folsom 
Beck Nat A., currier, r. Fol bet 18th and 19th 
Beck Nelson, waiter, r. 401 Broadway 



Beck Nicholas, policeman, r. 156 Steuart 
Beck Rheinhold, waiter Maison Dor^, r. 1609 

Lynch 
Beck Walter A., clerk with Pierce & Son, r. 

627 Sacramento 
Beck Walter F., clerk with First National 

Gold Bank, r. 18 Stanley pi 
Beck Wm., tinsmith, r. 134 Folsom 
Beck — , widow, r. 1205 Stockton 
Beckard Francis, tinner with Freeman & 

Wrin, r. 344 Third 
Beckedorff George H. C, expressman, r. 38 

Russ 
Becker A Fischer (Joseph W. Becker 

and Geo. Fischer) proprs Teutonia Beer 

Hall, 1134 Market 
Becker «t Jacoby (Henry Becker and 

Julius Jacoby) imps dry and fancy 

goods, 748 Market 
Becker & Niquet (Peter Becker and Chas. 

Niquet) saloon, 113 Sixth 
Becker Albert, cook, r. ne. cor Jackson and 

Drtunm 
Becker Albert, lab, r. 902 Filbert 
Becker Alexan<ler R., physician, 206 

Kearny, r. Berkeley 
Becker Alfred, elk with Mrs. J. Becker, r. 

1 Bannam pi 
Becker August, cabinetmkr, r. 246 Minna 
Becker B. A., capitalist, 418 Kearny 
Becker Bros. (Chas. H. and Diedrich Beck- 
er) groceries, se. cor Turk and Larkin 

and se. cor Sutter and Leavenworth 
Becker Casper, tanner, es. San Bruno Road 

nr 28th 
Becker Chas., brtdr, r. 2 Bannam pi 
Becker Chas., cabinetmkr with J. B. Luch- 

singer & Son, r. 132 Natoma 
Becker Chas. H. (Becker Bros.) r. se. cor 

Turk and Larkin 
Becker Chaa., saloon, 424 Hayes 
Becker Christian (Dederky & Becker) r. 1024 

Folsom 
Becker Daniel, tanner, r. 608 Sixth 
Becker Diedrich (Becker Bros.) r. 919 Sutter 
Becker F., barber with Hock & Perazzo, r. 

1007 Mission 
Becker Frank, elk with Weil & Co.. r. 1116 

Pacific 
Becker Frederick, r. 1 Bannam pi 
Becker Frederick W., butcher, r. 915 Natoma 
Becker F. W., cigars and tobacco, 705 Davis 
Becker Geo. J., restaurant, "sw. cor Fourth 

and Berry 
Becker Gustave J., saloon, 548 Mission 
Becker H., widow, r. 519 Hayes 
Becker Henry (Becker & Jacoby) r. 915 How 
Becker Henry E.. mate ship Frank N. Thayer 
Becker Henry, tanner with Casper Becker, 

r. es. San Bruno Road nr 2Hth 
Becker Jacob, lodgings. 13 Harlan pi 
Becker Johanna Mrs., shooting gallery, 903 

Kearny, r. 1 Bannam \A 
Becker John, elk with Kahrs & Becker, r. 

622 Taylor 



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Becker John H. (Kahrs & Becker) r. 622 

Taylor 
Becker Joseph, crockery, sw. cor Dupont and 

Sutter 
Becker Joseph W. (Becker & Fischer) r. 

1134 Market 
Becker Jost, policeman, r. Hinckley pi 
Becker Louis, baker \vith W. Hessler, r. 717 

Pacific 
Becker Louis, r. 124 J/^ Welsh 
Becker Martin H. W., groceries, 41 Fourth 
Becker Michael, bakery, r. 409 Union 
Becker Nickolaus, candymkr with Boths- 

child & Ehrenpfort, r. ne. cor Gough 

and O'Farrell 
Becker O. J., cabinetmkr with H. Granz, r. 

ws. Harrison ur 21st 
Becker Otto, elk Prescott House 
Becker Otto F., propr Prescott House, sw. 

cor Kearny and Montgomery av 
Becker Peter (Becker & Niquet) r. 25 Moss 
Becker Peter (Eisert k Becker) r. 21G Stev 
Becker Wm., baker, r. 1036 Clay 
Becker Wm., groceries, uw. cor Mission 

and Spear 
Becker Wm., willow ware, 624 Market, r. 79 

Fourth 
Becker Wm.,with M. J. Flavin, r. 13 Harlanpl 
Beckers Dennie, artist, r. 530 Howard 
Beckerton Chas., longshoreman, r. 127 Jack 
Beckett Francis A., artist with B. Grave & 

Co., r. 8 Washington 
Beckett H. B., drygoods and notions, 2004 

Mission 
Beckett Henry, machinist Risdon Iron and 

Locomotive Wks, r. 415 Fifth 
Beckett Henry, with Cal. Silk Factory, r. 

cor E. R. and loth avs, S. S. F. 
Beckett Henry C, expressman, r. 823 Bat 
Beckhoff Fred., seaman, r. 127 Jackson 
Beckit Wm., blacksmith Pac. PioUing Mills 
Beckler John C. (Baumeister tt Beckler) r. 

252 Tehama 
Beckman Glaus (Spotorno & Beckman) r. 

2220 Pine 
Beckman Fred., seaman, r. Clipper Hotel 
Beckman Jacob, stair builder, r. German 

Hotel 
Beckman John, seaman stmr Salinas 
Beckmanu <fc Bro. (John and Wm.Beckmauu) 

groceries, nw. cor Greenwich and Taylor 
Beckmann Bros. (J. N. and P. W. Beckmann) 

groceries, n«. cor Mission and 14th 
Beckmann Chas., tailor with Henry Steil, r. 

440 Post 
Beckmann Henry, lab Pac. Dis. and Ref. 

Co.,r.Lombardbet Webster and Fillmore 
Beckmann J. N. (Beckmanu Bros.) r. ne. cor 

Mission and 14th 
Beckmanu John ^ Beckmanu & Bro.) r. nw. 

cor Greenwich and Taylor 
Beckmann John, with C. Wreden & Co., r. 

725 Lombard 
Bockiiiann Louise Miss, actress German 

Theatre, r. cor Pacific and Mason 



Beckmann P. W. (Beckmann Bros.) r. i 

Erie 
Beckmann Wm. (Beckmann & Bro.) r. sw. 

cor Green and Hyde 
Beckmann Wm., porter Old California Ex- 
change, r. 1710 Dupont 
Becknell F., r. 425 Linden 
Beck with Elliott S., boatbuilder with John 

D. Griffin, r. 532 Commercial 
Beckwith James R., driver with Wells, Fargo & 

Co., r. 706 Bush 
Beckwith John W., jjoliceman, r. 565 Tehama 
Beckwith Seth L., boatbuilder, v. 719 Gough 
Beckwith Wm,, carptr, r. cor Kansas and 

24th 
Becraft Almiran T., curriagemkr with James 

P. Locke, r. 102 Dora 
Becraft Henry L., machinist, r. 617 Stev 
Becsey Joseph, interpreter French and Span- 
ish, Police Court, r. 738 Broadway 
Bedaift'F. W., lab, r. ws. San Jose Road nr 

Islais Creek 
Bedbury J. N., seamstress, r. 20th nr Folsom 
Bedeco Louis, bootblack, 515 California, r. 

628 Broadway 
Bedell Chas. F., milker with John A. Roy, 

sw. cor San Bruno Road and 30th 
Bedell Daniel C, steward P. M. S. S. Co., r. 

602 Mission 
Bedell Robert J. salesman Pioneer Feather 

Warerooms, r. 230 Jessie 
Bedell Wm., machinist, r. 15 Mission av 
Bedford Edward, student, r. 220 Third 
Bedford Frank, elk with J. J. Reardon, r. 

758 Howard 
Bedford Wm. H., broker, r. 635 California 
Bedoui Louis, painter, r. 3 Margaret pi 
Bee Frank M., elk. r. 620 Eddy 
Bee Frederick A., capitalist, r. 020 Eddy 
Bee Josejjh, policeman, r. 430 Mont av 
Bee Theodore, tailor, r. 2122 Jones 
Bee Timothy, patternmkr with Wm. F. 

Buswell, r. 20 Dora 
Beebe B. H., r. Market nr 12th 
Beebe Chas., r. ne. cor Kearny and Bdwy 
Beebe Cha§. W., bkpr with R. J. Trumbull, 

r. Oakland 
Beebe Joscijh J., compositor Chronicle, r. 

111% Minna 
Beebe Wm. S., foreman packing room Cut- 
ting Packing Co., r. 135 Sixth 
Beebee R. F., general agt, 006 Sacramento 
Beebee Wallace S.. dentist, 606 Sacramento, 

r. 7 August al 
Beech Geo., salesman with Lewis Bros., r. 

St. Helena 
Beecher Andrew J., carptr, r. 248 Jessie 
Beecher Chas., with M. J. Flavin, r. 248 

Jessie 
Beecher Delaware A., r. 844 Mission 
ISeecliiug Robert, gen agt Cal. Prison 

Commission, 114 Mont blk, r. 1016 

Taylor 
Beechiuor Norman, teamster Pac. Com. Co., 

r. 741 Market 



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Beechj' A., blacksmith with Calviu Nutting 

& Son, r. cor Thii'd and Folsom 
Beecroft John T., lumber surveyor, r. cor 

Utah and 23d 
Beegan John, salesman with Frattinger <fe 

Noli, r. 130 Silver 
Beegeraanu Fred., elk with Spreckels & Co., 

r. 75 Everett 
Beehive Building, ne. cor Wash and Dupont 
Beeker Louis, baker, r. 717 Pacific 
Beekman Chas. W., seaman, r. 125 Sac 
Beel Martin S., jeweler with Weyl Bros., r. 

Oakland 
Beeler Jacob, teamster Pac. Dis. and Ref . Co., 

r. Greenwich bet Pierce and Scott 
Beemau Martha, widow, r. 1217 Mason 
Beeinau Willium, elastic cork truss 

mufr, 331 Kearny, rm (J, r. 730 Geary 
Beer Alfred J., car^^tr, r. 1()-±G Folsom 
Beer B., porter with Levy & Co., r. 308 DaA'is 
Beer Frederick, brushmkr, r. 159 Clara, rear 
Beerman Henry, coojier with Pac. Dis. and 

Ref. Co., r. cor Filbert and Fillmore 
Beers «fc Ilubbitrtl (Barrett Beers and 

Geo. A. Hubbard) dentists, 230 Kearny 
Beers Barrett (Beers & Hubbard) dentist, 

230 Kearny, r. 535 Post 
Beers Henrv, r. y Hunt 
Beers H. Sv. Rev., D. D., rector Trinity 

Church, r. 009 Sutter 
Beers John, carptr, r. Continental Hotel 
Beeson Frederick P., teamster with Sroufe & 

McCrum, r. 2232 Bush 
Beevan Isaac, porter with Jonas Schoenfeld, 

r. 12 White 
Beez Frederick, boot and shoe mnfr, 315 

Bush, r. 120 Park av 
Beffa Ferdiuando, brtdr with N. Giamboui 

& Co., 520 Clay 
Begbie Eugene, filler with C. C. Burr & Co., 

r. ly Prospect pi 
Beggley James, lab, r. 316 Beale 
Beggs Ellen T., widow, groceries, 122 William 
Beggs John, lab, 115 Oregon 
Beggs James Mrs., widow, r. 847 Howard 
Beggs Mark, stonecutter Odd Fellows' Cem- 
etery, r. se. cor Point Lobos av and 

Collins 
Beggs Robert, hostler, r. G Clara lane 
Beggs Samuel, engineer P. M. S. S. Co. 
Beggs Wm., lab. r. 122 William 
Begley John, elk with M. Begloy & Co., r. 

ss. 17th ur Diamond 
Begley John, lab, r. 310 Beale, rear 
Begley John, shoemkr with Porter, Oppen- 

heimer «.t Slessinger, r. 23 Natoma 
Begley M. & Co. (M. Begley) groceries, 31 

Sixth 
Begley Michael (M. Begley & Co.) r. bs. 

17th nr Diamond 
Begley Patrick, hostler with McCord & 

Mai one, r. 207 Post 
Begley Peter, lab, r. 313 Frederick 
Beguelin Henry, machinist with Joshua 

Hendy, r. G Russell 



Beguhl Adolph F. F., propr Recreation 
Grounds, se. cor 25th and Folsom 

Beha A., cabinetmkr S. F. Furn. Factory 

Behugel A. It., atty-at-law, 408 Califor- 
nia, rms 12-13, r. 1432 Geary 

Beham James G., printer, r. Fourth bet Bry- 
ant and Harrison 

Behan Chas. T., salesman with W. K. Van- 
derslice & Co., r. 502 Taylor 

Behan Edward, brushmkr S. F. Brush Fac- 
tory, r. Bernal Heights 

Behan George H., salesman with Kohler 3c 
Ritter, r. 502 Taylor 

Behan James, painter, r. 200 Twenty-third 

Behan John, butcher, r. Dolores nr 16th 

Behan Morris, propr Union-st Livery Stable 
720 Union 

Behnu Thos., lab Cal. Chemical Wks, r. ss. 
Yuba nr Nebraska 

Behar Andrew, cabinetmkr, r. 12 Boardman 
pi, rear 

Behee Joseph H., millwright and pattern 
mkr with Wm. F. Buswell. r. 246 Beale 

Beheu Patrick, driver O. R. R., r. 229 Third 

Behereus Rebecca, domestic, 2232 Howard 

Beherus John, shoemkr, r. 120 Park av 

Behlow Chas. J. (H. Liebes & Co.) r. 40 
Twelfth 

Behlow Robert, upholsterer with C. M. Plum, 
& Co., r. 3 Ridley 

Behn Walter, salesman with Tillmann <t 
Bendel, r. G32 Broadway 

Behncken John, with Pac. Dis. and Ref. Co. 

Belineinaun «& Co. (H. Behnemann and 
M. Joost) groceries and liquors, sw. cor 
Taylor and O'Farrell 

Behnemann Albert (Hollwegs & Co.) r. nw. 
cor Church and 17th 

Behnemann H. (Behnemann & Co.) r. 401 
O'Farrell 

Behnke Chas., cellerman with Geo. Claus- 
senius, r. 170% Silver 

Behnke Rudol]ih F., housemoviug, 1124 Mis- 
sion, r. 1136 Mission 

Behnken J., r. 1910 Polk 

Behorman Chas., solicitor German Demo- 
krat, r. 312 Post 

Behr H. H., physician, r. 656 Bryant 

Behr Otto, porter with Henry Brickwedel & 
Co.. r. Cook nr Point Lobos Roiid 

Behre Frederick, foreman with E. Guittard & 
Co., r. 414 Larkiu 

Behre Robert L., elk with Doyle, Barber & 
Scripture, r. 414 Larkin 

Behrend F. C, cook, r. 411 Pacific 

Behrendt H. & Co. (Hermann Behrendt. 
Jacob Levy and Michael Long) trunk 
mufrs, 513 Market, factory Crook bet 
Townsend and Brannan 

Behrendt Hermann (H. Behrendt & Co.) r. 
805 Ellis 

Behrendt Richard, elk with H. Cohen, r. 
430 Eddy 

Behreus Adrian G., elk with E. T. Anthony 
& Co., r. 232 Oak 



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Behrens August, pantryman San Franciaco 
Verein, r. se. cor Eddy and Mason 

Behrens Bros. (John F. and John Behrens) 
groceries, cor 24th and Potrero av 

Behrens Chas., elk with F. Mohrmann, r. 
501 Broadway 

Behrens D. (A. Sigelke & Co.) r. 213 Dupt 

Behrens Fred., groceries, nw. cor Folsom 
and 2'lth 

Behrens H. C. F., physician, 417 Bush, r. 
232 Oak 

Behrens James, com mcht and imp wines, 
504 Battery, r. Saucelito 

Behrens Johann, with Frederick Beez, r. 120 
Park av 

Behrens John (Behrens Bros.) r. 24th and 
Potrero av 

Behrens John, carpt ship Two Brothers 

Behrens John F. (Behrens Bros.) r. cor 
24th and Potrero av 

Behrens John, farmer, r, ne. cor Jackson 
and Drumm 

Behrens Joseph, lab lEmpire Brewery, 420 
Chestnut 

Behrens Nicolas, r. sw. cor Powell and Val- 
lejo 

Behrmann Carl, elk with J. & P. Medau, r. 
624 Pacific 

Behrmann Christian F., baker, 1218 Powell 

Behrmann Frank E., collector General Ger- 
man Benevolent Society, r. 262 Minna 

Behrmann H., cabinetmkr, r. 324% Seventh 

Behrmann J. H., cabinetmkr, r. 324>i Sev- 
enth 

Behrmann M. Mrs., midwife, r. 324% Sev- 
enth 

Beicke Louis, blacksmith, r. sw. cor 22d and 
Folsom 

Beide Joseph, cook, r. 409 Pacific 

Beidermann Louis (Kopi) & Bidermann) r. 
23 Clinton 

B«ier Wm., blacksmith, r. se. cor Illinois 
and 2Qth 

Beilles John (Lacua & Beilles) r. 541 Jack 

Bein James S., engineer, r. us. McAllister 
bet Buchanan and Webster 

Beinert David, boots and shoes 16th bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia, r. 12 Hofl" av 

Beirne Bartholomew, groceries, 41 Jessie 

Beirne Hugh, lab, r. 234 Minna 
Beirne P., groceries, 123 Shipley 
Beisel Jacob ^Cook & Beisel) r. se. cor Mar- 
iposa and Mississippi 
Beisner Herman, seaman schr Lottie Collins, 

r. 12 Washington 
Beiswinger Chas., shocmkr, r. 1309 Stockton 
Beiter F. C, musician, r. 416>i Hyde 
Beitenbach Geo., harnessmkr with J. C. 

Johnson & Co., r. 814 Montgomery 
Bekeart Julius F., hardware, 346 Third 
Bolau Michael, tailor, r. 1318 Kearny 
Belan Otto, elk with Greenebaum & Co., 

r. 1318 Kearny 
Belando Peter & Co. (Peter Belando and 
John Denery) coal and wood, 1210 Powell 



Belando Peter (P. Belando & Co.) r. 1208 
Powell 

Belasco Abraham, trader, r. 174 Clara 

Belassel Patrick, lab, r. 125 Clara 

Belau Hugo, watchmkr with Herman Wen- 
zel, r. 1317 Kearny 

Belcher Frederick P., drayman, 312 Califor- 
nia, r. Oakland 

Belcher Philip, rancher, r. ws. Michigan, nr 
Shasta 

Belcher Robert H., drayman, 312 California 

Belcher S. M. Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) John 
Crockett sec, 419 California, rm 21 

Belcour Jules, chancellor French Consulate 
cor Kear and Washington, r. San Mateo 

Belden & Wright (H. K. Belden and H. Nel- 
son Wright) insurance agts, 313 Cal. 

Belden Block, sw. cor Bush and Mont 

Belden Chas. A. (W. W. Montague & Co.)r. 
303 Jones 

Belden Edwin S., official reporter 4th 
District Court, oflf 637 K«ar. r. Oakland 

Belden E. J., machinist Union Box Factory, 
r. Alameda 

Belden Geo. F.. sec California Paint Co., 115 
Pine, r. 303 Jones 

Belden H. K. (Belden & Wright) r. 708 
Mason 

Belden Joseph W., bkpr Merchants' Ex- 
change Bank, r. 1020 Geary 

Belden Josiah, capitalist, 200 Sansome, r. 
San Jose 

Belden M. S., widow, r. 510 Mason 

Belden Truman, shipwright, r. ss. Fifth nr 
I, S. S. F. 

Belding Bros. A Co., silk agency, W. 
S. Brown & Co. agts, 569 Market 

Belding Mary L. Miss, teacher South S. F. 
School, r. 608 Hayes 

Belding Orin, mining supt, r. 608 Hayes 

Belding Walter L., elk with Madison & 
Burke 

Belgrave J. Mrs., r. 1721 Lpavenworth 

Belgrave R. B., r. 1721 Leavenworth 

Belhomme Francois Nicolas, stoves and tin- 
ware, 1602 Stockton 

Belinge F. A. A., physician, 938 Mission 

Belitzer J., salesman with Edward Cohn & 
Co., r. 225 Montgomery 

Belknap David P. (Winans & Belknap) atty- 
at-law, 604 Merchant, rm 7, r. nw. cor 
Powell and Ellis 

Bell & Co. (H. G. Bell) booksellers and sta- 
tioners, 639 Kearny 

Bell A Cullen (W. H. Bell and Thos. 
CuUen) Central News Co., 1132 Market 

Bell Adolph, brtdr, r. 333 Tehama 

Bell Alexander D., general manager Pac. 
Pneumatic Gas Co., oflf 127 First, r. 
Saucelito 

Bell C. H., messenger First National Gold 
Bank 

Bell Chas,, fireman engine No. 5, S. F. Fire 
Dept, r. 1219 Stockton 

Bell Chas., r. 308 Sutter 



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Bell Chas., seaman, r. 238 Steuart 

Bell Chas T., correspondent S. F. Joiirnal 

of Commerce, Hi Clay, r. E.uss House 
Bell Conrad, restaurant, 29 Drumm 
Bell Daniel P., entry elk with Tobin, Davis- 
sou & Co., r. 513 Hayes 
Bell D. B., fish, 32 Grand Central Mrkt, r. 

5G2 Stevenson 
Bell E. J., carptr, r. Bruns Hotel 
Bell Ellen Mrs., ladies' nurse, r. 1011 Pacific 
Bell Emory F. (Regan & Bell) r. 2609 Sac 
Bell Frank, driver, r. 1452 Minna 
Bell Frank, upholsterer, r. 15 Kousch 
Bell F. Vinton, elk with W. H. L. Barnes, 

r. 2620 Sacramento 
Bell Geo., gardener, r. 24 Ridley 
Bell Geo., scenic artist Bella Union Theatre 
Bell Geo. W., porter with Frank Swift, r. 

1011 Pacific 
Bell, Gullixson & Co. (John Bell and Henry 
A. Gullixson) carpets and furniture, 
653-655 Market 
Bell H., clerk, r. Overland House 
Bell H. A., compositor Call, r. 272 Tehama 
Bell H. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 906 Market 
Bell Henry, waiter Russ House, r. 441% 

Natoma, rear 
Bell Henry, gardener, r. 16 Ridley 
Bell Henry R., letter carrier station, B, S. F. 

P. O., r. 463 Stevenson 
Bell H. G. (Bell & Co.) r. 639 Kearny 
Bell James, furnishing goods, 338 Fourth 
Bell James H., barber, r. 14 Everett 
Bell John (Bell, Gullixson & Co.) r. Occiden- 
tal Hotel 
Bell John B., barber Grand Hotel, r. 9 

Boardman pi 
Bell John C, cai-pets, etc., 929 Market, r. 502 

Greenwich 
Bell John C. jr., cashier with Chas. Gay, r. 

502 Greenwich 
Bell John E., floor man with C. S. Critten- 
den & Co.. r. 225 Fourth 
Bell John, expressman, 18 Market, r. 19th 

bet Noe and Castro 
Bell John N., lab, r. se. cor Francisco and 

Kearney 
Bell John P., atty-at-law, 215 Sansome, r. 

2213 Steiner 
Bell John, plumber with Thomas Day, r. 28 

Bernard 
Bell John, Failmkr, r. Ninth bet Mission and 

Market 
Bell John, seaman ship City of Delhi 
Bell John W., frwdg dept 'WcUs, Furgo & 

Co., r. 508 Third 
Bell Joseph, engineer Hammam baths, r. 

915 Powell 
Bell Lucy J., widow, r. 102 Second 
Bull Maggie, widow, r. 137 Natoma 
Bell M. R., widow, r. 10% Rousch 
Bell M. R., elk with Miller, Seviers & Co., 

r. Greenwich nr Van Ness uv 
Bell Nathan L., collector Annual Mining Re- 
view and Stock Ledger, r. 632 Market 



Bell Otto, foreman with H. G, Fiske, r. 32 
Fourth 

Bell Paul, tailor, r. 333 Tehama 

Bell Peter, janitor Dashaway Hall, r. 139 
Post 

Bell Philip, lab, r. Greenwich bet Sansome 
and Montgomery 

Bell Philip, lab Bay Sugar Refinery, r. 1017 
Battery 

Bell Philip, watchman, r. 61 Natoma 

Bell Philip A., propr and editor Weekly Ele- 
vator, r. 612 Battery 

Bell Reason B., fruit dealer, 418 Sixth, r. 
305 Fifth 

Bell Robert, district inspector customs Hath- 
away 's Bonded Warehouse, r. 1246 How 

Bell Robert, stock operator, r. 707 Mont 

Bell Robert, upholsterer, r. 1810 Powell 

Bell Samuel, postal elk C. P. R. R., r. Oak- 
land 

Bell Samuel L., carptr, r. 17 Clara 

BellThos., com mcht, 305 Sansome, r. 1107 
Bush 

Bell Thos., porter, r. 27 Rousch 

Bell Thos., r. 810 Pacific 

Bell Thos., stevedore, r. 3 Gilbert 

Bell Thos. H.. mariner, r. 607 Powell 

Bell Wm., elk, r. 532 Howard 

Bell Wm., elk Cal. P. R. R., r. 127 Perry 

Bell Wm., engineer, r. 31 Lafayette 

Bell Wm., longshoreman P. M. S. S. Co., r. 
30 Welsh 

Bell Wm., machinist Union Iron Wks, r. 16 
Sherman 

Bell Wm. (Miller, Sievers & Co.) r. Green- 
wich nr Van Ness av 

Bell Wm., porter National Gold Bank and 
Trust Co., r. 1421 Mason 

Bell Wm., printer, r. Overland House 

Bell Wm., shipwright, r. se. cor Minnesota 
and Butte 

Bell Wm., stonecutter Odd Fellows' Ceme- 
tery, r. Point Lobos av nr Johnson av 

Bell Wm., carptr, r. Montgomery's Hotel 

Bell Wm. H. r. 514 Valencia 

Bell Wm. H. (Bell & CuUen) r. 13% Lafay- 
ette 

Bella Angelo, expressman, nw. cor Sansome 
and Washington, r. 430 Green 

Bella Union Saloon, Samuel Tetlow propr, 
805 Kearny 

Bella Union S. M. Co. (Napa Co.. Cal.) A. 
Halsey sec, 312 Montgomery 

Bella Union Theatre, Samuel Tetlow propr, 
805 Kearny 

Bella Vista Nursery, Francois DeBize propr, 
cor 20th and Church, off 832 Market 

Bellaney Henry, driver Market-st R. R., r. 
cor 16th and Mission 

Bellavo James H., stonecutter with Larseneur 
k Sheerin, r. 14 Ohio 

Belluy Francis, artist Now York Photograph 
Gallery, r. 718 Greenwich 

Belle AugUHte, cook with F. W. Haubrich 

Bellemere Adi)li)hn8, French liquors, 11 Ellis 



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Bellemere Augustus (Frontier & Bellemere) 

208 Sutter 
Belleuge Charles, carptr, r. 1317 Jackson 
Bellenger Andrew, lab, r. 19>2 Gilbert 
Bellenger Patrick E., dpty, r. 17 Gilbert 
Bellermann Emil, bkpr Merchants' Exchange 

Bank, r. 12 Fifth av 
Bellet it Boisson (Frank Bellet and Clem- 
ents Boisson) French laundry, 1058 

Howard 
Bellet Frank (Bellet & Boisson) r. 1058 How 
Bellew & Laughlin (James Bellew and James 

Laughlin) saloon, 819 Battery 
Bellew James (Bellew & Laughlin) r. 2 

Hodge's al 
Bellew John, capitalist, r. 2 Hodge's al 
Bellew Thomas, porter with J. W. Davidson 

& Co., r. 113 Olive av 
Belli Giovanni, vegetables, 58 Colombo Mkt 
Bellibeau Joseph, carptr, r. 397 Eighth 
Bellingall A Ifliller (P. W. Bellin- 

gall and Peter Miller) custom-house 

brokers, -125 Battery 
Bellingall Peter W. (Bellingall & Miller) r. 

Oakland 
Bellingham Bay Coal Co., P. B. Cornwall 

pres, se. cor Folsom and Spear 
Bellingham Edward, shoemkr, r. 1188 Bdwy 
Bellingham Robert, shoemkr, r. 1188 Bdwy 
Bellini Antonio, umbrellamkr with Thomas 

F. Yeager, r. 227 Post 
Bellisle Frank N., master carbuilder S. P. 

E. R., r. ws. Bryant, bet 24th and 25th 
Bellisle Moses, carbuilder Market-st E. R., 

r. 356 Folsom 
Bellman Oliver P., cardriver, r. 157% Te- 
hama 
Bellman Vincent, ropemkr with S. F. Cord- 
age Factory, r. es. Tennessee bet Sierra 

and Nevada 
Bellmer Herman A., r. 704% Mission 
Bellnicr John H. C, restaurant, 26 

First, r. 1 Delaware crt 
Bello Vincent, produce dealer, r. 74 Jessie 
Belloc Hippolyte (Ir. Belloc) r. 703 Market 
Belloc Ir. (Irenee Belloc, Hippolyte Belloc 

and Henry Barroilhet) bankers, 524 

Montgomery 
Belloc Irenee (Ir. Belloc) r. Paris 
Bellows Edward St. J., bkpr U. S. Treasury, 

r. sw. cor Market and Fifth 
Bellows H. H., carptr, r. What Cheer 

House 
Bellows John, salesman with John G. Hodge 

& Co.) r. The Windsor. 
Bellows Joseph, painter with Hopps & Son, 

r. 114 Fourth 
Bellows Philip, lab, r. Filbert bet Battex-y 

and Sansome 
Bellstedt John, engineer with Cal. Sugar 

Eefinery, r. P nr 10th av, S. S. F. 
Bellue Camile, clerk with Lenormand Bros., 

r. 908 Pino 
Belluwin Joseph, fruit and vegetables, ne. 

cor Mason and Union 



Bellville M. Co. (Esmeralda Co. Nev.) Ed- 
ward F. Stone sec, 419 California, rm 3 
Belmer Frederick, salesman, r. 434 Seventh 
Belmont Isadore, atty-at-law, r. 311 Union 
Belmont James, music teacher, r. 311 Union 
Belmont M. Co. (Nye Co. Nev.) Frank 

Swift sec, 419 California, rm 4 
Belmore L., r. 409 Stevenson 
Belmore Nettie Miss, actress Buckley's Va- 
rieties 
Belman Louis, roofer, r. 102 Jessie 
Belodo Victor B., barber with Heider & Co., 

r. G Hinckley 
Belshaw M. W., mining, r. 1G26 Jackson 
Beltez Conrad, lab, r. es. San Bruno Eoad 

nr 2Gth 
Belton Geo. S., teamster, 823 Battery 
Belton Philip M., clerk with Joseph Mac- 

donough, r. sw. cor 23d and Alabama 
Belus F. A., lumber stevedore, r. 12 Steuart 
Belville Eli, broom mkr, r. 635 Stevenson 
Belz John, mate sloop Hector 
Belz Julius, pianist, r. 509 Broadway 
Beman Edward, waiter Spreen's First-av 

Exchange, S. S. F. 
Bemman Henry, drayman Golden Gate Flour 

Mills, r. ne. cor 18th and Shotwell 

Bemmerer August, cutlery mnfr, 755 Mission 

Bemis C. C, U. S. supervising inspector 

steam vessels, 11 U. S. Court bldg, r. 

449 Bryant 

Bemis Frank A., sash and blind mkr, r. 721 

Bryant 
Bemis — , widow, r. 4G2% Sixth 
Bemish John, shoemkr with Geo. Burk- 

hardt, r. 714 Grove 
Bemus James, magazine keeper Cal. Powder 

Wks., r. ne. cor Baker and Lewis 
Benard Auguste F., saloon, ne. cor Fifth 

and Howard, r. 918 Natoma 
Benard Eobert, elk with Geo.C. Johnson & Co 
Benavides Albert, tinsmith with W. W. Mon- 
tague it Co., r. 524 Vallejo 
Beuchley Lieouidas B. (Linforth, 
Kellogg & Co.) and manager Pac. Eoll- 
ing Mills, 3-5 Front, r. 1019 Cahfornia 
Benckler George, hatter, r. 38 First 
Bendel B. & Co. (estate of B. Bendel) proprs 
Empire Match Factory, office 318 Front 
Bendel Hermann (Tillmann & Bendel) r. 

Bremen, Germany 
Beudeu Francis C, distiller, r. 725 Cal 
Bender A. S., r. 314 Bush 
Beuder Charles, leather and shoe find- 
ings, 42 Geary, r. 14 Geary 
Beuder Frank, molder, r. 503 Mission 
Bender Frank W., clerk, r. 73 Natoma 
Bender Geo., lab, r. ne. cor Francisco and 

Montgomery 
Bender Isaac, pedlar, r. 453 Tehama 
Bender Jacob A., bricklayer, r. 1215 Clay 
Bender Joseph, bricklayer, r. ns. 28th nr 

San Jose av 
Bender Louis, cook Grand Central Hotel, r. 
959 Market 



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Bender Noah W., upholsterer, r. Occidental 

Hotel 
Bender Thos., bricklayer, r. 229 Jessie 
Bendick E. F., elk wth H. M. Newhall & 

Co., r. 523 0'F.irrell 
Bendit Benjamin, expressman, r. 1216 Pac 
Bendit Louis, barber, r. 1310 Pacific 
Bendit Morris, expressman, r. 608 Ivy 
Bendit Samuel, i^ropr New York Furniture 

and Bedding Store, 747 Market 
Bendixeu Alfred, ivory turner with J. G. H. 

Meyer, r. German Hotel 
Benedixen Chas., teamster with Wm. Lange, 

r. sw. Carroll and Cole 
Bendixen John A., woodturner with J. G. 

H. Meyer, r. German Hotel 
Bendt Wm., propr Minerva House, 123 Jack 
Bendy John, musician, r. 421 Folsom 
Benecke H. D., groceries, 520 Broadway 
Benecke J. D. (V. Engle & Co.) r. 130 O'Far 
Benedict A Smith (C. S. Benedict and 
J. R. Smith) mcht tailors and dealers 
shirts and gent's furnishing goods, 136 
Montgomery 
Benedict Amos \V., carptr, r. Park Hotel 
Benedict Chas. E., driver Jersey Farm Dairy, 

r. 350 Tehama 
Benedict Chas. V., bkpr Excelsior Mill Co., 

r. 2104 Folsom 
Benedict C. W., physician, r. 420 J/^ Natoma 
Benedict Courtland S. (Benedict & 

Smith) r. cor Valencia and 15th 
Benedict C. W., freight elk stmr Los An- 
geles, r. Brooklyn 
Benedict Edward, r. 729 Bush 
Benedict Frank, lab, r. Greenwich bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Benedict Frank F., trimmer Kimball Manfg 

Co.. r. 238 Taylor 
Benedick Harmon, stockbroker, res 3 107 

Twenty-fourth 
Benedict Jacob, refiner Pac. Kef. and Bul- 
lion Ex., r. Beaver bet Noe and Castro 
Beneken John, porter with Pac. Dis. and 

Ref. Co., r. sw. cor Kearny and Bdwy 
Benemson Chas., dry goods, 200% Fourth 
Benett Chas., lab, r. 1110 Green 
Benfield Conrad, master mariner, r. 505% 

Fell 
Bengin D., heater Pac. Rolling Mills 
Bengton M., seaman stmr Salinas 
Benham Alexander, r. 106 Taylor 
Benham Calhoun, atty-at-law, 20 Montgom- 
ery blk. r. Grand Hotel 
Benham Chas., carpt, r. 15th bet Mission 

and Howard 
Benham Chas. S., stockbroker, 419 Califor- 
nia, rm 17, r. Abbottsford House 
Benham Robert (C. Y. Benjamin & Co.) r. 

444 Stevenson 
Benhayou Henry, cigarmkr, r. 44 Third 
Benhayou Jacob, salesman with Livingston 

& Co., r. 502 Bush 
Bening Dora, domestic, 613 Ellis 
Bening Geo. F., capitalist, r. 1114 Webster 



Benites Julius, with Strecker & Klemm, r. 

16 St.. Charles 

Benjamin & Co. (Henry A. Benjamin and J. 

S. Henshaw) proprs Pacific Congress 

Springs Depot, 162 New Montgomery 

Benjamin A. D., trimmer with Larkins & Co 

Benjamin A. F., stockbroker, 430 California, 

r. 1505 Washington 
Benjamin A. L., agt, r. 1001 Market 
Benjamin Alexander E., clerk with Joseph 

Marks, r. 1505 Washington 
Benjamin Chas., blacksmith, r. 449 Jessie 
Benjamin Chas. E., bkpr with Crane, Hast- 
ings & Co., res 219 Shotwell 
Benjamin Charlotte, widow, propr Lincoln 

Lodging House, 655 Washington 
Benjamin C. Y. <fe Co. (C. Y. Benjamin and 
R. Benham) horseshoers, 197 Stevenson 
Benjamin C. Y. (C. Y. Benjamin & Co.) r. 

444 Stevenson 
Benjamin E. A., r. 1505 Washingbon 
Benjamin Edward, r. 308 Sutter 
Benjamin Edward, cigars and tobacco, 221 
Sacramento, r. se. cor Bush and Dupont 
Benjamin Edward C, clerk with Crane, Has- 
tings & Co., r. 632 Market 
Benjamin Erastus M., carptr, r. 2625 Mission 
Benjamin F. A., miner, r. 1816 Jessie 
Benjamin Henry A. (Benjamin & Co.) r. 

Russ House 
Benjamin Jacob, capitalist, 430 California, 

r. 1505 Washington 
Benjamin Joseph, tailor, r. 245 Clementina 
Benjamin Julia I. Miss, teacher public school, 

r. 2625 Mission 
Benjamin Lucieu, cook, r. 1315 Powell 
Benjamin 0. C, storekeeper stmr Belgic 
Benjamin Phillip, instrumentmkr with Elec- 
trical Con. and Main. Co., r. 1505 Wash 
Benjamin Thaddcus S., clerk with Joseph 

Naphtaly, r. 1505 Washington 
Benjamin W. K., policeman, r. 32 Jessie 
Benjess John, brewer Philadelphia Brewery, 

r. 232 Second 
Benkelmann Adam, saloon, cor R. R. and 9th 

avs, r. 15th av ur P, S. S. F. 
Benn Geo., teamster, r. 121 Bernard 
Benn James, teamster, r. 30 Rousch 
Benn John E., physician and surgeon, 23 

Kearny, r. 623 Nineteenth 
Benn John S., millwright, r. 302 Fremont 
Benn Thos., teamster, r. 38 Rousch 
Bennan Martin, porter, r. 1119 Greenwich 
Bennan Wm., steamboatman, r. 219 Pacific 
Benndorff Gustave, upholsterer with Henry 

Frank, r. 64 Everett 
Bennedict Cornelius, medical student, r. 220 

Mason 
Benner Felix, cigarmkr, r. 107 Freelon 
Benner F. M., melter U. S. Mint, r. Oak- 
laud 
Benner Geo. L., shipwTight, r. 304 Beale 
Benner H. D., mttchinist, r. 401% Sixth 
Benner Maria B., fruits and candies, 401% 
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Benner R., tailor, r. 508 Stevenson 
Bennerot Eugene, machinist, r. 214:1 Mission 
Bennerscheidt Bruno (Giovanniui & Ben- 

nerscheidt) r. 60 Tehama 
Bennett <k Taylor (James Bennett and Rich- 
ard Taylor) wines and liquors, 813 Mont- 
gomery 
Bennett & Williams (Nathaniel Bennett and 
Geo. R. Williams) atts-at-law, 215 San- 
some, rm 12 
Bennett Albert A., architect, 302 Mont- 
gomery, rm 23, r. 2323 California 
Bennett Alfred, painter, r. 452 Sixth 
Bennett Alfred E., carptr Enterprise Mills, r. 

Oakland 
Bennett A. M., machine hand with Ghas. 

Field & Co., r. 43 Clementina 
Bennett Anthony, carriage painter, r. 10 

Anthony 
Bennett Anastasia, widow, r. nw. cor Mis- 
sion and 22d % 
Bennett A. P., bkpr, r. 516 Filbert 
Bennett Bridget, domestic, 1008 Van Ness av 
Bennett C, carptr, r. 422 Fremont 
Bennett Chas. A., druggist, r. 433 Second 
Bennett Chas. D. (Bennett, Ellis & Webber) 

r. 1328 California 
Bennett Chas. D., teacher, r. 28 Powell 
Bennett Col., r. 214 Seventh 
Bennett Daniel L., foreman fuller Mission 

Woolen Mills, r. 1827 Howard 
Bennett Edward, baker with Cal. Cracker 

Co., r. 438 Montgomery 
Bennett Edwin S., foreman with McCord & 

Malone, r. 16 Sutter 
Bennett Ellis, r. 305 Tyler 
Bennett, Ellis A Webber (Charles 
D. Bennett, Richard W. Ellis and Mack 
Webber) agts eastern mnfrs, com mchts, 
druggists and dealers druggists' sundries, 
411 Washington 
Bennett Fred., candymkr with Rotger & 

Bergmann, r. 1110 Green 
Bennett Emma Miss, r. 452 Sixth 
Bennett Eugenia, widow, r. 1605 Franklin 
Bennett Fanny Miss, r. 325 Larkin 
Bennett Faulkner 0., news agt, r. 908 Clay 
Bennett Frank, mariner, r. 623 Davis 
Bennett Frederick, shoecutter with Levinsky 

Bros., r. cor Fourth and Folsom 
Bennett Frederick, saloon, 230 Brannan 
Bennett G., lab with Golden Age Flour 

Mills, r. 908 Sansome 
Bennett Geo., salesman with Martin, Feu- 
sier & Stelfani (and J. R. Bennett & Co.) 
r. 10 Bernard 
Bennett Geo., waiter Russ House 
Bennett Geo. C, seaman, r. 114 Kearny 
Bennett Geo. C, saloon, 139 Fifth, r. 279 

Stevenson 
Bennett Geo. W., conductor, r. Valencia bet 

16th and 17th 
Bennett Geo. W., stock keeper with Levi 

Strauss & Co., r. 128 Turk 
Bennett Harry, coiiyholder Evening Post 



Bennett Henrietta Mrs., music teacher, r. 

452 Sixth 
Bennett Henry, painter, r. 452 Sixth 
Bennett H. W., druggist, se. cor Third and 

Stevenson, r. 1311 Gough 
Bennett James (Bennett & Taylor) r. 902 

Montgomery 
Bennett James, clerk with G. Eiedell, r. 452 

Sixth 
Bennett John, carptr, r. ne. cor Pacific and 

Sansome 
Bennett John, carptr, r. 928 Jackson 
Bennett J. R. & Co. (J. R. and Geo. Bennett) 

dairy produce, 35 and 36 California Mkt 
Bennett J. R. (J. R. Bennett & Co.) r. Sut- 
ter nr Fillmore 
Bennett Louis, jeweler, r. 235 Kearny 
Bennett Louis, shoemkr, 205 Stevenson, r. 

sw. cor Bryant and Sixth 
Bennett Lucy, widow, lodgings, 919 Stock 
Bennett M. A., widow, r. 421 Sixth 
Bennett Margaret A., widow, r. es. Iowa bet 

Mariposa and Solano 
Bennett Mary, widow, proprietress South 

Park Laundry, 555 Bryant 
Bennett Mary E. Miss, teacher Mission Gram- 
mar School, r. 2322 Folsom 
Bennett Maurice (Geary & Bennett) r. ws. 

Clara av nr 17th 
Bennett Michael, shoemkr, r. 805 Bryant 
Bennett Morris, house and sign painter, 705 

Howard 
Bennett Nathaniel (Bennett & Williams) 

atty-at-law, 215 Sansome, rm 12, r. 1218 

Howard 
Bennett Peter, fish dealer Clay-st Market, r. 

438 Green 
Bennett Robert, plasterer, r. 333 Bush 
Bennett Robert H., com mcht, 313 Davis, r. 

Oakland 
Bennett Samuel, policeman, r. 1427 Pacific 
Bennett Sandford S., elk with Grover & 

Baker S. M. Co., r. 1431 Taylor 
Bennett Sophia S., widow, r. 515 Stockton 
Bennett Stephen, teamster, r. Verandah 

Lodging House 
Bennett Thos., cook with Chas. J. Mikulich, 

r. cor Davis and Pacific 
Bennett Thos., physician, 620 Market, r. 716 

Pine 
Bennett Wm., r. 14 Virginia 
Bennett Wm., physician, r. 452 Sixth 
Bennett Wm., plumber and gasfitter, 1015 

Clay 
Bennett Wm., printer Golden Era, r. 438 

Green 
Bennett Wm. S., brakeman S. P. R. R., r, 

624 Fourth 
Bennett — , widow, r. 325 Larkin 
Bennie John, groceries, 201 Folsom 
Benning Anthony, elk with Albert Heyer, 

r. 52 Silver 
Benning Fred. Wilhelm, lab, r. 1517 Du- 

pont, rear 
Benning Henry, cook, r. 8 Bridge 



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Benning John, drayman, r, 118 Washington 

Benning 'Win., with Joseph Schwarz, r. 1517 
Filbert 

Bennink Adrian W., compositor with H. S. 
Crocker & Co., r. 1 Central pi 

Benoit Amed^e J., compositor, r. 80? Mont 

Benoit Ghas. H., tailor with Gilly & Mig- 
non, r. 803 Montgomery 

Benoit Louis P., tailor with Paul Motzen- 
becker, r. 803 Montgomery 

Benrimo Joseph, stock broker, r. G15 Kear 

Bensel J. H., paper hanger, r. 746 Howard 

Bensen Com-ad, groceries, sw cor Polk and 
Broadway 

Bensen Henry (Lilienthal & Bensen) and 
groceries, 770 Bryant 

Bensenhofer Gottlob, carptr. r. Sacramento 
Hotel 

Bensick W., butcher, r. 605 Broadway 

Bensil James, painter, r. 747 Howard 

Bensley John (Linforth, Kellogg & Co.) r. 
The Baldwin 

Benson A. E. Miss, teacher Fourth-st Prim- 
ary School, r. 2710 Howard 

Benson B. C, master stmr Pioneer 

Benson Benj., r. 1330 Broadway 

Benson B. F. M., atty-at-law and mining sec, 
240 Montgomery, rm 4, r. 700 California 

Benson Chas., seaman brig Hazard 

Benson Frank, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 

Benson Franklin K., elk Odd Fellows' Sav- 
ings Bank, r. 2710 Howard 

Benson Frederick, carptr bark Montana 

Benson Geo., res 1206 Market 

Benson Gustave, r. 1206 Market 

Bensou Henry, furniture and auction 
warerooms, 943 Market, r. 1005 Mission 

Benson Henry, tailor, 275 Stevenson 

Benson Henry C. Kev., editor Cal. Christian 
Advocate, 536 Stevenson, r. Santa Clara 

Ben$>ou Juines, sec Odd Fellows' Sav- 
ings Bank, r. 2710 Howard 

Benson James, teamster National Flour 
Mills, r. 612 Ellis 

Benson James E. R. ,pres8man,r.27 10 Howard 

Benson John, capitalist, r. 803 Stockton 

Benson John, butcher with Gradwohl &■ Co., 
r. 1011 Clay 

Benson John A., surveyor and civil engi- 
neer, 504 Jackson, r. Alameda 

Benson Martin, with I. M. Wentworth & 
Co., r. 108 Fell 

Benson Nick, seaman, P. C. S. S. Co 

Benson P. F., res 349% Minna 

Benson Patrick, waiter Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Benson Richard, master tug Jennie Gawue, 
r. 1300 Jackson 

Benson S., widow, r. 411 Powell 

Benson Samuel H., boilermkr S. P. 11. R., r. 
1310% Natoma 

Benson Sanford G., printer, r. 30 Silver 

Benson Thos, r. 9 Park av 

Benson Thos. A., porter with Banner Bros. 
Benson Thos. A., mariner, r. cor Merchant 
and East 



Benson Wm. B., boot crimper, r. 51 Brady 
Benson Wm. W., printer, r. 30 Silver 
Bensten Maggie, housekeepr, Brooklyn Hotel 
Bensuetta Joseph, milker with E. Swett, r. 

ns. 29th nr Mission 
Bent Charles, watchman Mission Woolen 

Mills 
Bent Edward F., bkpr with I. Friedlander, r. 

606 Folsom 
Bent John T., warehouseman, r. 513 Fol 
Bent Silas, woodworker Carvill Mnfg Co., 

r. Columbia Hotel 
Bent Wm L., lab, r. 1017 Battery 
Bent Wm W., carptr, r. Cincinnati Hotel 
Benter Mary, widow, r. 1 Chestnut al 
Benthack Henry, nightfireman Cal Sugar 

Refinery, r. Bryant bet Seventh and 

Eighth 
Bentham Henry, (Holland & Bentham) r. 

Twenty-second 
Bentham Henry, machinist Union Iron Wks, 

r. 25 M 
Bentielichy Henry, farmer, r. nw. cor Henry 

and Amherst 
Bentler Frank B., shademaker with George 

W. Clark, r. 16 Ellis 
Bentle Geo., porter, r. 9 Berry 
Beutley Geo., policeman, r. Potrero 
Bentley Horace N., r. 18 Glover 
Bentley James, bootmkr, r. 524 Mission 
Bentley Robert, master schr Maggie John- 
ston, r. 12 Sacramento 
Bentley W. Darley, vice consul Empire of 

Brazil, 309 California, rm 15, r. Oakland 
Benton Byron W., cabiuetmkr with Chas. 

Field & Co., r. 4 Vallejo 
Benton C. L., bkpr with F. N. Woods & Co., 

r. 927% Post 
Benton Millard, with M. J. Flavin, r. 4 Val- 
lejo pi 
Benton M. Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) Wm. H. 

Watson sec, 302 Mont, rms 5-6 
Bentura P. steerage steward stmr Los An- 
geles 
Bentzen Edward, maltster with Spreckles & 

Co., r. 75 Everett 
Bentzen Henry, elk with Richard Gefken, 

r. cor Bryant and Downey 
Benz <fe Co. (John Benz and Joseph Buhlin- 

ger) fish, 34 Grand Central Market 
Benz John (Benz & Co.) r. 807 Union 
Benzecry Moses, cigarmkr, r. 905 Post 
Beonet Alexander, lauudryman with John 

Josser 
Beppler John, butcher, 1518 Dupont 
Beran Emanuel, shoemkr, 1608 Powell 
Beran Frank, shoemkr, r. 1003 Pacific 
Beran Frank jr., shoemkr, r. 1003 Pacific 
Berana Frederick, collector, r. G49 Third 
Beranger Frank, fireman, r. 3 Broadway 
Beraitt Giovanni, farmer, r. ws. R. R. 

nv bet P and O, S. S. F. 
Berbericht August, butcher Grand Central 

Market, r. 26 Lewis 



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Berbora John N., clerk with M. Vucovich, 

r. 528 Kearny 
Bercke Augustus, real estate, r. 309 Third 
Berckheardt Frederick, driver, r. 906 La- 

guna 
Berdan Frank C, weigher U. S. Mint, r. 108 

Taylor 
Berdan Geo. N., stairbuilder with B. H. 

Freeman & Co., r. 605 Pine 
Berdell Geo., lab, r. cor Francisco and 

Main. 
Berdesley John H., elk, r. 910 Taylor 
Berdull R., physician and surgeon, 214/^ 

Sixth 
Bereau Felix, baker, r. 627 Broadway 
Bereda B., tailor with E. Vasquez, r. 720 

Stockton 
Beretta G., money broker and general com 

agt, 520 Clay, r. Oakland 
Beretta John, machinist Union Iron Works, 

r. 19 Sherwood pi 
Berg Adolph, inspector Custom House, r. 

324 Twenty-second 
Berg Anthony, clerk with G. Ammerup, r. 20 

Folsom av 
Berg C, physician, 618 California 
Berg Carl, carptr, r. Post-st House 
Berg Chas., cutler with J. H. Schintz, r. 315 

Clementina ■ 
Berg Christian L., seaman, r. 419 Francisco 
Berg Edward, r. 719 Clay 
Berg Ferdinand, butcher, 1005 Folsom, r. 452 

Clementina 
Berg Frederick R., cashier with Brown & 

Desmond, r. 12 Oak 
Berg (jeo. C, driver for F. O'Kane, r. 741 

Market 
Berg Giistav, drayman with S. Jacob, r. 

11421^ Market 
Berg John A., clerk with P. A. Swansea, r. 

nw. cor Ritch and Clara 
Berg Joseph, shoemkr, r. 444^^ Clementina 
Berg Louis, brtdr, r. 333 Bush 
Berg Peter, molder with John G. lis, r. 

1016 Pacific 
Berg Rasmus, watchman with West Coast 

Furn. Co., r. 18Freelon 
Berg Thomas (Anderson & Berg) r. 43 Sac 
Berg Wm., seaman, r. Washington bet 

Drumm and East 
Bergan John, boilermkr, r. 21 Clementina 
Bergdahl O., shipwright, r. 44 Louise 
Berge Annie Miss, r. 2 Calhoun 
Berge Erick O., groceries, 218 Green, r. 2 

Calhoun 
Bergemans Louisa Mrs., dressmaker, 106 

Austin 
Bergen Adrian, salesman with A. Galli & 

Co., r. 20 Prospect pi 
Bergen James, machinist Union Iron Wks, 

r. 726 Harrison 
Bergen Patrick, cook City Restaurant, r. 

se. cor Leavenworth and Clay 
Bergen Martin, tailor, 3 Mary Lane 
Bergener August, lab, r. Heinz Hotel 



Bergenheim 0., lab Pac. Rolling Mills 
Bergenspurger Wm., r. 754 Harrison 
Berger Adolph, varnisher, r. 428 Tehama 
Berger Fred. G., acting manager Baldwin's 

Academy of Music 
Berger Joigny, cook, r. 327 Montgomery av 
Berger Julius (Ed. Cohn & Co.) r. 524 Pine 
Berger Martin L. Rev., pastor Westminster 

Presbyterian Church, r. 118 Fell 
Bergerole Louis, pressman with P. J. 

Thomas, r. 223 Minna 
Bergeron Peter, lab, r. St. Rose bet Ferry 

and Collins 
Bergerot J. A., real estatate, r. nw. cor 16th 

and Rhode Island 
Bergerot John, teacher, r. 613 Stockton 
Berges' Branch Restaurant., P. B. 

Berges & Co. proprs, 737 Market 

Berges Celestin, French bakery, 109 Dupont 

Berges P. B. A Co. (P. B. Berges, 

Auguste Drayeur and Dominique Caz- 

eaux) proprs Miners' Restaurant, 531- 

533 Commercial and Berges' Branch 

Restaurant, 737 Market 

Berges P. B. (P. B. Berges & Co.) r. 411 

Post 
Berges P., vegetables, 22 Colombo Market 
Bergeson Alfred, machinist, r. 5 Jackson 
Bergevin Nelson L., salesman with J. Renz, 

r. 271 Stevenson 
Bergez & Llebschiitz (J. Bergez and Ch. 
Liebschiitz) proprs Occidental Restaur- 
ant 536 Washington 
Bergez John (Bergez & Liebschiitz) r. 621 

Union 
Bergfeld Robert, carptr, r. es. Sanchez nr 

28th 
Berggren & Louthan (August Berggren and 
William H. Louthan) money brokers, 
406 Montgomery 
Berggren August (Berggren & Louthan)and 
Consiil Sweden and Norway, office 406 
Montgomery, r. 1111 Stockton 
Bergin Ellen, widow, r. 1520 Powell 
Bergin John, lab, r. es. Hampshire bet Cen- 
ter and Santa Clara 
Bergin Mary, widow, r. 1526 Powell 
Bergin MichaVl, atty-at-law, 79 Mont blk 
Bergin T. I. (McAllisters & Bergin) atty-at- 
law, rm 30 Nevada blk 
Berglund Andrew, tailor, r. 905 Post 
Berglund Nels (Smith & Burglund) r. 100 

Jackson 
Berglund Nils, boots and shoes, 229 J^ Mont- 
gomery av, r. 316 O'Farrell 
Bergman A., r. 1313 Fillmore 
Bergman Alexander, master bark C. L.Taylor 
Bergman Jacob, bkpr, r. cor Stockton and 

Washington 
Bergman , Samuel, butcher with Wilson, 

Merry <fe Co., r 331 Kearny 
Bergmanu Abraham (Rotger & Bergmann) 

r. 102 Bernard 
Bergmann Jacob (Frankenthal & Co.) r. 
1603 Gough 



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Be»gmanu Nathan, canclymkr with Rotger & 

Beigmann, r. 102 Bernard 
Bergold Chas. V., propr Eureka Hotel, 726 

Braunan 
Bergon \Vm., cook, r. ns. Fairmount nr 

Chenery 
Bergqiiiat Andrew G., cooper Pac. Barrel 

and Keg Co., r. 221 >^ Clara 
Bergrole Chiis., brtdr with A. Perrier, r. se. 

cor Bush and Dupont 
Bergsen Ole, insurance adjuster, 307 Cali- 
fornia, r. 312 Fulton 
Bergstein Emma, domestic, 2941 Mission 
Bergstein L., widow, r. 1326 Polk 
Bergstrom Adolph, tailor, r. 601 Powell 
Bergbtrom John, organ builder, sw. cor 24th 

and Mission, r. ws. Lundy's lane nr Es- 
meralda 
Berhofer Conrad, butcher, r. 542% Folsom 
Bertowitch Geo. upholsterer with G. Baum jr 
Bering James E., bki^r with John P. Bering, 

r. 417 Francisco 
Bering John P., agt Howard & Morse, 

420 Sansome, r. 417 Francisco 
Beritzhoft' Alexander C, storekeeper U. S. 

Inte.nal Revenue 
Berjene Meleo, lab, r. ws. San Jos^ Road nr 

St. Mary's College 
Berk Maurice G., cigar mcht, 321 Montgom- 
ery, r. 913 Jackson 
Berke Adolph, silversmith, r. 243 Stevenson 
Berkeley Ferry and R. R. Co., \Vm. Stuart 

sec, 113 Leidesdorff 
Berkeley Joseph M., whitener, r. 138 Dora 
Berkeley Real Estate and Waterworks Co., 

Wm. Stuart sec, 113 Leidesdorff 
Berkeley Land Town Improvement Assn, A. 

Rammelsberg pres, S. A. Penwell sec, 

717 Montgomery 
Berkeley Villa Assn, "Wm. Stuart sec, 113 

Leidesdorff 
Berkinmeyer Anthony, sausagemkr with M. 

Schwamm, r. Brooklyn 
Berkowitz Meyer, r. 556 Minna 
Berkowitz Rebecca Mrs., cloak and mantilla 

maker, 1008 Stockton, r. 556 Minna 
Berle Ed., dishwasher Chicago Hotel 
Berle John, lab Cal. Sugar Refinery, 
Berle Samuel, gardener, 1018 Post, r. Heinz 

Hotel 
Berlenz Joseph, lab with Saulmann & Lau- 

eustein, 518 California 
Berlin Chas., groceries, nw. cor Chesnut and 

Dupont 
Berlin-Cologne Fire Ins. Co. (limited) (of 

Berlin) Tideman, Hirschfeld & Co. agts, 

302 Sansome 
Berlin F. A., atty-at-law, 515 California, r. 

509 Powell 
Berlin Henry, liquor agt Sonoma Valley 

Wine Co., r. 309% Elm 
Berlin Simon N., bkpr with Ad. Lewis & 

Co., r. 716 Leavenworth 
Berline Wm. O., stevedore, r. ne. cor Va- 
lencia and 22d 



Berliner G., r. 308 Sutter 

Berliner Herman N., clothing mnfr, r. 326 

Minna 
Berliner I. A., furniture, ne. cor Harrison 

and Third 
Berley Solomon, gardener, r. cor Dupont 

and Post 
Berman A. N., elk, r. 1620 Jessie 
Bermingham Edward, compositor, r. 736 

Market 
Bermingham E. R., dpty recorder's office, 

r. 245 Tehama 
Bermingham John, engineer, r. 451 Bryant 
Bermingham John, agt Colorado Steam Nav. 

Co., 10 Market, r. 611 Chestnut 
Bermingham Sarah, domestic, 1121 Pine 
Bermingham Thos. I., harnessmkr with 

Chas. H. Nelson, r. 352 Minna 
Berna Fred., policeman, r. 2219 Powell 
Berual Joseph C, r. cor 17th and Church 
Bernal Manuel, elk with Lazard Freres, r. 

906 Stockton 
Bernard A., elk with A. Goodman, r. 2214 

Sixteenth 
Bernar<l A. F., dealer ^^'ine9, liquors 

and cigars, ne. cor Fifth and Howard, 

r. 918 Natoma 
Bernard Albert 0., law student with Phelan 

& Le Breton, r. so. cor Union and Jones 
Bernard Amelia C., domestic. 929 Pine 
Bernard Bernard, upholsterer, r. 520 Minna 
Bernard Cliarlei^, Chartres Coffee and 

Spice Mills,707-709 Sansome, r. 312 Oak 
Bernard Chas. A., house and sign painter, 

629 Merchant, r. 1611 Clay 
Bernard Clarence, expressman, r. 108 Lily 
Bernard CoUum, porter Kline & Co., r. 1120 

Mission 
Bernard Edward, elk, r. 120 William 
Bernard Edward, policeman, r. 452 Natoma 
Bernard E. Mrs., r. 17 Oak Grove av 
Bernard F., carptr and builder, 516 Kearny, 

r. 1515 Hyde 
Bernard Geo., lab, r. 327 Filbert, rear 
Bernard Harry, barber, 653 Sacramento, r. 

117 Fifth 
Bernard Isaac, hardware and crockery, ns. 

16th bet Mission and Valencia 
Bernard Jane, widow, r. 6% Auburn 
Bernard Jane Mrs., second-hand furniture, 

781 Folsom 
Bernard J. F., elk with A. B. Elfelt & Co., r. 

714 Bush 
Bernard John, longshoreman, r. 5 Drumm 
Bernard John, saloon, 42 Sacramento, r. 5 

California 
Bernard John S., with Deming, Palmer & 

Co., r. 614 Natoma 
Bernard Julius, furniture, r. 1002 Geary 
Bernard Mary Louisa, widow, r. 262 Tehama 
Bernard M. D., porter with Main & Winches- 
ter, r. 1304% Montgomery 
Bernard M. D. jr., shipping elk with Main & 

Winchester, r. 1304% Montgomery 
Bernard P., carpets and furniture, 312 Sutter 



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Bernard Thos., bootblack, cor Sansome and 

Market, r. cor Sixth and Howard 
Bernard Ticoulet, cook with P. Jagon, r. 522 

Pine 
Bernard Ulrec, baker with Wm. J. Davis, r. 

23% Second 
Bernard Victoria, teacher French, r. 911 

Jackson, rear 
Bernard — , painter, r. 633 California 
Beruardi Carlo de, cook with N. Castis, r. 

1118 Kearny 
Beinardi G., r. 726 Green 
Bernardo Guliano, cook. r. County Line bet 

San Jose and San Bruno roads 
Berndt Joseph, lab Cal. Dry Dock Co., 

Hunter's Point, S. S. F. 
Berne Jean, marble worker with C. Roche, 

r. 1010 Stockton 
Bernea E. J. conductor Market-st R. K., r, 

820 Geary 
Berner John H. D., cigarmkr with Lange & 

Scheffer, r. ne. cor Fourth and Folsom 
Berner John, lab, r. se. cor Shasta and 

Michigan 
Bernert Fred., porter with A. E. Biggs &, Co., 

r. 17 Hinckley 
Bernert Fred., waiter Euss House, r. 17 

Hinckley 
Bernett John, r. 30th av nr Potrero av 
Bernhamer Henry, propr Junction 

Eestaiuant and Oyster House, 1146 

Market 
Bernhard B. (Stable & Bernhard) r. 215 

Prospect pi 
Bernhard Chas., r. Continental Hotel 
Bernhard Geo. jr., brtdr with Dougherty & 

Harrison, r. 22 Stockton pi 
Bernhard Jacob, cabinetmkr, r. 671% Clem- 
entina 
Bernhard Lenz, barber with Oppenheim & 

Steiber, r. 519 Octavia 
Bernhard Rigoleso, fruits, cor Third and Jes- 
sie, r. 6 Clara lane 
Bernhart Christian, porter with Nelson & 

Doble, r. 239 Clara 
Bernhart Geo., r. 31-4 Oak 
Bernheim Abraham (Einstein & Bernheim) 

r. San Buenaventura 
Bernheim Edward, confectioner with Roths- 
child & Ehrenpfort 
Beruius Fred, special policemaD, r. sw. 

cor Beale and Bryant 
Bernotti F., musician, 108 Bernard 
Bernstein Abraham, fruit, 528 Third 
Bernstein Abram, cook with Geo. Bernstein, 

r. 714 Ellis 
Bernstein Alexander, waiter with Geo. Bern- 
stein, r. 7l4 Ellis 
Bernstein David, tailor, r. 729 Folsom 
Bernstein E., upholsterer, 315 Third, r. 544 

Bryant 
Bern!«tein George, oyster saloon, 50- 

52 Cal. Market, r. 714 Ellis 
Bernstein Herman, gents' furnishing goods, 

422 Third, r. 425 Third 



Bernstein Henry, r. 913 Howard 
Bernstein Isaac, oysterman with Geo. Bern- 
stein, r. 714 Ellis 
Bernstein J., elk, r. 1113 Stockton 
Bernstein Jacob, elk with A. Jacobs, r. 809 

Jackson 
Bernstein Joseph, gents' furnishing goods, 

824 Market, r. 20 Mason 
Bernstein Julins C, wholesale and 
retail wines, liquors, etc., 957 Market, 
r. 706 Harrison 
Bernstein Louis, gents' furnishing and cloth- 
ing, 824 Market, r. 20 Mason 
Bernstein Louis, upholsterer, r. 317 Third 
Bernstein M. C, furniture dealer, 532% 

California, r. 1120% Broadway 
Bernstein Solomon, fancy goods, 38 Fourth, 

r. 405 Post 
Bernstein Solomon, junk pedlar, r. 711 

Brannan 
Bernstein Wilhelm, clerk with Ordenstein & 

Co., r. 1603 Gough 
Bernstein — , r. 236 Sutter 
Berntson Emanuel, driver with Eli Ewell, r. 

ss. Palmer nr Sanchez 
Bernzott Frank, boarding and lodging, 20 

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Bero John, scroll sawyer California Mills 
Berolzhime J., bkpr with Porter, Oppen- 

heimer & Slessinger, r. 922 Geary 
Beronio G., propr Eoma Hotel, 818 Sansome 
Berot B., gardener French Hospital, ss. Bry- 
ant bet Fifth and Sixth 
Berran W. E., traveler with Koppel «fe Dwan, 

r. 512 Mission 
Berre J., carrier The Guide, r. California 

Hotel 
Berre F., florist, r. 213 Dupont 
Berriball John, carptr, r. 32 Rousch 
Berries Chas., steward ship Olive S. South- 
ard 
Berrill A., r. 1525 Washington 
Berrill Andrew, seaman bark Portland 
Berrill G., r. 1525 Washington 
Berrill Thomas, carptr, r. 777% Mission 
Berris Luverne, capitalist, r. 919 Geary 
Berry & Capp (Charles S. Capp} real estate 

agts, 418 Montgomerj- 
Berry * Place (W. 0. M. Berry and 
J. F. Place) mill and mining machinery, 
engines, etc., sw. cor Fremont and Markt 
Berry Aaron, boxmkr, r. 14 Bourbon 
Berry Amos, longshoreman, r. 211 Second 
Berry Andrew, lumberman, r. 36 Tehama 
Berry August, brtdr with Andrew Peterson, 

r. 823 Battery 
Berry Chas., carptr, r. 720 Stockton 
Berry Chas.. planer Union Box Factory, r. 

502 Taylor 
Berry Chas. M., elk with Berry, Wolfskill & 

Co., r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Berry David H., conductor, r. 132 Fern av 
Berry Douglass, boatbldr with Chas. W. 

Merrill, r. Elcho House 
Berry Eliza Mrs., branch bakery, 516 Mis 



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Berry E., carptr Beale-st Mills, r. 11 Verona 
Berry E. W., foreman Spirit of the Times, 

r. Humboldt House 
Berrv Fulton G. (Berry, Wolfskill & Co.) r. 

2212 Howard 
Berry Geo., carptr, r. 42 Park ay 
Berry Geo. H., painter with Hopps & Sons, 

r. 537 Third 
Berry Geo. W., teamster •nath Geo. B. 

Knowles & Son., r. 10 Eleventh 
Berry Gideon M., bkpr with Sherifif, r. Ar- 
lington House 
Berry Henry V., conductor N. B. and M. 

R. R., r. 134 Clara 
Berry James, lab, r. ws. San Brtino Eoad nr 

Wayland 
Berry James, miner, r. Sweeny bet Goettin- 

gen and Williams 
Berry James, seaman, r. 29 Frederick, rear 
Berry James jr., brassfinisher, r. 29 Freder- 
ick, rear 
Berry James L. (Gilmanife Berry) r. sw. cor 

Bush and Montgomery 
Berry James M., r. 127 Kearny 
Berry J. B. Mrs., furnished rooms, 109 Mont 
Berry J. B., widow, r. sw. cor Shotwell and 

24th 
Berry John, (Griswold & Berry) r. Golden 

Gate Hotel 
Berry John, salesman Banner Bros., r. 840 

California 
Berry John, servant, 301 Lombai'd 
Berry Louis, driver with Fred Hellwig, r. 

110 Dupout 
Berry Mary Ann, domestic, r. 8563^ Har 
BeiTy Mathew, fruit dealer, r. Sweeny bet 

Goettingen and Williams 
Berry Michael, engineer stmr Santa Cruz 
Berry Michael, lab, r. 34 Natoma 
Berry Morris, metal roof6r with Conlin & 

Roberts 
Berry Richard, engineer stmr Montana, r. 

543 Howard 
Berry Richard, paperhanger, r. 545 Howard 
Berry Sarah A., widow, r. 1238 Bush 
Berry Street House, Peter Hayes propr, 106 

Beriy 
Berry Thoa., carptr with Cal. Mills, r. 1723 

Jessie 
Berry Thos., driver Market-st R. R., r. 2d 

av nr 16th 
Berry Thos. H., machinist, r. 237 Sixth 
Berry Thos. H., operator A. and P. Tel. 

Co., r. 643 Folsom 
Berry Thos., P., boarding, 124 Townsend 
Berry Wm. D., compositor Spirit of the 

Times, r. cor Pacific and Kearny 
Berrj' Wm. F., delivery elk A. and P. Tel. 

Co., r. 105 Mason 
Berry Wm. H., bricklayer, r. 26 Turk 
Berry W. L., compositor Spirit of the Times, 

r. Oakland 
Berry, Wolfskill & Co. (Fulton G. Berrj', 

Edward Wolfskill and Amos Roberts) 

stockbrokers, 324 Montgomery 



Berry W. 0. M. (Berry & Place) r. Oakland 

Berry — , r. 534 Bush 

Berry — , machinist, r. 101 Mason 

Berryman A Doyle (H. B. Berryman) 
coal dealers, bulkhead bet Pacific and 
Jackson 

Berryman Arthur (Husselman & Co.) r. 25 
Oak 

Berryman E., student Heald's Business Col- 
lege, r. Oakland 

Berryman Frederick M., elk with Berryman 
& Doyle, r. 406 Octavia 

Berryman Henry B. (Berryman & Doyle) r. 
610 Van Ness av 

Berryman J. T., butcher, 47 Grand Central 
Market, r. 513 Stevenson 

Berter Henry, painter Real Estate AssociateB, 
r. 835 Hayes 

Bersch Philip, barber, 303 Washington 

Berson A. & Son (Albert and Gustave Ber- 
son) oil cloths and furniture, 714 Wash 

Berson Albert (A. Berson & Son) r. 429 Sut 

Berson A. Mrs., French laundry, r. 429 Sut 

Berson Gustave (A. Berson & Son) r. 429 
Sutter 

Berson Victor A., upholsterer, r. 828 Wash 

Bert Edward G. jr., saloon. Grand Opera 
House, r. Shotwell bet 20th and 2l8t 

Bert F. W., r. 128 Tenth 

Bert — , druggist with Wm. K. Doherty 

Bertand E. H., chief cook Martin's Restau- 
rant, r. 1302 Pacific 

Bertano Louis, bootblack with John Phil- 
lips 

Bertelseu Otto, drayman, r. 1612 Buchanan 

Bertheau Ceasar, with Henry Balzer & Co., 
r. 709 Mason 

Berthelot Leonora, r. 1121%. Folsom 

Berthelson Emile, hostler, 569 Harrison 

Berthelsou Peter, seaman, r. 129 Jackson 

Berthet J., jeweler, r. 420 Sutter 

Berthold L., r. 1116 Montgomery 

Berthold Louis, butcher, 206 Broadway 

Bertholet Beuoit, stonecutter with John Lee, 
r. Alameda 

Bertilsen Adolph, salesman with Lorentz 
Foard, r. 420 Stevenson 

B«rtiu Alexander, dyeing and scouring, 147 
Third, cor Post and Dupont, 521 Fil- 
bert and cor Stockton and Pacific, r. 4 
Virginia blk 

Bertin Leon, packer with J. A. Folger & 
Co., r. 1412 Powell 

Bertini Udrico (Menesini & Bertini) r. 619 
Broadway 

Bcrtman Fertlinand, carptr, r. 729 Grove 

Bertman John Chas., music teacher, r. 729 
Grove 

Bertody Chas., physician, r. 1005 Stockton 

Bertolameo Diltino, lab, r. County Line bet 
San Jo8^ and San Bruno Roads 

Bertolani P., groceries, no. cor Main and 
Folsom 

Bertols Albert, cabinetmkr with Chas. Field 
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Bertolucci G. & Co. (G. Bertolucci and 
Lazzaro Granneci) proprs Albergo De 
Lucco Hotel, 307-309 Broadway 
Bertolncci G. (G. Bertolucci & Co.) r. 309 

Broadway 
Berton Flavien, cook with C. H. Meyer, 

r. 613 Bush 
Berton Francis, consul for Portugal and 
Switzerland and manager Swiss-Ameri- 
can Bank, off 527 Clay, r. 11 South Park 
Bertram Autona, burler S.F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. 1128 Greenwich 
Bertram Chris, musician, 539 California 
Bertram Thos., plumber, r. 209 Eleventh 
Bertran Dary, r. 528 Bush, rear 
Bertran Louis, fruits, ns. California bet 
Montgomery and Kearny, r. 135 Dupont 
Bertrand Andrew, furrier, 501 Kearny 
Bertrand August, laundry, r. 913 Stockton 
Bertrand Dennis, cook with H. Hoesch, r. 

1315 Kearny 
Bertrand F. Joseph, propr Hotel of All Na- 
tions, 432 Broadway 
Bertrand Geo., chairmkr, r. 108 Virginia 
Bertrand Jacob, brtdr, r. 432 Broadway 
Bertrand Jean Baptiste, waiter Poodle Dog 

Kestaurant 
Bertrand Joseph, lab, r. Waller nr Buchanan 
Bertrand Pien-e, r. 518 Pacific 
Bertrand Rosina, widow, r. 13 Louisa 
Bertrandies Alphonse, carptr, r. 409% Fourth 
Bertschi Albert, teamster Yates &Co., r. 223 

Main 
Bertuth S., picker with Hart «fe Goodman, r. 

14 Lafayette pi 
Bertz & Alonso (Jacob Bertz and J. Alonso) 
imps tobacco and mufrs cigars, se. cor 
Market and Fremont 
Bertz Chas., tailor, r. 405 Natoma 
Bertz Jacob (Bertz & Alonso) r. 2215 Fill- 
more 
Berwanger M., cook, r. 119 Jackson 
Berwesk David, plumber with Sutherland & 

Gray 
Berwick Thos., sailmkr with W. C. Wood, 

r. 1310 Filbert 
Berwick Wm. H., fireman, r. 22 Clementina 
Berwin Moritz (P. Berwin and Bro.) r. New 

York 
Berwin P. &, Bro. (Pincus & Moritz Berwin) 

imps hats and caps, 106 Battery 
Berwin Pincus (P. Berwin & Bro.) r. 1320 

Tyler 
Bery C, physician, 618 California 
Besancon E., shoemkr with E. Flubacher, r. 

506% Bush 
Besaria Louis, teller Pacific Bank, r. 115 

Page 
Besau Camillo, fisherman, r. cor Vallejo and 

San some 
Besby Henry, saloon keeper, r. 314 Ivy 
Bescherer John, painter, r 16 Clara 
Bescharmann Adolph, upholsterer with 
SAlueter & Volberg, r. 605 O'Farrell 



BcBchormann August H., salesman with 

Koch & Rogers, r. 503 O'Farrell 
Beschormaun Chas. F., mail elk California 

Demokrat, r. 312 Post 
Besecke Wm. (Wagener & Besecke) r. 1906 

Larkin 
Besenthal Ernst, cook Russ House 
Besenthal Hermann, baker Russ House 
Besse Joseph 0., salesman with Kaindler & 

Co., r. 2322 Pine 
Bessemer Henry L., chemist and perfumer, 

1587 Turk 
Bessogni Philomina Mrs., lodgings, 1507 

Stockton 
Besson C. Mrs., seamstress, r. 17 Union pi 
Bessou — , locksmith, r. 717 Pacific 
Best and Belcher M. Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) 

Wm. Willis sec, 29 Nevada bl 
Best Chas., saloon, 872 Folsom 
Best David A., porter with L. Eppinger, r. 

722 Front 
Best John F., clerk Lighthouse Engineer's 

office, 12th Dist., r. 319 Fremont 
Best Peter, card tender S.F. Pioneer Woolen 

Factory, r. 114 Valparaiso 
Best Wm., stairbuilder, r. 516 Leavenworth 
Bester John H., saloon and shooting gallery 

913 Kearny, r. 15 Verona 
Besthorn Geo., painter, r. 424 Leavenworth 
Besthorn Hermann, bootmkr with Adolph 

Utschig, r. 9 William 
Bestier Fred., shoemkr with Henry Thumler, 

r. 25 Morton 
Beston Frank, r. 1332 Green 
Bestoi H. T., architect, 652 Market, r. 1921 

Sutter 
Betaucourt Frank, seaman, r. 416 Green 
Betancue Joseph P., photographer with H. 

W. Vaughan, r. Oakland 
Betaux E. L., mnfr with Favre & Jaujou, r. 

10 Whitmore pi 
Betger Edward, shoemkr, 545 Merchant, r. 

736 Green 
Beth Michael, blacksmith with John 01- 

quist, r. ns. Filbert bet Webster and 

Fillmore 
Bethany Congregational Church, Rev. W. C. 

Pond i^astor, Bartlett nr 25th. 
Bethel Church (colored) John Dyer pastor, 

1207 Powell 
Bethel Geo., steward, r. 243 Fremont 
Bethel Velinda, chambermaid Palace Hotel 
Bethel Thos. W., policeman, r. 13 Fifth av 
Bethino Antonio, ice cream mkr Palace Ho- 
tel 
Betowski Jan, driver with G. Melsing, r. 638 

Dupont 
Betkowski Martin, marblecutter with Wm. 

Black, r. 23 Silver 
Betkowski Peter, expressman nw, cor Bush 

and Montgomery, r. 23 Silver 
Betsche Chas., locksmith with John G. lis, 

r. 5 Maiden lane 
Bettelheim A. S. Rev. D.D. rabbi Congre- 
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Bettcncourt Caesar, barber 20 Clay, r. 13 

Clay 
Bettencourt Emanuel, cabinetmkr, r. 916 

Harrison 
Bettencourt Jose S., medical student, r. 

907 Bush 
Bettencourt Sostenes, journalist, r. 641 Val- 

lejo 
Betti Antonio, vegetables, 77 Colombo Mrkt 
Bettis O. J., blacksmith and wagonmkr, 1434 

Jackson, r. 1808 Larkiu 
Bettmun Gustav, bkpr with Blochman & 

Cerf, r. 508 Eddy 
JBettmim Moses, soap mnfr, 311 Commercial, 

r. 508 Eddy 
Bettman S., student Heald's Business Col- 
lege, r. 508 Eddy 
Betts A., pilot stmr San Joaquin No. 2 
Betts Delia Mrs., r. 24 O'Farrell 
Betts J. M., physician and surgeon, 24 O'Far 
Betts Peter M., vice-pres. Betts Spring Co., 

r. Oakland 
Betts Spring Co., Wm. M. Betts pres., Ed- 
win Fretwell sec, 218-220 Fremont 
Betts Wm., spring fitter with Betts Spring 

Co., r. Oakland 
Betts Wm. M., i^res Betts Spring Co., r. 

Oakland 
Bettsby Frederick, blacksmith with John 

McDonald, r. 427 Brannan 
Betz John W., engineer Cal. Laundry, r. 415 

Broadway 
Betz Joseph, cigarmkr withLange &Shefifer, 

r. 2216 Mason 
Betzel Isidor L., bkpr Held Bros. & Co., r. 

537 O'Farrell 
Betzel Louis, boys' clothing, 109 Sansome, r. 

537 O'Farrell 
Betzold Jacob, foreman with C. F. Wagner 

it Co., r. Butchers' Home, S. S. F. 
Betzold M., r. 26 Turk 
Beuck Katie, domestic, 1230 Post 
Beuhler J. F., shoemkr, 205 Montgomery av 
Beuu James, teamster, r. 30 Rousch 
Benn Thos, teamster, r. 30 Rousch 
Buuregard — , roll turner Pac. Rolling Mills 
Beutler Emily, widow, r. 114 Ridley 
Bevan Chas., plasterer, r. 463 Clementina 
Bevan J. M., purser stmr Belgic 
Bevan Owen, teamster, r. ws. Gunnison av 

nr 27th 
Bevan W. J., miner, r. 431 Minna 
Bevans Isaac L., compositor with Spaulding 

& Barto, r. 1111 Mason 
Bevans James, herder, r. ne. cor 27th and 

Gunnison av 
Bevans John, contractor, r. ne. cor 27th and 

Gunnison av 
Bevell Harry, machinist, r. 29 Park av 
Bevtll M., widow, r. 29 Park av 
Beven James, waiter U. S. Restaurant, r. 13 

A.uburn 
Beverick — Mi-s., r. McClellan nr Lincoln 
Beveridge Geo. F., elk with King & Rodgers, 

r. 2308% Howard 



Beveridge Horatio, elk with Falkner, Bell & 
Co., r. 1620 Washington 

Beverleigh & Co. (Chinese) cigar factory, 
409 Commercial 

Beverly Chas. E., elk, r. 350 First 

Beverly Wm., waiter Commercial Hotel 

Beversen & Bro. (Henry and Martin Bever- 
sen) groceries, ne. cor Mission and An- 
thony 

BeTcrseu A Bro. (Carsten and Mar- 
tin Beversen) groceries and liquors, 
1712 Eddy 

Beversen Carsten (Beversen & Bro.) r. 1712 
Eddy 

Beversen Henry (Beversen & Bro.) r. ne. 
Mission and Anthony 

Beversen Martin (Beversen & Bro.) r. 1712 
Eddy 

Bewley Clifton L., salesman with Gedge & 
Thayer, r. 628 Sutter 

Bewley Mary J., widow, r. ws. Shotwell nr 
26th 

Bewley Wm., bkpr, r. 629 California 

Bewley Wm. J., machinist, r. Solano nr 
Pennsylvania av 

Bextou Frank, mcbt, r. 810 Howard 

Beybie Eugene spicemill hand, r. 18 Pros- 
pect pi 

Beyea James L. (Riotte & Beyea) r. Occi- 
dental Hotel 

Beyer & Fortmann (A. Beyer and F. Fort- 
man) saloon and billiard hall, 310 Six- 
teenth 

Beyer A. (Beyer & Fortmann) r. 310 Six- 
teenth 

Beyer George, saloon, cor Powell and Van- 
dewater, r. cor Geary and William 

Beyer Louis H., barber with Conrad Born, 
r. 625 Vallejo 

Beyer Otto, propr Union Restaurant, 531 
Fourth 

Beyer R. Mme., ladies' hair, 434 Bush 

Beyer S. J., widow, r. 1028 McAllister 

Beyer Wm., brtdr with Wm. Leege & Co., r. 
2 Martha pi 

Beyersdorff Louis (Safferhill & Beyersdorflf) 
r. 20G Van Ness av 

Beynon David, rail-roller Pac. Rolling Mills, 
r. ws. Michigan nr Shasta 

Beysol Frederick, truckman, r. 10 Wildey 

Bezzini G., waiter Campi's Restaurant, 520 
Clay 

Biagi Natale, hostler with L. Marsili & Co., 
r. 11 Broadway 

Biugini F., expressman, r. San Jos^ Road nr 
St. Mary's College 

Biagiui Giuseppi, blacksmith, r. Roma Hotel 

Bialenberg Peter, master schr Columbus, r. 
New Atlantic Hotel 

Biancalani Antoni (L. Marsili & Co.) r. 320 
Broadway 

Biaucalana F., vegetables, 61 Colombo Mar- 
ket 

Bianchi .\ngelo, tailor, r. 5 Gaven 

Bianchi Angelo, stonecutter, r. 9 I'nion pi 



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Bianchi Antonio, 'woodcarver, r. Eoma Hotel 
Bianchi Chas., marble works, 829 Market, r. 

Washington bet Powell and Mason 
Bianchi Eugenio, teacher vocal music, 426 

Kearny 
Bianchi G. B., carptr mth John Drouilhat 
Bianchi Giuseppi, pastemkr with Ravenna 

& Morizio 
Biarnez Amaris Mme., French laundry, 908 

Larkin 
Biart Henry G., jeweler with M. Aufrichtig, 

r. 530 Valencia 
Bibb D. H. clerk, r. 961 Harrison 
Bibbins Geo. W., miner, r. 315 Jessie 
Bibbins, Tilton & Co. (Tracy L. Bib- 
bins, S. S. Tilton and T. E. Hughes) 

real estate agts, 402 Kearny 
Bibbins T. L. (Bibbins, Tilton & Co.) r. 

1507 Leavenworth 
Bibeau Isaac, blacksmith, es. Mission bet 

28th and 29th 
Biber Adam, cigarettemkr with John Ball- 
man, r. Olympic House 
Biber Julia Mme., dressmkr, r. 914 Clay 
Bibo Samuel, elk with Schoenholz & Bier- 

hoff, r. 469 Minna 
Bichard C. N., salesman with N. Bichard, 

r. 365 First 
Bichard Nicholas, coal, 16-18 Howard, r. 

365 First 
Bick John, upholsterer with N. Bush 
Bick Robert, r. 604 Minna 
Bickel Magdelena, widow, r. 26 Haight 
Bickford Clarence E., elk with Rudolph 

Hochhofifer, r. 524 Jones 
Bickford Thos. M., engineer with J. Spaul- 

ding & Co., r. 322 Fifth 
Bickleman F. B., millwright, r. 218 Bdwy 
Bicknell Abijah, miner, r. 3253^ Post 
Bicknell Bertha A. Miss, type-writer with J. 

M. Bradstreet & Son 
Bicknell James N., gilder with I. Barron, r. 

606 Stockton 
Bidal John, r. 6 Maiden Lane 
Biddle Emma A., domestic, 1312% Natoma 
Biddle Phillip, capitalist, r. 205 Taylor 
Biddolph James, foreman machinist Golden 

State Iron Wks, r. 619 Mission 
Bidinger Louisa, domestic, 724 Green 
Bidlack Benj. A., r. 652 Howard 
Bidlack Wm. W., physician, r. 652 Howard 
BidlemanE. G., bkprwith £. Martin & Co., 

r. Brooklyn 
Bidleman Wm. A., salesman with E. Mar- 
tin & C, r. cor Ninth and Shipley 
Bidwell John E., salesman with E. Mans- 

bach, r. 700 Post 
Bieber Julius, gents' furnishing goods, 137 

Sixth, r. 912 Powell 
Bieber Nathan, bkpr with C. Klopstock & 

Co., r. 912 Howard 
Biebiener John, cabinetmkr, r. 1133 Har 
Biedenbach August, saloon, ne. cor Mission 

and Third, r. 140 Silver 
Biederman E.. widow, r. 5 Torrens crt 



Biederman Louis, r. 23 Clinton 

Biedinger Bros. (Chas. G. and Peter Bie- 

dinger jr.) imprs paper, bags, etc., 324 

Clay 
Biedinger Chas, G. (Biedinger Bros.) r. 522 

Jones 
Biedinger Peter, jr. (Biedinger Bros.) r. 426 

O'Farrell 
Bieghle Geo. W., elk, r. 1631 Dupont 
Biehl John A., brtdr with Chas. Fox, r. 1122 

Sacramento 
Bielaerski C, draughtsman U. S. surveyor 

general's oflSce, r. 1615 Clay 
Bieleck Adam, tailor, r. 314 Sixth 
Bieleck Francis Miss, r. 314 Sixth 
Bielenberg P., groceries, sw. cor Harrison 

and Chesley 
Bieler A., tailor, r. 6 Quincy 
Bielski Maximilian (Jacoby & Bielski) r. 6 

John 
Bien Joseph, locksmith and machinist, 311 

Battery, r. 813 Tyler 
Bienenfeld Elias, fancy and dry goods, 1229 

Stockton, r. 706 Green 
Bienenfeld Mary, r. 706 Green 
Bier Annie, domestic, 48 South Park 
Bierbrauer John, cabinetmkr West Coast 

Furn. Co., r. 1133 Harrison 
Bierce A. G., sec Bohemian Club, r. 120 

Guerrero 
Bierce A. S., sweep cellar U. S, Mint, r. 

Oakland 
Bierd John, boilermkr, r. 113 Clinton 
Bierge Wm., teamster with Wm. Higgins, r. 

1051 Howard 
Bierhofif Samuel (S. Schoenholz & Co.) r. 

112 Sixth 
Bierig Chas. (L. & M. Kahn & Co.) r. 1618 

Bush 
Biermann Julius, bakery, 1216 Pacific 
Biernett Isaac, r. 29% Fifth av 
Biers Chas. H., cabinetmkr, r. 14 Park av 
Biers Frank, salesman, r. 201 Eleventh 
Bierschwale C, carptr, r. 30th av, S. S. F. 
Biesta Frederic, elk Italian Consulate, r. 331 

Montgomery 
Biesterfeld Oscar, with Occidental Laundry, 

r. ns. Filbert bet Gough and Octavia 
Bigaze L. A., canvasser Remington Sewing 

Machine Co., 1329 Dupont 
Bigelow C. J. Mrs., teacher Columbia-st 

School, r. 152 Perrj- 
Bigelow C. L., blacksmith Pioneer Iron Wks, 

r. Merchant House 
Bigelow Daniel, machinist, r. 154 Dora, rear 
Bigelow D. H. Mrs., teacher Model School, 

r. 440 Second 
Bigelow Francis H., compositor Bulletin, r. 

506 Bryant 
Bigelow H. B. (Holcomb Bros. & Co.) r. 

New Haven, Conn. 
Bigelow H. H., general manager Home Mu- 
tual Insurance Co., r. Fairfax, Marin Co. 
Bigelow John F., with Cross & Co., r. Oak- 
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Bigelow Louis, driver City K. R., r. 1225 

Mission 
Bigelow Susie H. Mrs., teacher Model 

School, r. 440 Second 
Biggemau W. H., carriagemkr, r. cor 22d 

and Alabama 
Bigger Alex., steerage steward P. M. S. S.Co. 
Bigger John A., cabinetmkr with Wm. J. 

Heney & Co., r. 227 Post 
Bigger Wm., teamster, r. 326 Tehama, rear 
Biggers Lillie B., adjuster U. S. Mint 
Biggin John, lab, r. 67 Natoma 
Biggin John G., steward, r. 220 Second 
Biggins John, lab, r. 3 King 
Biggins Patrick, teamster S. F. Gaslight Co. 
Biggins Thos. (P. Mallon & Co.) r. Boss 

Landing 
Biggs A. E,. & Co. (A. R. Biggs and A. Mc- 

Cumiskey) saloon, 305 California 
Biggs Abel R. (A. R. Biggs & Co.) r. 1023 

Sacramento 
Biggs David, spinner Mission Woolen Mills, 

r. cor 27th and San Bruno Road 
Biggs Harry C, salesman ^^•ith Irvine & 

Haight, r. 1023 Sacramento 
Biggs Henry C, mcht, r. 2114 Steiner 
Biggs John, washer, r. 121 Jackson 
Biggs John E., drapermkr, r. es. San Bruno 

Road bet 26th and 27th 
Biggs Robert, hostler with C. S. Crittenden 

& Co., r. 6 Mary lane 
Biggs — , stonecutter Odd Fellows' Cemetery, 

r. Point Lobos av nr Collins 
Biggy John, brass finisher with Weed & 

Kingwell, r. 523 Howard 
Biggv John J., brass finisher Cal. Brass 

Wks, r. 523 Howard 
Biggy Temmce, hostler N. B. and M. R. R,, 

r. 523 Howard 
Biggy Wm., coremkr Cal. Brass Wks, r. 523 

Howard 
Bigham Alexandei-, seaman, r. 1808 Stev 
Biglauds Wm., cook stmr Cora 
Bigle — , tailor, r. 727 Broadway, rear 
Bigler John, watchmkr, r. 726 Harrison 
Bigler John A., r. 869 Market 
Bigley Bros. (Daniel and Geo. Bigley) whol 

groceries and provisions, ne. cor Clay 

and Davis 
Bigley Daniel (Bigley Bros.) r. 203 Eleventh 
Bigley Geo. (Bigley Bros.) r. 1011 Wash 
Bigley John, speculator, r. 229 Capp 
Bigley T. «fe Co. (Thos. Bigley) ship- 
wrights, calkers and Bi:)armkr8, 13-15 

Spear 
Bigley Thos. (T. Bigley & Co.) r. 832 Mis 
Bigne Vincent (Dol & Eigne) r. 1006 J/J 

Washington 
Biguu John, foreman with Sol. Kolhman, r. 

25 Moss 
Big Tree Con. G. <fc S. M. Co. (Calaveras 

Co. Cal.) C. A. Sankoy sec, 20 Steven- 
son bldg 
Bigwood Henry B., compositor with H. S. 

Crocker & Co., r. 569 J^ Minna 



Bigwood Joseph (Newsham & Bigwood) 

r. 37% Perry 
Bihan Napoleon, porter with Ahem & Co., 

r. 34 Fifth av 
Bilay Anthony F., with Lachman & Jacobi, 

r. cor Mission and Ridley 
Bilay Antono, wine dealer, 1660 West Mission 
Bilay Hugo, silversmith with Schulz & 

Fischer, r. cor 13th and West Mission 
Bilb D. H., salesman with Berry & Place, 

r. 961 Harrison 
Bilfinger Gus., carrier Guide, 521 Clay 
Bill Conrad, upholsterer with H. Luchsin- 

ger & Co., r. 7 Card al 
Bill David B., fish market, r. 562 Stevenson 
Bill Harry, seaman, r. 61 Natoma 
Bill Jacob, butcher, r. 727 Clementina 
Bill Joseph, engineer Hammam Baths, 11-13 

Dupont 
Bill Phillip, cabinetmkr with S. F. Furn. 

Factory, r. 29 Ritch 
Billar Francisco, wood and coal, 1311 Du- 
pont 
Billberg Frederick, brtdr with A. E. Nelson, 

r. 101 Washington 
Billberger Fred., brtdr, r. 100 Washington 
Billeck Paul, grocer, r. cor Oak and Octavia 
Billers — , r. 509 Broadway 
Billett Maria, widow, r. Ill Ridley 
Billings Abner, r. 13^ Geary 
Billings A. D., actor Grand Opera House, r. 

120 O'Farrell 
Billings Catherine, widow lodgings, 26 Te- 
hama 
Billings Chas. E., painter, r. 729 Folsom 
BiUings D. R. & Co. (D. R. Billings and G. 

E. Cook; groceries, 1311 Stockton 
Billings D. R. (D. R. Billings & Co.) r. 7 

Telegraph pi 
Billings George E., salesman with A. Roman 

& Co., r. 1610 Clay 
Billings Helen Mrs., furnished rooms, 13% 

Gearv 
Bilhugs Henry, lab, r. 811 Battery 
Bilse Adolph, bkpr with A. E. Magill, r. 9 

August al 
Bil stein Richard, butcher, r. 1127 Broadway 
Bilton Frederick, cook, r. 428 Fourth 
Bilty T. G., mining, r. 1420 Powell 
Biltz F. R., piano tuner with Sherman & 

Hyde, r. 1236 Mission 
Bilzou Robert, brtdr, r. 129 Jackson 
Bimat L., lab, r. ws. Railroad av ur R. C. 

Orphan Asylum 
Binceut John, master mariner, r. 66 Everett 
Binder Chas., with H. P. Wakelee & Co., r. 

34 Ellis 
Binder Geo. J., bkpr with Ballard & Hall, 

r. 1935 Geary 
Binder Joseph, foreman with J. <fe F. Kes- 

seler, r. 12 William 
Binder L. Frank, U. S. navy, r. 1935 Geary 
Bine & Georges (Leon Bine and Hippolyte 

Georges) mcht tailors, 113 Sutter 
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Bine Salmon, fancy goods 133 Kearny, r. 

418 Sutter 
Bineaud Leon, hairdresser, r. 623 Broadway 
Biuet Francis, cook with George Leoni, r. 

908 Kearny 
Binge Theodore, conductor Cent. K. R., r. 

1128 Tyler 
Bing You ^ Chinese) cigar factory, 308 Com 
Bingenheimer C, cooper, r. 5 Clementina 
Bingham Henry (Meuzies & Bingham) r. 

1808 Dupont 
Bingham M. M., widow, r. 505 Hyde 
Bingham E. &, Sou, com mchts (Omaha, 

Neb.) John W.'Hart agt, 218 Wash 
Bingley Richard C. (Smart & Co.) r. Oak- 
land 
Bini Giuseppe, maccaroni mnfr, r.225 Bdwy 
Bink A., carriagemkr with Barnard Blanck, 

r. 17 Minna 
Binker Albert, withS. V. AVaterworks, r. 429 

Chestnut 
Binswanger Louis, gents' furnishing goods, 

513 Kearny 
Biondi Fraucisco, fisherman, r. 3 Vallejo 
Biorkman August, teamster, r. 657 Minna 
Bioron B., planer Union Box Factory 
Biraud Andre, bakery, 629 Broadway 
Birbe Henry C, butcher with Michelssen, 

Brown & Co., r. Fifth-av Hotel, S. S. F. 
Birce Frank A., salesman with Hanson, Ack- 

erson & Co., r. 1238 Howard 
Birch, Argall «!fc Co. (Wm. H. Birch, 

Johu Argall and Alex. Steiger) proprs 

Cal. Machine Wks. 119 Beale 
Birch Frank, teamster, r. Bay View Dairy nr 

R. E. av, S. S. F. 
Birch Harry, foreman with Chase & Wolff 
Birch John, lab with Randolph Saw Co., r. 

East Oakland 
Birch John, carptr with S. M. Hills, r. Oak- 
land 
Birch Johu C, atty-at-law, r. 1301 Sac 
Birch Samuel, gardener, r. cor Castro and 

17th 
Birch Thomas J., bkpr Examiner, r. 29 Kear 
Birch Wm., sash and bliudiakr, r. 945 Fol 
Birch Wm., keeper sheriff s office, r. 949 Fol 
Birch Wm. A., bkpr with II. H. Noble & Co., 

r. 913 Sacramento 
Birch Wm. H. (Birch, Argall &, Co.) r. 625 

O'Farrell 
Birchell Edward, canvasser, r. ss. 28th nr 

Church 
Bird A. B., lamplighter S. F. Gaslight Co., 

r. Sacramento nr Stockton 
Bird A. B., lodgings, 716 Stockton 
Bird Ann S., widow, r. 1318 Sacramento 
Bird Chas., seaman, r. 19 Commercial 
Bird Chas., seaman, r. 112 Steuart 
Bird Daniel T. C. (Prentice & Bird) r. 1318 

Sacramento 
Bird E., engine driver stmr Orizaba 
Bird Edinoud, canvasser, r. 749 Market 
Bird Edward, asphaltum worker, r. 613 Sec- 
ond 



Bird Elizabeth, widow, drossmkr, 255 Beale 
Bird Ellen, domestic, 225 Leavenworth 
Bird F. W., salesman with Wm. J. Heney & 

Co., r. 725 Market 
Bird James, patterumkr Union Iron Wks 
Bird Lawrence, mason S. F. Gaslight Co. 
Bird Mary, widow, r. 514 Mission 
Bird Michael, weigher, Washington-st wharf, 

r. 1 Auburn 
Bird N. J., physician and surgeon, 1057 Mis 
Bird Patrick, gasfitter, r. 709 Minna 
Bird Patrick, seaman, r. 112 Steuart 
Bird Patrick, seaman, r. 19 Commercial 
Bird Richard, lab C. P. R. R. freight depot, 

r. 6 Clinton 
Bird Richard, lab, r. 125 Clinton 
Bird Robert, jewelry, 1313 Pacific 
Bird Samuel, bootmkr with John C. Jung- 

claus, r. Franklin Hotel 
Bird Thos, molder Columbia Foundry, r. 

219 First 
Bird Thos., saloon 521 Fourth 
Bird Thos., shoemaker, r. 414 Pacific 
Bird Wm., moulder Columbia Foundry, r. 

152 Natoma 
Bird Wm., tailor, 335 Bush, r. 178 Stevenson 
Bird Wm., upholsterer, r. 924 Folsom 
Bird Wm. Mrs., dressmkr, r. 924 Folsom 
Bird — , actor, r. 207 Kearny 
Birdsall Aaron, metal roofer, r. 911 Laguna 
Birdisall Belle Miss, upholsterer with Frank 

G. Edwards, r. 615 Third 
Birdsall Chas., machinist, r. 615 Third 
Birdsall Chas. H., elk, r. 615 Third 
Birdsall David H., agt Giant Powder Co., r. 

911 Laguna 
Birdsall Elizabeth, widow, r. 615 Third 
Birdsall Geo., r. 141 Perry 
Birdsall L. A., r. Grand Hotel 
Birdsall Mary Miss, upholsterer with Frank 

G. Edwards, r. 615 Third 
Birdsall Rebecca B., teacher Market and 
Seveuth-st Primary School, r. 911 La- 
guna 
Birdsall Samuel T., atty-at-law, 504 Kearny, 

r. McLeod House 
Birdsall Wm., carptr, r. 605 Minna 
Birdsall Wyatt, engineer, r. 618 Pino 
Birdsall Z., supt stables Wells, Fargo & Co., 

r. 821 Green 
Birge James J., dentist, 410 Kearny 
Birgham Adolphus, money broker, 424 Mont- 
gomery, r. se. cor Market and Third 
Birkholz Frederick, tailor, r. 124 Clinton 
Birkuiaier Geo. L. (Kohler, Chase & Co.) r. 

727 Geary 
Birlind Frank, carptr, r. 1908 Market 
Birlig Henry, curled hair mnfr, r. ns. Mari- 
posa nr Connecticut 
Birmingham Edward F., foreman with Thos. 

Day, r. 401 Broadway 
Birmingham Edward R., dpty recorder Hall 

of Records, r. 245 Tehama 
Birmingham John, glassblowur, r. 125 Clin- 
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Birmingham Margaret, widow, r. 125 Clin- 
ton, rear 

Birmingham Margaret, widow, r. 24 Ash av 

Birmingham Peter Kev., asst pastor St. Jo- 
seph's church, r.ws. Tenth bet Howard 
and Folsom 

Birmingham Thos., capitalist, r. New Frank- 
lin House 

Birmingham Thomas K., longshoreman, r. 
1317 Sansome 

Birnbaum Chas., furniture, r. 131 Sixth 

Birnbaum Herman B., elk with C. P. Lolor, 
r. 29 Turk 

Birnbaum Isaac, r. 735 Ellis 

Birnie Robert, copyist and interpreter, 708 
Montgomery, r. Oakland 

Birrell A., capitalist, r. 1525 Washington 

Birrell Geo., machinist Union Iron Wks, r. 
1525 Washington 

Birsinger Adolph, asst supt with Louis SIoss 
& Co., r. 729 Bush 

Birvallan Claude, florist with John Biter, r. 
131 Montgomery 

Bisagno Joseph, r. 924 Pacific 

Bisagno Louis, real estate, 420 Battery, r. 
U24 Pacific 

Bisbee De Witt F. (Welch & Co.) r. 751 Har 

Bisbee E., messenger with GoodiiU, Perkins 
& Co 

Bischoff Diedrich (Carstensen & Bischofl') 
r. 417 Jones 

Bischoflf Frederick, groceries, sw. cor Powell 
and Vallejo 

Bischofl" H., salesman with Mrs. M. A. Mer- 
cer, r. 412 McAllister 

Bischofl' John P., saddler with J. C. John- 
son & Co., r. 1423 Powell 

Biscovich John, restaurant, 405 Fourth, r. 
750 Harrison 

Bishop Bros. (Hilmer 0. and Homer L. Bis- 
hop) stairbuilders, 122 Main 

Bishop & Co. (Edgar Bishop, A. S.Peterson 
and L. W. Palmer) groceries, 716 Markt 

Bishop A: Fifield (T. B. Bishop and W. 
H. Fifield, attys-at-law. 522 Mont 

Bishop Alice Miss, seamstress, r. 410 Kearny 

Bishop B. F., conductor Market-st 11. 11., r. 
Hayes nr Octavia 

Bishop C. B., actor California Theatre, r. 
The Florence 

Bishop D. M. dc €o. (Dnncan M. 
Bishop and Eugene Wiegand ) compilers 
Bishop's San Francisco, Oakland, San 
Jose, Stockton and California State 
Business Directories, 518 Clay 

Bishop Duncan M. (D. M. Bishop & Co.) 
r. 742 Washington 

Bishop Edgar (Bishop & Co.) r. 513 Web- 
ster 

Bishop Frank, brassflnisher with Electrical 
Con. and Main. Co., r. 325% Bush 

Bishop Frank, carptr, r. GOG Ivy 

Bishop Geo. W., elk with Berry man & 

Doyle, r. 409 Ellis 
Bishop Gurdou, stonecutter, r. 27 Perry 



Bishop Henry, saloon, 2 Clay, r. 1005 Capp 
Bishop H. C, machinist Grand Opera 

House 
Bishop Hilmer O. (Bishop Bros.) r. 946 

Folsom 
Bishop Homer L. (Bishop Bros.) r. 946 

Folsom 
Bishop James H., carptr, r. 927 Wash 
Bishop James W., sawyer with Pac. Box 

Factory, r. 407 Taylor 
Bishop Michael, hostler with James McGinn, 

r. 22 Anna 
Bishop 0. H., porter with Spruance, Stan- 
ley it Co., r. Oakland 
Bishop Peter, master bark Constitution, r. 

20 Clementina 
Bishop 11. furniture finisher, with Chas. 

Field k Co., r. 421 Fifth 
Bishop Ransom B. engineer, r. 325% Bush 
Bishop Susan, widow, r. 421 Vallejo 
Bishop Thos. B. (Bishop 6c Fifield) atty-at- 

law, 522 Montgomery, r. 536 Second 
Bishop W. D. Rev., missionary Mariners' 

Church, ne.cor Sacramento and Drumm 
Bishop Wm., carptr, r. Montgomei-y's Hotel 
Bishop Wm., bricklayer, r. 15 Oak Grove av 
Bishop Wm., seaman, r. 531 East 
Bishop Wm. A. drayman, r. 421 Fifth 
Bishop — Mrs., r. 1706 Leavenworth 
Bi!iihop's Directories of San Fran- 
cisco, Oakland, San Jose, Stockton and 

California State Business, 518 Clay 
Bislow Hans, tailor, 10 Hubbard 
Bissagno Victor E., r. 924 Pacific 
Bissell Chas. T., civil engineer, r. 677 Har 
Bissell E., printer with Chas. W. Gordon, 

r. Alameda 
Bissell Geo. R., teacher Boys' High School, 

r. Alameda 
Bissell Hermann, cabinetmkr, r. 8 Morey al 
Bissell Wm. A., chief elk freight depot C. P. 

R. R., r, 427 Sutter 
Bisseuger Adolph, salesman, r. 729 Bush 
Bissert Henry W., elk with Shirek & Co., r. 

20 Scott 
Bissct & Dclany (Horatio N. Bissett and 

W. D. Delauy) shipwrights, 518 East 
Bisset Andrew, r. 1027 Sutter 
Bisset Horatio N. (Biaset A: Delaney) r. 130 

Tyler 
Bissinger Adolph, salesman Alaska Fur Co., 

r. 729 Bush 
Bissonnette Geo. P., policeman Grand Opera 

House, r. Missiou-st House 
Bistern Andrew S., with David W. Ruggles, 

r. 1010 Taylor 
Bitcoskey John, baker, r. 738 Vallejo, rear 
Biter John, florist and nurseryman, 606 

Market, and bkpr with M. & C. Mangels, 

r. Waller bet Fillmore and Steiner 
Biterbig Joseph, tanner, r. Serpentine av nr 

Howard 
Biticke Gustave, capitalist, r. 824 Geary 
Bitley F. W., machinist Fulton Foundry, r. 

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Bitzold Matlies, r. nw. cor Seventh and 

Brjiint 
Biven Frederick, printer Bulletin, r. Oakland 
Biven Wm., compositor, r. 305 Lombard 
Bixby Llewellyn (B. P. Flint & Co. and 

Flint Bixby & Co.) r San Juan, South 
Biziou Louis, saloon, 1413 Dupont 
Bjerremark Christian, saloon, 314 Third 
Bjorkmau August, drayman with Taber, 

Barker & Co. 
Bjorkman Ellen, widow, r. 28 Bitch 
Bjorkman Katie, machine operator with E. 

Detrick & Co. r. 28 Bitch 
Bjorkman MoUie Miss, with Gillespie, Zan & 

Co., r. 28 Bitch 
Blach Chas., physician, 514 Kearny, r. 1513 

California 
Blachman Henry, bkpr 28 Kearny, r. 712 

O'Farrell 
Blachre Frank, elk with Murphy Grant & 

Co., r. 95>^ Stockton 
Black & Deeriug (Mrs. Kate J. Black and 

Miss Jane C. Deering) boarding, 534 

Bush 
Black A. L., bkpr London and San Fran- 
cisco Bank, r. Saucelito 
Black Alexander, carjitr, r. 231 Second 
Black Andrew, blacksmith with Okerlund & 

Rasmussen, r. 71 Water 
Black Andrew, patternmaker, r. ne. cor Pe- 

cific and Sansome 
Black Anne, widow, r. 707 Stockton 
Black Asa J. carptr, r. 716% Grove 
Black C. H., r. 2220 Mission 
Black Daniel R., compositor with Kane & 

Cook, r. 316 Beale 
Black Diamond Coal Co., P. B. Cornwall 

pres., se. cor Folsom and Spear 
Black E. H., paints and oils, 514 Sixteenth, 

r. 2220 Mission 
Black Geo., bricklayer, r. 1811 Stockton 
Black Geo. W., shirt cutter, r. 2324 Mission 
Black Harry, salesman wiih R. B. Gentry <fe 

Co., r. 313 Pine 
Black Henry, propr Pacific Bed Spring 

Mnfry, se. cor Minna and New Mont- 
gomery, r. ns. Natoma bet New Mont- 
gomery and Second 
Black Henry, speculator, r. 2324 Mission 
Black Henry M. (H. M. Black & Co.) r. 511 

Gough 
Black H. M. & Co. (H. M. Black) carriage 

makers, 851-55 Market 
Black Howard (Neuberg & Black) r. 2324 

Mission 
Black J., watchman Broadway Bonded Store, 

Custom House, r. 2229 Mission 
Black James, lab, r. se. cor Francisco and 

Kearny 
Black James, salesman ^^^th Robert M. Black, 

r. 8S. Ellis bet Laguna and Buchanan 
Black James, seaman, r. 30 Clay 
Black James B., miner, r. 31 Eddy 
Black James F., cooper Cal. Sugar Refinery 
Black James W., r. 518 Pacific 



Black Jennie A. Rock M. Co. (White Pine 

Co. Nev.) Joseph Tyson sec, 411% Cal- 
ifornia, rm 11 
Black John, lab, r. 327 Beale 
Black John, spinner Mission Woolen Mills, 

r. cor Mariposa and Alabama 
Black John, with Goodwin k Co., r. 1623 

Powell 
Black John, shoemkr with Einstein Bros. & 

Co., r. Minna bet Eighth and Ninth 
Black John I , painter, r. 1013 Kearny 
Black John W., boilermkr with Moynihan & 

Aitkeu, r. 308 Folsom 
Black John W., elk Selby Smelting and Lead 

Co., r. 22 Elgin Park 
Black Joseph, blacksmith, r. 663 Howard 
Black Joseph, blacksmith, sw. cor R R and 

32d avs 
Black J. S., master mariner, r. 920 Mont 
Black Julius, hostler, r. 12 Berry 
Black Kate J. Mrs. (Black & Deering) r. 534 

Bush 
Black Mary, laundress Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Black Patrick W., watchman U. S. Mint, r. 

408 Minna 
Black Peter R., shipjoiner, r. 116 Natoma 
Black P. O., master ship W. R. Grace 
Black Robert M., gents' furnishing goods. 

209 Montgomery, r. ne. cor Geary and 

Van Ness av 
Black Samuel, tailor, 44 Geary, r. 517 Lin- 
den 
Black Thos. W., lumberman, r. 534 Folsom 
Black Wm., elk with Schweitzer, Sachs & 

Co. 
Black Wm., lab Masonic Cemetery, r. as. 

Sacramento bet Brod and Devisadero 
Black Wm., marblewks, 432 Minna 
Black Wm., mcht, r. 2726 Howard 
Black Wm. I., farmer, r. 2324 Mission 
Black Wm. K., carptr, r. 663 Howard 
Black Wm. L., compositor with Crane & Co. 
Black Wm. W., cigarmkr, r. 34 Willow nv 
Blackburn <& Fallon (L. F. Black- 
burn and M. P. Fallon) proprs Alham- 

bra saloon, 323 Bush 
Blackburn Allen H., salesman with White 

Bros, r. 47 Clementina 
Blackburn Benj. T., cashier Post, r. 817 

Howard 
Blackburn Chas., elk. r. 174 Silver 
Blackburn Chas., salesman with Meeker, 

James & Co., r. 255 Stevenson 
Blackburn Chas. J., dpty assessor, r. 1107% 

Howard 
Blackburn Clara, domestic, 1022 Pine 
Blackburn Leslie F. (Blackburn <fe Fallon) 

r. Palace Hotel 
Blackburn M. L., driver Market-st R. R., r. 

nw. cor Eddy and Steiner 
Blackburn M. S., boarding, nw. cor Steiner 

and Eddy 
Blackeuburg Joseph, cook, r. 617 Mission 
Blackett W. E., r. 414 Pacific 
Blackey Richard, carptr, r. 112 Fell 



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Blacklay James, with Chas. W. Gordon, r. 

42 Everett 
Blackledge Robert (Hughes & Blackledge) 

r. Oakland 
Blacklock A., pres Gulf of California Oyster 

and Canning Co., 6 Leidesdorfif, r. 710 

California 
Blackman Abraham, broker, r. 712 O'Farrell 
Blackman Cassius H., salesman with Wil- 

merding, Kellogg & Co., r. 12 Ellis 
Blackman Edward S., hatter with Forrest & 

Co., r. 17 Carolina 
Blackman Elmer L., housemover, r. 10 Perry 
Blackman Henry, bkpr with J. Samuels, r. 

712 O'Farrell 
Blackman J. C, elk with Levison Bros., r. 

niYt Mission 
Blackman J. D., teacher, r. ws. San Jos^ 

Eoad, nr St. Mary's College 
Blackman M., carptr, r. Montgomery's Hotel 
Blackman Morris J., plumber and gasfitter, 

109 Hayes 
Blackman Martin, brtdr with J. B. Bacon, 

r. 118 Post 
Blackman K. C, driver with C. J. Hawley 

& Co., r. 14 Elgin park 
Blackman Wm. E., physician, r. 707 Minna 
Blackmar & Davis (A. E. Blackmar & Louis 

S. Davis) music and pianos, 950 and 

952 Market 
Blackmar A. E. (Blackmar & Davis) r. 102 

Mason 
Blackmar Ransom C, elk with C. J. Haw- 
ley & Co., r. 14 Elgin Park av 
Blackmore A. A., widow, r. 134 McAllister 
Blackstaff Mary E. D., Miss, teacher Spring 

Val. Grammar School, r. 1707 Dupont 
Blackwell Alexander, driver City R. R. Co., 

r. 16th and Mission 
Blackwell Enoch, carriage trimmer withCar- 

vill Mnfg Co., r. 343 Fifth 
Blackwell Edward S., bkpr, r. 17 Caroline 
Blackwell Horatio S., tinsmith with Geo. H. 

Tay & Co., r. 1003 Powell 
Blackwell James, waiter What Cheer House, 

527 Sacramento 
Blackwell John, cook Metropolitan restau- 
rant, r. 50 Everett 
Blackwell Joshua E., carptr, r. Clipper Hotel 
Blackwell Patrick, longshoreman, r. 625 

Davis 
Blackwell S. W., seedsman with E. J. 

Bowen, r. 922 Harrison 
Blackwood Chas., waiter Russ House 
Blackwood John, cook, r. 50 Everett 
Blackwood T. J., physician, r. 205 Mont, av 
Blackwood W. C, capitalist, 405 California, 

r. Lincoln House, rm 11 
Blackwood VVni.. i-eal estate, 109 California, 

r. nw. cor Bryant and Oak Grove av 
Blade Arthur M., salesman with C. Herr- 
mann, r. 8 Hopeton Terrace 
Blade John, lab with Torrens Enricht, r. 

ss. Waller nr Cole 
Blaess Michael, steward with E. A. Engelberg 



Blaikie Andrew, draughtsman Risdon Iron 
and Locomotive Wks, r. 2413 Buchanan 
Blaikie James L., real estate, r. 7 Pratt pi 
Blaikie Richard T., shipjoiner with Enter- 
prise Mills, r. 112K Fell 
Blaine Annie, widow, r. 233^ Main 
Blaine Oscar, instrument maker. Electrical 

Con. and Maint. Co., r. 805 Bush 
Blaine R. P., elk with F. Chester & Co., r. 

805 Bush 
Blaine Mrs., r. 228 Minna 
Blair & Chase (M. Blair and W. W. Chase) 

hay and grain, 1912 Market 
Blair Adolphus, seaman, P. C. S. S. Co. 
Blair Augustine W., atty-at-law, 304 Califor- 
nia, r. 424 Twenty-fourth 
Blair Betsey, widow, r. 1807 Jessie 
Blair Chauncey S., foreman pattern shop 
Golden State Iron Wks, r. 1304 Larkin 
Blair David B., insurance agt, 321 Califor- 
nia, r. Oakland 
Blair Frank, workman U. S. Mint, r. 606 

Montgomery 
Blair Henry, elk, r. 220 Third 
Blair Henry, shaper with Kragen & Co., r. 

220 Third 
Blair James, asst engineer P. M. S. S. Co. 
Blair James, cabinetmkr, r. Railroad House 
Blair James C, soapmkr, r. 8 Zoe, rear 
Blair John, cabinetmkr with N. Bush 
Blair John Barron, cabinetmkr, r. 636 Com 
Blair Matthew (Blair & Chase) r. 224 Capp 
Blair Robert, machinist with Birch, Argall 

<E Co., r. 8 Zoe, rear 
Blair Rodman P., with Holbrook & Chester 
Blair Samuel, ship owner, off Pier 10, 

Steuart, r. 47 Tehama 
Blair S. M. Miss, with Mrs. M. Selig, r. 2 

Chatham pi 
Blair Thos. M., policeman, r. 108 Post 
Blair Thos. M., scrgeant-at-arms Board of 

Brokers, r. 2 Chatham pi 
Blair Thompson, collector with M. Gray, r. 

32 Ellis 
Blair Walter B., elk, r. 606 Montgomery 
Blair Wm., coachman, r. 1312 Folsom 
Blair Wm., propr Rousch-stHouse,32 Rousch 
Blaisdell Jas. S., lab with Chas. Sutton, r. 

325 Twenty-second 
Blaisdell J. B., shoemkr, 5 Ashburtou pi 
Blake & Dietterle (John J. Blako and Geo. 
Dietterle) gents' furnishing goods, 54 
Second 
Blake A. L., r. nw. cor Mission and Seventh 
Blake A. L., agt with Wiester & Co., r. 17 

New Montgomery 
Blake Calvin T. (C. T. Blake & Co.) r. ne. 

cor Dolores and 22d 
Blako Chas. Edward, dentist, 123 Powell 
Blake Chas. E. jr.. physician, Un) Hayes 
Blake Chas. M., physician, r. 110 Stockton 
Blake Chas. T., street" contractor, r. 4 Vernon 

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Blake C. T. & Co. (Calvin T. Blake) dairy 

produce, 52 Centre Market 
Blake Delia F., widow, r. 313% Elm 
Blake Edward, drayman with Brydeu & 

Hinckley, r. 52 Silver 
Blake Edward P., salesman with Knowland 

<fe Doe, r. se. cor 22d and Dolores 
Blake Elizabeth, widow, r. 121 Shipley 
Blake Francis (Blake, Bobbins & CoO r- 

Oakland 
Blake Frances J., widow, r. 12 Auburn 
Blake Geo. E., machine hand with Chas. 

Fields & Co., r. 101 Mason 
Blake Geo. M., capitalist, 224 California, r. 

320 Ellis 
Blake Geo. Miller, capitalist, r. IGOl Van 

Ness av 
Blake Geo. W., salesman with Fisher & Co., 

r. 316 Third 
Blake H. A., whitener, chimney sweeper and 

house cleantr, r. 3 Berry 
Blake Henry C, commissioner of deeds and 

conveyancer, 333 Montgomery, r. se. cor 

McAllister and Octavia 
Blake Henry H. (E. L. Smith & Co.) r. 417 

Mason 
Blake James, physician, r. 426 Sutter 
Blake James, suilmkr, r. 1002 Montgomery 
Blake James A., carptr, r. 347 Minna 
Blake James K., pianotuner with Kohler, 

Chase & Co., r. 1118 Sacramento 
Blake James W., physician, r. 1911 Geary 
Blake J. B., master schr Dashing Wave 
Blake John, blacksmith with Nelson & Do- 

ble, r. 121 Shipley 
Blake John, boots and shoes, 974 Folsom 
Blake John, harnessmkr, r. 61 Minna 
Blake John, lab, r. 511 Mission 
Blake John, saloon, 106 First 
Blake John, tailor. 320 Post 
Blake John, tracklayer Market-st R. R., r. 

646 Fourth 
Blake John J. (Blake & Dietterle) r. Har- 
rison bet Second and Third. 
Blake Joseph W., expressman, r. 14 O'Far 
Blake Joseph W., sawyer Union Box Fac- 
tory, r. 14 O'Farrell 
Blake Lawrence, lab Calvary Cemetery, r. 

Ellis bet St. Josephs av and Broderick 
Blake Mary, widow, r. 142 Clara 
Blake Mary, widow, r. 1223 Washington 
Blake Mary Lee, widow, r. 2 Leroy pi 
Blake Maurice B., atty-at-law, 729 Mont, rm 

17, r. 325 Seventeenth 
Blake Maurice C« Judge Municipal 

Criminal Court, chambers, 729 Mont- 
gomery, rms 16-17, r. 325 Seventeenth 
Blake Michael, carptr, r. 628 Minna 
Blake Michael, coachman, r. Philadelphia 

House 
Blake Michael, lab Calvary Cemetery, r. ns. 

Ellis nr Broderick ' 
Blake M. 11. Mrs., vocalist, r. 106 Taylor 
Blake Patrick, blacksmith, r. Lafayette House 
Blake Patrick, lab, r. 628 Minna 



Blake Philip H., dpty tax collector, r. ne. cor 

Point Lobos av and Ferrie 
Blake, Bobbins & Co. (Francis Blake, Chas. 

F. Bobbins, James Moflfitt and James 

W. Towne) paper warehouse and bag 

mnfrs, 516 Sacramento 
Blake Seth B., r. 1205 Taylor 
Blake Sumner C, books and stationary, 617 

Montgomery, r. Prospect pi. 
Blake Thos. W., longshoreman, r. 150 Steuart 
Blake Walter, painter, r. 813 Harrison 
Blake Win. II., barber, 708 Stockton 
Blake Wm. H. (Carey & Blake) r. 28 Stone 
Blake Wm. L., painter P. M. S. S. Co., r. 

1184 Harrison 
Blakeley C. F., widow, r. 729 Bush 
Blakeley Edwin, chemist S. F. Gaslight Co., 

r. 25 Hawthorne 
Blakely B., widow, r. 109 Powell 
Blakely Calvin (Blakely, Murray & Co.)r. 

938 Pacific 
Blakely John, fireman S. F. Gaslight Co., 

r, 163 Minna 
Blakely, Murray & Co. (Calvin Blakely, Ab- 

ner Murray, John Coleman and John 

Miarray) Columbia Mill Co., 120-126 

Main 
Blakeney T. J., elk U. S. int. rev., r. Palace 

Hotel 
Blakeney Thos. J., mcht, r. 313 Fremont 
Blakeney U. S., carptr, r. 519% Stevenson 
Blakeslee Chas. A., policeman, r. 16 Mason 
Blakesley Fred. D., painter, r. 662 Howard 
Blakie John, pressman, r. 510 Vallejo 
Blakie John A., cooper Pac. Barrel and Keg 

Co., r. Rosett Hotel 
Blakie Richard T., shipjoiner, r. 22 Park av 
Blakie Wm., lamp trimmer O. and O. S. 

Co.'s stmr Gaelic 
Blakie Wm., brassmoulder, r. 69 Natoma 
Blakiston John S., sailmkr, 6-8 Clay, r. 321 

Fifth 
Blakiston Robert, sailmkr with J. S. Blakis- 
ton, r. 321 Fifth 
Blamyer F. M. Miss, r. 1516 Broadway- 
Blanc Alexander, real estate, r. 837 Cal 
Blanc Amedee, carrier The Guide and News 

Letter, r. 107 Montgomery blk 
Blanc Jean, with Paul Blanc, r. 1125Dupont 
Blank Maurice, boarding, r. 219 Beale 
Blanc Paul, propr Cafe de Grenoble, 1125 

Dupont, r. 605 Broadway 
Blanc Stewart, r. 609 Chestnut 
Blanch Barnard, carriage mnfr, 843 Harri- 
son, r. 314 Third 
Blanchar J. D., pres Cnl. Farm. Mutual Fire 

Ins. Co., 38 California, r. 2115 Bush 
Blanchard A. F., bkpr, r. 1614 Leavenworth 
Blanchard David (Giuty & Blanchard) r. 

621% Minna 
Blanchard, Edward, teamster, r. 1505 Pine 
Blanchard Henry P. (Williams, Blanchard 

& Co.) r. 1013 Van Ness av 
Blanchard H. T. Mrs., fieldnote elk U. S. 

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Blanchard James, seaman P. M.S. S. Co., 

r. Brannan bet First and Second 
Blanchard John R., stonecutter with Lar- 

seneur Sc Sheerin, r. 21 Hawthorne 
Blanchard Jules, hardware and mnfr furni- 
ture springs, 44 Fourth, r. 245% Stev 
Blanchard Leopold, elk with Jules Blanch- 
ard, r. 245% Stevenson 
Blanchard Lott, messenger Custom House, 

r. 1212 Mission 
Blanchard Mary Mrs., lodgings, 15 Harlan pi 
Blanchard W. E., with S. P. R. R., r. 425 

Third 
Blanchard — Mrs., lodgings, 540 Howard 
Blanche — Mme., actress, r. 438 Broadway 
Blonchet Henry, tailor, r. 539 Vallejo 
Blanchet Pierre, molder City Iron Wks, r. 

270 Beale 
Blanchette Louis, shoemkr, r. 510 Mont- 
gomery av 
Blanchfield John, lab, r. 327 Folsom 
Blanchfield Oliver, carptr, r. 104 Eighth 
Blanchfield Thos., carptr with supt public 

streets 
Blanckardt Theodore A., r. Frank's Bldg 
Blanckenburg Franz C. H., apothecary with 

H. W. Schmidt & Bro., r. 542 Kearny 
Blanckenburg Theodore, bkpr with E. K. 
Howes <fe Co., and sec Pacific Cordage 
Co., 120 Front, r. 502 Franklin 
Blanco Benicio, compositor La Sociedad, r. 

1209 Kearny 
Blanko Teresa, r. 1318 Dupont 
Bland Samuel, butcher, r. 12 Washington 
Bland Washington, waiter. Palace Hotel 
Blanding John Gordon (Wm. and J. G. 
Blanding) atty-at-law, 507 Montgomery, 
r. 804 Van Ness av 
Blanding Wm. & J. G., attys-at-law, 507 

Montgomery 
Blanding Wm. (Wm. and J. G. Blanding) 
atty-at-law, 507 Montgomery, r. 804 Van 
Ness av 
Blaney Edward W., atty-at-law, 320 Califor- 
nia, rm 12, r. 507 Ellis 
Blaney James, brtdr, r. 157 Clara 
Blaney James A., brtdr with J. Conway, r. 

565 Minna 
Blaney James M., saloon, 148 Fourth, r. 915 

Tyler 
Blaney John, painter, r. 507 Ellis 
Blaney John H., asst bkpr Hibernia Savings 

and Loan Society, r. 530 Jessie 
Blangly Albert, glass-blower, S. F. <fe Pacific 

Glass Co., r. 618 Fourth 
Blangly Samuel, glassblower S. F. <fe Pacific 

Glass Co., r. 618 Fourth 
Blank Chas. C, baker, r. 1806 Hyde 
Blank David M., bkpr Howe S. M. Co., r. 

4 Boston pi 
Blank Louis, watchmkr with S. Simmons, 

r. 1216 Powell 
Blaukard Otto, musician, r. cor Hayes and 

Franklin 
Blankhart Otto, music teacher, r. 1315 Larkin 



Blanken Henry, propr Six Mile House, 

San Bruno Road 
Blanken Jacob, engineer S. F. Pioneer 

Woolen Factory, r. ns. North Point, 

ur Larkin 
Blankenborn Chas., butcher with Dean & 

Sutherland, Spreen's First-av Exchange, 

S. S. F. 
Blankenborn W., saloon, 735 Broadway 
Blankenstein Henry, elk with D. Samuels, 

r. 609 Hayes 
Blankman Wm., dentist, 131 Montgomery 
Blausti^ld James, lab, r. 14 Baldwin crt 
Blapp Joe. servant with Henry Grimm, r. 

1015 Powell 
Blard Etieune, cook, r. 115 Morton 
Blaisdell Geo. E., bagmkr with Neville & 

Co., r. 1145 Mission 
Blasdell Sumner H., mate ship Frank N. 

Thayer 
Blasdell Lawrence B., jeweler, 640 Market, 

r. 564 Howard 
Blaser A., dressmkr, 32 Geary 
Blaser E. elk with Chas. Math^,r. 730 Bush 
Blasingame A. A., student Heald's Business 

College, r. 711 California 
Blasingame L. A., student Heald's Business 

College, r. 711 California 
Blasini Loret, barber with J. Chariot, r. 1018 

Washington 
Blass A. Green (Meyer Blass and Sam- 
uel S. Green) confectionery, 14 Second 
Blass & Grifiiu (Gaston Blass and M. G. 

Griffin) agts Bickford Family Knitting 

Machines and Mme. Demorest's Pat- 
terns, 113 Post 
Blass Gaston (Blass & Griffin) r. 44 Third 
Blass Henry, r. 20 Turk 
Blass John, cabinetmkr with S. F. Furni- 
ture Factory, r. 8 Boardman pi 
Blass John C, elk Recorder's office, r. 14 

Park av 
Blass Meyer (Blass & Green) r. 17 Hamp- 
ton pi 
Blass N. W. Mrs., r. 126 Fifth 
Blaszkower Mark, salesman with Ed. Cohn 

&; Co., 225 Montgomery 
Blath Siegmund, agt Patent Brick Co., sw. 

cor Commercial and Montgomery, r. 

1512 Mission 
Blattner John J., street contractor, r. 425 

Third 
Blattner Nicholas (McNally «k Blattner) r. 

228 Green 
Blattner Wm. J., salesman with Durner & 

Co.. r. 425 Third 
Blauer Albert, waiter with H. Hoesch, r. 6 

Quincy pi 
Blaun Wni., baker. Grand Central Hotel 
Blauvelt Richard D. jr., dpty recorder, r. 

34 Eddy 
Blaylock Wm. H., conductor Morket-st R. 

11., r. 351 ilinna, rear 
Blecher Wm., cook, r. sw. cor Solano and 

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Bleeker K., domestic, r. 828 Greenwich 

Blegan Nils G., carptr, r. 1826 Jessie 

Blehl Henrj', barber, r. 742 Market 

Bleibtrey Chas. (Ford & Bleibtrey) r. 64 
First 

Bleidorn Henry, candy mkr with M. Garland, 
r. 317 Bush 

Bleidorn Jiirgen, cabinetmkr S. F. Furn. 
Factory, r. 317 Bush 

Bleily Joseph, barber with Jacob Davis, r. 
815 Twentieth 

Blenar Michael, blacksmith, r. 731 Vallejo 

Blenian Eugene, seaman, r. 1212 Bryant 

Blekenhorn Chas., butcher with Dean, Suth- 
erland & Co., r. 1st nr R. R. av, S. S.F 

Blennerhassett John, shoemkr with Rosen- 
thal, Feder & Co., r. 141 Clara 

Blennerhassett Richard, shoemkr with Ros- 
enthal, Feder & Co., r. 22 Clara 

Blessing Fred, janitor Pacific Hall, r. Phila- 
delphia House 

Blessing J., patternmkr Miners' Foundry, r. 
Oakland 

Blessing Jeremiah, hostler with A. De 
Tavel, r. 811 Howard 

Blethen Chas. A., carptr, r. What Cheer 
House 

Blethen Clement P., master mariner, r. 1019 
Pine 

Blethen Eugene 0., salesman with Hol- 
brook, Merrill & Co., r.Inglewood House 

Blethen J. H. jr., master mariner, r. Ingle- 
wood House 

Blethen James H., asst wharfinger, r. Ingle- 
wood House 

Blethen T. G., stonecutter with Larseneur & 
Sheerin, r. 530 Mission 

Bley Abram, millinery and straw goods, 606 
Market, r. 1011 Mission 

Bley Oscar, molder, r. 148 Sixth 

Bliffens Thomas V., master mariner, r. 1919 
Polk 

Blilsy Joseph R., barber, r. 815 Twentieth 

Bhnckorn Joseph J., hostler Occidental 
Stables, r. se. cor Bush and Polk 

Blind Spring M. and M. Co. (Inyo Co. Cal.) 
R. H. Brown sec, 426 California, rm 5 

Blinn Chas. H., reporter Alta, r. 1527 Post